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Barry Coulter

Barry Coulter

I have been Editor of the Cranbrook Townsman since 1998.

Phone
250-426-5201 ext. 5605
Email
barry.coulter@cranbrooktownsman.com

Recent Work by Barry

Driver survives, but 3 passengers killed in single-car crash near Invermere

Driver survives, but 3 passengers killed in single-car crash near Invermere

RCMP say intoxication and speed were likely factors
RCMP catch suspect in B.C. swamp after high-speed chopper chase

RCMP catch suspect in B.C. swamp after high-speed chopper chase

A man suspected of several property crimes who fled at high speed from police was finally apprehended in a swamp near Creston
Sweeping avalanche warning issued for B.C., Alberta

Sweeping avalanche warning issued for B.C., Alberta

Special avalanche warning in effect until March 4; Avalanche Canada says human-triggered avalanches remain likely
Groundbreaking B.C. chemist Edith Rose still working for your health at 102

Groundbreaking B.C. chemist Edith Rose still working for your health at 102

Canada’s first female cereal chemist still volunteering at Cranbrook’s East Kootenay Regional Hospital
6-hour standoff ends with man arrested in Creston drug investigation

6-hour standoff ends with man arrested in Creston drug investigation

Suspect arrested after surrendering to police following a six-hour standoff at a residence
U.S. fugitive wanted for kidnapping, assault arrested in B.C.

U.S. fugitive wanted for kidnapping, assault arrested in B.C.

Cat colony with 14 feral felines at centre of controversy on B.C. college campus

Cat colony with 14 feral felines at centre of controversy on B.C. college campus

The feral cats have been at the College of the Rockies Cranbrook campus for a decade
BC Parks will not pursue proposed new campground at Christina Lake

BC Parks will not pursue proposed new campground at Christina Lake

A proposal to build an expanded provincial campground at Christina Lake has been kiboshed by BC Parks.
Award-winning country artist Corb Lund coming to Courtenay

Award-winning country artist Corb Lund coming to Courtenay

Corb Lund discusses Grand Ole Opry, his solo show, and the songs of his friends
One person sent to hospital after report of stabbing at Shambhala

One person sent to hospital after report of stabbing at Shambhala

RCMP are reporting a stabbing incident at the Shambhala Music Festival on Friday, July 22.
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