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Cherry Creek Ranch goes up for auction CA R OLYN G R AN T Daily Bulletin
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Cranbrook mountain biker Jason de Rijk is pictured riding through Cranbrook Community Forest. De Rijk is now in training for the six-day enduro Trans Savoie race in the French Alps, August 18 to 23. See the full story on Page 4.
In what will likely be the most expensive single-family property ever sold in this area, a private equestrian estate — Cherry Creek Estate Ranch — is being offered through an exclusive online auction service with an opening bid of “only” $1
million. The property has previously been listed for $7.5 million. The five bedroom, six and a half bath home on 320 acres is being auctioned through Interluxe, a company innovating the luxury real estate auction segment.
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Fire damages historic Cranbrook building Sally MacDonald Townsman Staff
A fire has damaged the historic Elko train station in Cranbrook. The fire started on the porch area of the building and spread to the attic and rear of the building before it could be extinguished. “Damage to the Elko station is considered minimal with some fire and smoke damage,”
said Chris Zettel, City of Cranbrook corporate communications officer. The fire broke out at about 12:20 a.m. on Wednesday, July 17. Cranbrook Fire and Emergency Services rushed to the scene with two engines and four firefighters, quickly followed by another 12 responders. Crews managed to
extinguish the fire quickly. “Cranbrook Fire and Emergency Services will be investigating the cause of the fire (Wednesday), in partnership with the CPR police and the RCMP,” said Zettel. The city said Wednesday afternoon that the cause of the fire has been deemed suspicious in nature
and RCMP are investigating. The Elko station is owned by the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel and is located at the former site of the museum, opposite the top of Baker Street. Built in 1901, the historic station was located at Elko, but the museum and Cranbrook Archives bought the building in 1987 and restored it.
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Emergency personnel inspect damage to the Elko train station, July 17.
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Work underway on new entrance for Cranbrook heritage building
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Renovations to the lobby of one of Cranbrook’s great heritage buildings — the Studio Stage Door — are underway. mayor and council at the time had the foresight to do. The City
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Theatre, whose board of directors act as stewards. “By enhancing the accessibility of the Cranbrook Community Theatre, this well-loved heritage facility can continue to be a cultural hub for local residents and visitors,” said David Wilks, Member of Parliament for Kootenay—Columbia, on behalf of the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification. “Investing in community facilities such as this theatre demonstrates our government’s commitment to supporting the longterm prosperity of communities across Canada by creating jobs and fostering economic growth.” The Studio lobby renovation is expected to be completed by late summer, early fall.
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grading of the washrooms, which would double the size and offer handicap and wheelchair accessibility. The addition of these bathrooms is the second phase of CCT’s accessibility project which started with the installation of stair glides in the fall of 2011. “Working on a heritage building has had a few challenges,” said Project Manager Peter Schalk. “But, after finding some surprises like a hidden ceiling and little to no insulation, bringing everything up to code will provide years of comfortable access in the building.” The work on the Studio lobby began in earnest on June 3. The project was awarded to local builder Leiman Homes, who is acting as the general contrac-
brook Community Theatre (CCT) is renovating and retrofitting the Studio lobby of the historic building. New windows, insulation, doors, and flooring are being installed, but the improvement most coveted is the up-
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Cherry Creek Estate Ranch goes up for auction Continued from page 1 “Online auction, which takes advantage of today’s extraordinary technology, is already a successful platform for rare artwork, luxury cars, and fine jewelry, and provides luxury homeowners with the unique opportunity to cost-effectively reach a global audience,” said Interluxe President Scott Kirk. “Homes that have global appeal benefit from the expanded marketplace an Interluxe online auction provides.” Auctions are often a better means of finding buyers for high-end real estate, Kirk explained. “Unlike traditional listings where local traffic is the driving factor, online auctions at-
A view of the Cherry Creek Estate Ranch gathering room. tract a select pool of qualified and highly interested bidders nationwide and beyond, and are gaining favour with sellers of luxury properties who are looking for ways to distinguish their property to a global audience.
Home sellers choose from multiple tiers of advertising and marketing services to ensure their property stands out to as many qualified buyers as possible.” Registration to bid is through www.inter-
luxe.com. The final price is set by market demand, and opening bids usually are offered at a tremendous value. The auction for Cherry Creek Estate Ranch opens next Saturday, July 27. So what will you get
for your $1 million-plus bid? “Cherry Creek Estate Ranch includes an impressive three-level main residence with a master suite that boasts 270-degree views of the Rocky and Purcell Mountains, a gourmet
kitchen with custom Bulthaup cabinets and Gaggenau appliances, as well as an indoor pool and sauna, reception hall, private office, home gym and billiard room. “The two-level main horse barn features 10
large horse stalls, a farrier room, horse shower bay, three technical rooms, and radiant heating. Another highlight of the estate is the large post-and-beam design collector’s barn that was hand-built by Bavarian master timber framers. This building also provides a guest or caretaker’s full apartment. Additional improvements include a manager’s home, calving barn, and an outdoor riding arena.” Not only does the auction process create an air of excitement, but Interluxe is providing a global audience through their intensive marketing and extensive database, says Matt Cameron of LandQuest Realty Corp., who is working through Interluxe in partnership with Irv Ridd of Cascadia Pacific Realty Ltd.
RCMP seek witnesses to Hwy 3A motorcycle collision S u b m i tt e d
The Creston RCMP are continuing their investigation into a single motorcycle collision that left the driver and passenger seriously injured when it left the road on Hwy 3A Saturday afternoon on July 6, 2013. At approximately 2 p.m. PST, July 6, 2013, members of the Creston RCMP, BC Ambulance Service and the
Car stolen from Kal Tire in Cranbrook Townsman Staff
RCMP are seeking information on a car stolen from Kal Tire in Cranbrook. A 2007 white Dodge Caliber was taken from Kal Tire, 1396 Theatre Road, Cranbrook. The vehicle has a B.C. license plate, 188SDG. Crime Stoppers pays cash for information leading to the arrest of any car thief. If you have information on any vehicle theft, call the RCMP at 250427-4811 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Creston Fire Department attended to a report of a collision involving a single vehicle in the 9000 block of Highway 3A on the east shore of Kootenay Lake, approximately 40 kilometres north of Creston.
A black 2004 Harley Davidson Classic motorcycle with a driver and passenger proceeded off road, to the right, and struck a cement barricade on a sharp corner. Both the driver and passenger were ejected from the
motorcycle and suffered significant injuries. The driver, a male from Salmo, and the passenger, a female from Ymir, were transported by ground ambulance to the Creston Valley Hospital and
Thank You We cannot begin to name all of the people we need to thank on behalf of the Zeke Fantuz Family. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude and a special thank you to the RCMP, especially Corporal Pat Prefontaine,(and his family), the RCMP Dive Team. All the SAR’s teams from all over the area, and especially their coordinator Peter Reid (and Wendy), as well as Greg Bedwell and the Swift Water Dive Teams. Clay Wilson, of Bighorn Helicopters. Thank you to Van Horne Towing. Thank you to BC Hydro, especially to Bill Hermann and Frank Rad. Thank you to Brian Clarkson, and the staff at Cranbrook Photo for their generous hearts and gifts. Thank you to Len Wright. Thank you to Jolene Gorrie for providing her time and effort at the Command Centre and being on First Aid standby. A special thank you to Bill Bennett for his assurance that Zeke will never be forgotten in legislature. Thanks to the Fernie Rod and Gun Club and the Guide Outfitters of BC for all their support. Brenda Downie for her special care of our son once he was recovered from the river. Thank you to the LDS Church in Jaffray, and the Relief Society Women for helping us in our time of need. Thank you to McPherson’s Funeral Home. Thank you to Garfield and Phyllis Johnson. Thank you to our fine communities, there is no better place to live. Thank you for the use of the Jaffray Community Hall for days on end. Words cannot express our gratitude and to all the people who dropped off items. To all our local businesses, local kayakers, our friends, our families, people who didn’t even know us before this; who gave their support, for people who searched tirelessly, people who prepared food, to the people who put their hearts and souls into helping us bring Zeke home. Thank you to each and every person who sent us cards, left us cards and gifts, gave or will donate to Zeke’s Trust to ensure a lasting legacy. Thank you to all the people who gave their time, gave their prayers, and gave us amazing support. We don’t want to miss anyone, we hope we haven’t, and apologize if we did. So to YOU. All of you, you know who you are; whatever it was, anything you did; everything you did… it made a difference to us. We are, and will always be, eternally grateful. And, last but not least, thank you Uncle Bill.
were both later airlifted to Foothills Hospital in Calgary. The driver suffered serious injuries and the passenger suffered critical injuries. The pair remain in hospital in Calgary, however are in stable condition.
The Creston RCMP, with the assistance of the Integrated Collision Analyst and Reconstruction Section, continue to investigate. Members of the Creston RCMP believe that there be witnesses to the crash or to the
driving patterns of the above noted motorcycle, who may not have spoken to investigators. As such, the Creston RCMP is asking that anyone who may have witnessed this incident, contact the Creston RCMP at 250-428-9313.
The Cranbrook Garden Club’s 17th Annual Open Garden day July 7th 2013 was a successful event thanks to the efforts and support of many. SpeCIal thanKS tO:
Our Garden hosts: Cathryn Henley & Neil Kraft, Karen & Dale Fletcher, Rick & Brenda Metheral, Margaret & Robert Parnell, Katy & Don Fedorchuk, Janina Czerniecki & Gord Hillier, Kamla Maraj and the Cranbrook Public Produce Garden. Our Garden artisans & the Folks that purchased a ticket to this event! We also appreciate the support from other Garden Clubs in the Kootenays.
Sponsors & Supporters: Top Crop Garden, Farm & Pet; Lotus Books; Columbia Copiers & Laurie Lind; Shaw Cable, Daily Townsman; Columbia Kootenay Broadcasting Ltd “The Drive & B104”; Christ Church Anglican; East Kootenay News Online E-Know; East Kootenay SNAP; Coffee News plus the numerous local businesses that displayed our posters & promoted our event via bulletin boards, calendars, newsletters and websites! The Cranbrook Open Garden Day committee would also like to recognize our Garden Club members who volunteered their time to make this event such a success which ultimately enables our Club to support a variety of beautification projects in our community each year!
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Committee to take on that ton of bricks Council looks to Wellness and Heritage Committee for recommendations on old Water and Electrical Building
Arne Petryshen Townsman Staff
The fate of the brick garage behind city hall is still up in the air, with strong feelings on council for keeping it and for demolishing it. On Monday, council was presented with a petition signed by 200 people at Saturday’s Cranbrook Farmer’s Market asking for help in preserving the building. Resident Ken Haberman forwarded the petition along with a letter stating that the group is in support of keeping the building. Haberman and Rob Amsing were in council back in June as a delegation hoping to stall the city’s destruction of the building and show that there is interest in preserving it. “Many people believe that the Cranbrook City’s Water and Electrical Building is worth preserving, and if revitalized, will enhance downtown Cranbrook,” Haberman wrote.
Dave Humphrey also wrote a letter asking about a heritage registry. This prompted Roy Hales, who was acting CAO for the meeting, to explain how the current heritage bylaw works. “The city has a bylaw that designates municipal properties as municipal heritage properties,” Hales said. “There is a list of nine or so properties – including city hall and the rest of its property – in which the building out back that we talk so much about is located.” To make changes to a registered property, the owner has to get a permit from council. There was also a heritage registry created in 2003, but Hales said that through a nomination process there have not been any buildings on the list. “Nothing came forward to council,” Hales said. “We have this register in title, but with nothing on it.”
He said the federal and provincial governments have their own criteria, and the city should have a community heritage register that closely follows that. The city doesn’t have anyone on staff that has the qualifications or time to do an assessment of the properties that meet the criteria. Mayor Wayne Stetski suggested council get the Wellness and Heritage Committee to respond with recommendations on the options available. Coun. Angus Davis took a disapproving stance on those who want the building gone. “If someone’s been in favour of demolishing this then they have no love of history or the value of old buildings,” Davis said, noting what the Baker Hill Heritage Association was able to do, which was to make sure that buildings in that area that meet heritage values conformed
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The old Water and Electrical Building behind Cranbrook City Hall to a heritage style. Coun. Gerry Warner said that the pursuit of heritage designations come and go. “I can remember well when the Baker Hill her-
itage association was one of the most active groups in town,” Warner said, adding that he thought they had accomplished what they wanted and so had
cooled down. “Now we have interest from a different group, again heritage interest, that is concentrating on a different part of our city.” Warner said this new
group is continuing on a successful advocacy for heritage in the city. Council voted to ask the Wellness and Heritage Committee for recommendations.
Local mountain biker off to France Cranbrook’s Jason de Rijk to compete in Trans Savoie race through the French Alps in August
Sally MacDonald Townsman Staff
A Cranbrook mountain bike rider is heading to France next month to take part in a six-day endurance race through the French Alps. Jason de Rijk, who owns Sidekick Stickers, has been a keen mountain bike rider since before he moved to Cranbrook from Lethbridge five years ago. “We have a great little nook here in the East Kootenay,” he said. “There is a lot of great stuff around here that we are lucky to have all to ourselves.” Having competed
and placed in mountain bike competitions around western Canada and the U.S., de Rijk is now setting his sights on conquering a new series of mountains: the French Alps. “We live in the Rockies which are extremely beautiful, and I’ve always had the desire to go to somewhere that’s like it,” he said. “The biking is going to be sweet, and I’ve always wanted to see the Alps. Taking my bike along in a race is just a bonus.” Held from August 18 to 23, the Trans Savoie is a rally-style race where
only the downhill sections are timed. The course begins in Val D’Isere, France, and passes through 13 villages to its conclusion in Chamonix. But between the villages, the route stays in the mountains on single track, de Rijk explains. “There are no roads, there are no quad trails,” he said. “It’s pristine, beautiful, meant for bikes, meant for hiking, there certainly isn’t any motorized use. It’s going to be beautiful. “I’m getting excited! My palms are sweating.” Each of the six days consists of four or five
Fire Hall Fountain Opening & Public Open House The public is invited to take in a tour of the Cranbrook Fire Hall on Friday July 19 from 3 to 5pm. At 3pm Mayor and Council, members of Cranbrook Fire and Emergency Services and members of Public Works will pause to officially mark the completion of the Fire Hall Landscaping and Fountain project at the front of the fire hall. Following, there will be a public open house of the Fire Hall, with tours of the fire trucks, the building and other firefighting equipment. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you have questions or need more information please call the Fire Hall at 250-426-2325.
timed stages as the riders rocket downhill, around 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) each day. The uphill sections – about 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) a day – are not timed, and in many cases riders can use existing ski facilities to reach the mountain tops. “A lot of the uphills are covered by chair lifts or trams or gondolas. They might even truck you for portions of the uphill,” said de Rijk. To help him achieve his dream, de Rijk has put together a fundraiser raffle. Thanks to supporters such as Cranbrook Dodge, Favorit Cycle and Ski, High Country Sports, Max’s Place, Tim Hortons, Canadian Rockies International Airport, Giant and Gore Bike Wear, more than $1,000 in prizes are going to be raffled off. Prizes include a Giant Via town bike, Briko biking shades, a Tassimo home brewer, and a High Country gift certificate. Tickets are $10 each and available at Favorit Cycle and Ski, High Country, Max’s Place and Sidekick Stickers. De Rijk said Cranbrook Dodge and a local dentist who doesn’t want to be identified have both chipped in to support him in the competition.
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Members of Cranbrook City Council presented Cranbrook Bugle Band Director Crystal Stevely Muir with a grant-in-aid cheque of $9,300 on Wednesday afternoon in Council Chambers. Left to right: Councillor Denise Pallesen; Councillor Sharon Cross; Mayor Wayne Stetski; Crystal Stevely Muir, Cranbrook Bugle Band Director; Councillor Gerry Warner.
MLA says cabinet minister open to allowing deer hazing C AROLYN GR ANT Daily Bulletin
The conversation about the issue of urban deer in B.C. communities is widespread, from neighbours on the street corner to the higher echelons of the provincial government. Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald recently had a meeting with Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson. The subject was deer hazing and Kimberley’s one-day trial at the end of May. Deer hazing, in which trained dogs are used to “herd” the deer out of town, is currently prohibited under provincial law. But following the experiment in Kim-
berley, which by all accounts was successful, Macdonald believes there could be some momentum into having that law changed to allow more deer hazing. “The Minister said he was open to the idea and looking into it,” Macdonald said. “He said he thought it was a good idea. He has staff working on it.” If it does involve a legislative change to the Wildlife Act to allow for dogs to chase deer, Macdonald said it would only be a small change and therefore quite easily made. “It could be done for the next session but that’s for Legislative Management to decide. We are scheduled to sit in the fall but there’s an expectation we may
not, given past history. But even if we don’t sit until next winter, there’s still time.” The Minister did not make a commitment and Macdonald says these conversations are quite casual, but he felt encouraged. “There has been a resistance to changing the Act somewhere in the bureaucracy in the past,” he said. “But the Minister does get final say and his response indicates an openness. That’s encouraging.” In a letter to Macdonald, Minister Thomson made no commitment but did say: “The provincial government supports communities taking creative approaches to managing urban deer and other wildlife.”
Gordon Terrace has new vice-principal Submitted
The School District 5 (SD5) Board of Education recently appointed Kaley Wasylowich as temporary vice-principal at Gordon Terrace Elementary School. Born in Edmonton, Wasylowich attended the University of Alberta. Moving to the East Kootenay to begin her career in education, she has spent the past 21 years with SD5. Wasylowich previously taught Grades 7, 8 and 9 Band at Parkland Middle School. During her time at Parkland, Wasylowich involved her students in Festival competitions in Red Deer, Penticton, San Francisco and Magic Music Days in Disneyland.
“I’ve enjoyed every moment at Parkland,” Wasylowich said. “My students have been such an appreciative, responsible and fun group. My Grade 7s ranked the second highest in their category at the Festival of Bands Competition in Red Deer, and I took the biggest group ever – 100 students – to perform at Magic Music Days in Disneyland this June. It’s going to be difficult to leave them.” Wasylowich says that while she’ll miss her “big” kids tremendously, she’s excited to get back to working with the little guys. SD5 Board Chair, Frank Lento, says Wasylowich will make music wherever she goes. “Kaley has a great tal-
ent for motivating others to want to do their best. Her enthusiasm and leadership will be a great asset to Gordon Terrace. Wasylowich has also
been a pianist for the Symphony of the Kootenays and accompanied the Mount Baker Secondary School Vocal Jazz Ensemble and Concert Choir.
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A satisfying flight of fancy I had a nerve-wracking couple of days toward the end of this week because this novel took me longer than a week to read. Normally Sunday afternoon rolls along and I am starting on the next book, but this past Sunday morning I was only two thirds of the way through the novel. And I spent Sunday preparing for a barbecue with friends so I didn’t have time to read at all. It took a couple of evenings of dedicated reading and late nights reading by bedside light to finish this novel. It’s not that it was a hard read; it was just longer than I realized going in. That’s one of the problems with a Kindle — you can’t immediately see and feel how long a book is. Now I need to choose a quick read to make up for lost time. Hmm, what to choose? A Nicholas Sparks? I kid: his novels are overly long, and I’m not a fan. The last one I read, “Safe Haven” seemed to be full of words for their own sake, rather than advancing plot or character. There were a couple of pages where Sparks described two people setting a table for lunch. Maybe I missed the sexual tension that was supposed to charge their actions. *** This week’s novel is “Life
Sally Macdonald After Life” by Kate Atkinson. If you could see the future and you were in the prime of your life in Europe in the 1930s, what would you do? Think on that one a little and “assassinate Hitler” might come to mind. Indeed, that’s just how this novel opens, with the female British protagonist shooting Hitler in a cafe, then she is shot herself. The novel then doubles back on itself (oh boy, does it ever) to explore the story that led to this point. The premise of “Life After Life”, by British author Kate Atkinson who already has four bestsellers under her belt, is that Ursula is endlessly reincarnated as herself, time after time, with each life eerily similar to the last but different in momentous ways. She is born in a snowstorm
in 1910, and in her first life she dies without taking a breath, strangled by the umbilical cord. She starts again, survives, and lives to five years old, when she drowns. And so on. Yet Ursula Todd is not aware that this is what’s happening to her; at first she has just a strange sense of deja vu, feeling like she has seen things before. It develops to an inexplicable sense of impending doom that she must prevent, and with each life her understanding of what is happening to her deepens. Finally, she sees all and knows what she has to do. Ursula lives through the grimmest times in 20th century history, in London during the
air raids, in Berlin as it falls to the Soviets, sometimes making it through the war, more often dying in tragic circumstances. But for all this history, the novel is intensely personal. It’s about how Ursula fairs during the wars, how her family and friends cope. It’s incredibly satisfying to read, because just as soon as a favourite character is killed off, Ursula is reincarnated and given a chance to save them. When it boils down to it, while Ursula is a self-declared patriot, her actions are to protect her idyllic childhood home and her dear family, as much as out of a broader sense of cosmic duty. I wished that Atkinson had explored more deeply how the world would be different if Hitler had not become the Fuhrer. But that is a pretty big ask, and I should have known by the end that this was not her intent. I’ve watched the movie “Groundhog Day”, and of course the comparison is legitimate. But I found “Groundhog Day” just extremely banal and frustrating. “Life After Life” is just the opposite: it celebrates the ordinary as beautiful, and lets you appreciate every character for as long as they are part of Ursula’s story.
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Now that our Premier Christy Clark has secured a seat in Victoria, it seems a good time to acknowledge the achievements of our M.L.A., the Honorable Bill Bennett, in winning yet another election victory and on being appointed Minister of Energy & Mines as well as Chairman of the Core
Review Board. Congratulations and best wishes to Mr. Bennett; he is going to be very busy for the next year or two and time spent in the East Kootenay will be limited. While I am sure that all MLAs enjoy delivering specific benefits to their own ridings, we should bear in mind that they have much larger issues to deal with; all
MLAs — and particularly cabinet ministers — have responsibility for the whole of B.C. and, sometimes, their decisions will not sit well with the folks back home. C’est la vie! Bud Abbott Cranbrook
What’s up around Cranbrook We’re heading into the middle of sum- provements can be identified prior to fimer and I thought that you might be inter- nalization. The current bylaw is 26 years ested in getting an update on what’s hap- old. Under the Municipal Act there is no requirement for the city to seek input from pening … stakeholders – we do it because we believe Engineering/Roads It is always challenging for staff and it is the right way to do business. Council to decide on where our annual Corporate Communications budget of $3,000,000 will be invested, as We are working on revamping both the there are so many streets needing imCity and Western Financial Place websites provement. The focus this year is on: • Continuing the work on 14th Ave., and hope to target a public launch in September. from 13th Street to 17th Street Six more citizens were recognized with • Completing the frontage road from Kootenay Granite to the new Denham Commemorative Banners which are now Ford building along Hwy 3. These new hanging along Hwy 3, bringing to 29 the number of individuals or buildings are great addigroups from Cranbrook tions to our city! who have received national • Building a retaining recognition and are celewall and improving the inbrated along the Highway. tersection at the corner of We are blessed with an 11th Street South and Wayne amazing number of talentHurry Ave. in Slaterville Stetski ed citizens! • Rebuilding the road Human Resources surface on Kootenay Street On May 27 Council approved a new five from 18A Ave. North to Victoria Ave. (from year labour agreement between the City Realm to Fas Gas) We are also working on resolving some and our amazing CUPE workers. This drainage issues at 11th Street South and agreement covers from 2012 to 2017 and Innes Ave., 7th St. NW and Cranbrook ensures that the daily services so highly Street, and in the alley behind Baker Street valued by Cranbrook’s citizens will be provided uninterrupted. and the Green Clinic. In order to ensure effective and timely Unfortunately that will use up the availdelivery of services the City has recruited able dollars for this year. Staff are working on a very exciting plan 11 full-time positions including: Director of Fire and Emergency Serfor 2nd Street South from Hwy 3 to 7th Ave. and then on to 14th Ave. commencing in vices, Construction Compliance Technol2014. This is the “Welcome to Cranbrook” ogist, Municipal Engineer, Director of Fientrance for people coming from the west. nance, Financial Services Manager, Event The conceptual design includes trees, and Marketing Manager, and a Corporate sidewalks with pedestrian benches, an at- Energy Manager (shared 50:50 with BC tractive median and round-a-bouts. Stay Hydro). tuned as you will be asked for your input, Fire Services particularly if your property abuts 2nd In addition to providing fire and first Street South. response services to keep our citizens safe our Fire and Emergency Services DepartWastewater System The reclaimed wastewater being used ment: • Completed the fountain/landscaping to irrigate the city’s spray irrigation lands is now being disinfected using ultra-violet project at the Fire Hall with Public Works assistance. The community is invited to rays. Cattle grazing on spray irrigation lands celebrate the project with a barbeque and are now being provided with fresh drink- tours of the Fire Hall on 2nd Street South ing water. While not required under any on Friday, July 19, from 3 – 5 p.m. • Held the annual Sam Steele Fishing Federal or Provincial regulations the City Derby with 150 kids participating. initiated this as a good thing to do. • Participated in the Relay for Life and held a Mother’s Day Car Wash raising Building Bylaw At the July 15 Council meeting, a new $1370 for cancer research. bylaw, two years in the making, received Leisure Services first and second reading. A final round of • Dwight Yoakam has been booked for a discussions is being held with developers and the Chamber to see if additional im- September 19 concert and tickets are now
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on sale. • Organized the Canada Day events, which concluded with a spectacular fireworks display thanks to Gord Felske’s fundraising and the generous donations from many businesses and individuals. • The new tennis and pickle ball courts were completed at Mt. Baker School and are open for use. Try them out — they are exceptional! • Planning is underway to complete the trail that will link Rotary Way to the North Star Rails to Trails. Once completed later this fall you will be able to cycle from downtown Cranbrook to downtown Kimberley, all on designated hard surface trails! • The new Bike Skills park located next to the Skateboard Park is in use thanks largely to the efforts of dedicated volunteers. This is a great addition that encourages a healthy community. Public Works These are the staff that keep our city looking great on a day-to-day basis, and includes 15 summer students. In addition to mowing grass, hanging baskets, planting trees (e.g. Kinsmen Park) and dealing with infrastructure the crew have: • Completed constructing a ramp to provide access to the RCMP building for those in wheelchairs (long overdue) • Installed the Overhead Crosswalk Lights at Victoria and 4th Street North (near Save On Foods) which is a real improvement for pedestrian safety. • Completed the information kiosk as part of the improvements to the Elizabeth Lake entrance to Cranbrook. Watch for an official opening to this greatly improved site in September. These are just a few of the initiatives that have been completed or are underway so far this year and it’s only mid-July! Feel free to drop by city hall for a chat, come to Coffee with the Mayor at A & W or drop by the city booth at the Farmer’s Market on August 10, attend the next Council meeting on August 12 or drop by Council Chambers on August 14 for the Brown Bag Lunch. Stay safe and enjoy the rest of summer 2013! Mayor Wayne Stetski Cranbrook The opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the City of Cranbrook.
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Play and Learn Parenting/Literacy Program – 8 week registered program for parents with preschool children with a facilitated play and activity component for children. Kimberley Early Learning Centre Kim 250-427-4468. Cranbrook’s Bibles for Missions Thrift Store thanks you for your support. 824 Kootenay St. N. Open 10-5, Tues-Sat. A great place to save or volunteer. Mark Creek Lions “Meet and Greet” the 1st and 3rd Wednesday, from 6:00-6:30 pm. Dinner to follow at Western Lodge. FMI: 250-427-5612 or 427-7496. Open Art Exhibition; August 3rd to August 31st, Tues-Fri: 11-5pm Saturday 10-2pm at CDAC Artrageous Gallery, 104 135 10th Ave S Cranbrook. An opportunity for artists to showcase their works without the restrictions of a theme! Entry is FREE. Artists interested in exhibiting have until July 30th to register. 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Nathan Horton has surgery to repair injured shoulder COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton has undergone surgery to repair a shoulder injury suffered during the Stanley Cup finals, general manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced on Wednesday. The surgery was performed by Dr. Jon Warner at the Boston Shoulder Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital. Horton signed a seven-year, $37.1-million contract with the Blue Jackets on July 5. He has 198 goals and 204 assists for 402 points with 543 penalty minutes in 591 career NHL games with the Florida Panthers and Boston Bruins. This past season, he had 13 goals and nine assists in 43 games with the Bruins before picking up seven goals and 12 assists in 22 Stanley Cup Playoff games. Associated Press
Citing social unrest, FIFA president says Brazil may be wrong choice for World Cup
GOING, Austria - FIFA President Sepp Blatter says Brazil might have been the wrong choice as host of the 2014 World Cup if the tournament is affected by similar social protests as at last month’s Confederations Cup. Blatter told German press agency DPA that “if this happens again we have to question whether we made the wrong decision awarding the hosting rights.” Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians took to the streets during the warm-up tournament in June, demanding better public services and expressing their anger over the costs to stage the World Cup. Associated Press
Manchester United rejects Chelsea’s bid for striker Wayne Rooney
LONDON - Chelsea’s audacious bid to sign striker Wayne Rooney from Manchester United has been rejected by the Premier League champions. The 27-year-old Rooney has been pushing for a move since expressing his frustration to the club about his lack of playing time towards the end of last season. But both Alex Ferguson and David Moyes, who succeeded his fellow Scot as manager in May, have insisted Rooney is not for sale since he has two years left on his contract. Despite those public statements, Chelsea has maintained its pursuit of the England striker, culminating in a formal bid submitted to its Premier League rival. Associated Press
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Rocky Mountain Bandits catcher Greg Wimmer confers with his pitcher in a timeout during a game against the Cranbrook Senior Men’s team at Confederation Park on Wednesday night.
Bandits tune up for weekend home set TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor
The Rocky Mountain Bandits learned some lessons in a 14-7 loss to the Cranbrook Senior Men’s team on Wednesday night at Confederation Park. Namely how costly errors can be. But it’s better to learn a few things against some older veterans and work out any problems before heading into their final home set against the Whitefish Glacier B
team this Saturday afternoon. The senior men’s team, the White Sox, jumped up to a 4-1 lead after two innings, and scoring another three runs soon after. “It was better than it usually is, at the beginning of the game anyway,” said pitcher Devon Marra. “Then we let those three runs in on that one error and that kind of brought everyone down and it was just a mood-killer.” A few missed catch-
es in the outfield, along with some troubles on the pitching mound, translated into a 14-3 lead for the White Sox after five innings. However, the Bandits started working their bats in the sixth inning, and along with
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a costly error by the White Sox and some nifty base-stealing from Brandon Ouillette, the Bandits managed to do some damage and chip away at the deficit to end the game at 14-7. “When they put Jordan Torgerson up on the mound, he wasn’t throwing very many strikes and we were getting a little more excited, like ‘Hey, we have a chance at this,’” said Marra. “We just went out and played.” The Bandits will stay
home this weekend and take on the Glacier B team, a squad they’ve faced a few times this season, with mixed results. “Their starting pitcher, he pitches against us a lot and we know he’s not very confident,” said Marra. “So we should jump on that and get some good solid hits.” Confederation Park will host both of the double-header games on Saturday, which kick off at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
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JulyFest to feature roller derby bout Tre vor Cr awley Sports Editor
Though JulyFest will have the usual bocce and soccer tournaments going on, there will be a new, but familiar, event that will make it’s debut in the Kimberley Civic Centre on Friday night. The roller derby girls will hit the concrete inside the arena at 7 p.m., marking the first time that such an event will be featured in JulyFest. Tickets for the derby are only available at the Civic Centre doors. The Kimberley derby team, the Bavarian Barbarians, will be playing a squad made up of other teams in the East Kootenay Roller Derby League. As with every derby event, this one has a unique title, as the girls have christened it the Invasion of the Bocce Snatchers. The girls will be divided into two teams as the Belles of the Balls take on the Meanie Pachinis. The Barbarians are hoping to make it an an-
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nual event, as it runs right smack in the middle of the EKRDL season. If you miss the bout, the derby girls will be in the JulyFest parade on Saturday, and will be volunteering around Kimberley for the weekend. Pamela Currie, who goes by the moniker Demolition Dolly when she’s out on the derby track, is encouraged by all the support for derby when the team is out and about in the community, referring to a car wash the team did a few weeks ago. “For us, it was pretty phenomenal,” Currie said. “It was steady the whole day and it was really great for people to see us outside of derby, outside of the rink. There was a lot of community support.” Submitted photo
The derby girls are ready to put on a show at the Kimberley Civic Centre on Friday night.
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Rule changes have not reduced concussions rates in NHL Helen Br answell Canadian Press
TORONTO - A recent NHL rule change designed to cut down on the number of concussions in the league hasn’t made a difference, a new study suggests. The research suggests the rule, which outlawed bodychecks aimed at the head and checking from a player’s blind side, has not led to lower concussion rates among pro hockey players since it came into force in the 201011 season. The senior author of the work said the league should take another crack at the rule change, noting that as it
stands the wording is too subjective and gives referees leeway not to enforce it. “If player safety is the prime priority of the NHL in bringing this kind of rule in ... then they need to relook at this in a very serious way and adjust things,” said Dr. Michael Cusimano, a neurosurgeon who heads the injury prevention research unit at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital. “If it isn’t a priority, I could see them just leaving things the way they are and it’s kind of a Band-Aid response to a major problem.” The NHL did not respond Wednesday to a
request for comment on the article. And the NHL Players’ Association declined to comment because it hadn’t had a chance to review the study. But another concussion expert applauded the work, saying Cusimano and his team had performed a service by exploring the impact of the rule change. Dr. Charles Tator, a brain surgeon with Toronto Western Hospital, said the change’s lack of impact has an effect not just in the arenas of the National Hockey League, but on rinks where kids who dream of making it to the NHL some day emulate their professional
heroes. “Professional hockey is still a bad influence on the amateurs,” said Tator, who is project leader for the Canadian Sports Concussion Project at the Krembil Neuroscience Centre.
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GULLANE - The practice round schedule posted each day at Muirfield is not the only way to determine how players are getting ready for the British Open. Johnson Wagner’s name was on the tee sheet at St. Andrews over the weekend.
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The analysis also showed that the type of hits outlawed by the NHL rule weren’t actually the major cause of concussions. About 28 per cent of interactions produced a concussion also generated a penalty call, said Cusimano. In that 28 per cent, the bulk of the penalties were for fighting. “And blindsiding, which was what the rule was initially was written about, was only 4.1 per cent of all those.... But four per cent of 28 per cent is a very small number.” “I wasn’t totally surprised, but I was disappointed that we weren’t able to show a difference,” Cusimano said. “Part of it’s the way the rule’s written. Part of it’s the way the rule is enforced. Part of it’s the penalties associated with the rule. And part of it is that concussions are also coming from other causes like fight-
ing, that is still allowed.” The way the NHL rule is worded gives referees outs to avoid levying penalties for some of the hits, for instance in cases where players are deemed to have put themselves in a vulnerable position. “So it’s like his fault, because he put himself into a vulnerable position. And this highlights one of the major problems in sport and particularly in hockey these days. We victimize the victim even more, rather than looking at the game and the system and saying: ‘What can we do to reduce these injuries?”’ Cusimano said. He suggested that if the league wants to get serious about protecting players, it has to raise the cost of concussion-inducing hits, both on the player who inflicts the injury, and on the team which sent him out to do it.
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others from media reports. The information was gathered for both the NHL and the Ontario Hockey League, which has stricter rules on checks to the head than the NHL does. The OHL rule penalizes any hit to the head of another player, intentional or unintentional. The data showed that there was no statistical significance in the incidence of concussions in the NHL in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons compared to the 2009-10 season. That latter was the year before the NHL rule change went into effect. The researchers estimated there were about 5.23 concussions per 100 games in the NHL regular season. Despite its stiffer rule, the OHL didn’t have markedly different concussion rates, clocking 5.05 per 100 games in the regular season.
players to take off from their regular tours a week before a major to prepare. What’s different about the British Open isn’t everything? - is that preparations aren’t limited to the course they will be playing. “You can prepare for the U.S. Open on the range,” Ogilvy said Wednesday. “But you can only prepare for The Open on the course. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be the course you’re playing. The seaside courses here, they’re the only courses with turf like this, with sand like this. There’s something different about the seaside wind in Scotland. ... You can fly to Shanghai or Abu Dhabi and work on what you need at home. But you can’t work on what you need at home until you get here.” Tiger Woods, a threetime Open champion, arrived Sunday morning and has played nine holes a day. There was a time he would leave home a week early and head to Ireland with Mark O’Meara and David Duval, both former Open champions, and play the links courses there. Woods loves to recall his first experience with links golf in 1995 as the U.S. Amateur champion. He played the Scottish
Open at Carnoustie, and then drove down the North Sea shoreline to St. Andrews for the British Open. “I absolutely fell in love with it, to be able to dink a 5-iron from 150 yards and bump it on the ground, or vice versa have 260 out and hit a 4-iron and it bounces over the green. That, to me, is pretty neat. Because we play everywhere around the world - an airborne game where you have to hit the ball straight up in the air and make it stop. Here it’s different. A draw will go one distance, a fade will go another, and they’re so dramatic. And I just absolutely love it.” True, adjusting to links golf can just as easily take place at Muirfield, where the British Open starts Thursday. Defending champion Ernie Els came down from Castle Stuart and has stayed at Muirfield, wrapping up his final practice round Wednesday just after 6 p.m. The forecast is dry for the week, with perhaps some mist on the weekend. Even though officials had the course just the way they wanted it early in the week, they have turned on a few sprinklers in the evening to keep it from getting overcooked.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Jaffray’s Dean Brody scores five CCMA nominations
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Adrian Lee Canadian Press
TORONTO — With seven nominations, Gord Bamford has taken the early lead at this year’s Canadian Country Music Association awards. The nominations were announced Wednesday, and for a second straight year, Bamford will go toe-totoe with Nova Scotia-based Dean Brody, who has five nominations of his own. For 37-year-old Gord Bamford, who has taken home hardware four of the last five years, this is certainly not old hat. “No, it never gets boring — it gets a little nerve-racking,’’ says the Alberta singer, up for categories including album of the year, songwriter of the year and the fans’ choice award. “The Canadian music industry is so great, the country music industry is so competitive with so many great new bands, you’ve always got to be at the top of your game, and hopefully it pans out.’’ Brody and Bamford are just a few of the 130 artists and groups up for the Canadian country music industry’s most vaunted prizes, including veteran songbird Michelle Wright for female artist of the year, platinum recording artist Terri Clark for video of the year and Scotland-born Johnny Reid for fans’ choice. “(Canadian country music) is stronger than ever,’’ says Bamford. “People should start paying a little more attention, because we’ve got such a great industry here, and such a great opportunity to play music.’’ Among the first-time nominees feeding the industry-wide competition Bamford sees is Autumn Hill, one of 29 other artists or groups making their CCMA debut. The band, composed of Calgary’s Tareya Green and Toronto’s Mike Robins, could barely contain laughter and wide smiles about being nominated for the rising star award. “It’s kind of the top, just to be in the company of such amazing artists,’’ says Green. “(Robins) was saying earlier,
Alex Colville’s “To Prince Edward Island”, 1965
Alex Colville’s work spoke universal language, Nova Scotia gallery curator says Dean Brody, originally from Jaffray, is being recognized at the Canadian Country Music Association awards. being accepted into the group and fabric of country music, it’s incredible.’’ “We’re on a 10 right now,’’ added Robins. Autumn Hill were also announced as one of the performers for the show, which airs on Sept. 28. The pair will join Grammy-nominated Tennessee troupe the Band Perry and circuit veterans Emerson Drive, among other performers yet to be revealed. For their part, Emerson Drive members are more philosophical about the honour. “Obviously to get nominations helps your career, winning helps your career, we’ve been
fortunate we’ve won a few,’’ says lead singer Brad Manes. “We’re a road band though — it doesn’t matter whether we win or lose, we’re back on the road playing for fans who have supported our career from day one.’’ The CCMAs, which will conclude Country Music Week, will be held at Rexall Place in Edmonton — not far from the floods that devastated huge swaths of the area around Calgary. Green, born and raised in Calgary, says her brother Sean has been volunteering to help in High River. The band has teamed up with the Red Cross to
raise funds for recovery efforts at shows this summer. “I think (Country Music Week) would just infuse any sort of energy or sense of community — any positivity helps with everyone’s spirit,’’ she said. “It’s incredible to see them all come together and rebuilding the city.’’ “Albertans will really come together ... it’s definitely a tragedy,’’ Bamford says. “That’s what we do as Canadians, we help each other out.’’ The ceremony will be broadcast on CBCTV at 8 p.m. ET with encore performances later that night on Country Music Television.
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cused on routine moments in life. Fillmore, whose gallery features some of Colville’s work, says the incredible response to his death from artists across the spectrum including sculptors and jewellers speaks to the high esteem in which he was held. Colville died Tuesday in Wolfville, N.S. He was 92.
Justin Timberlake up for six MTV VMA awards ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK — The man in the suit and tie and the duo who buys clothes at thrift shops are the leaders at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards. MTV announced Wednesday that Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have six nominations each.
Timberlake’s “Mirrors,’’ Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop’’ and Mars’ “Locked Out of Heaven’’ will battle Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines’’ and Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble’’ for video of the year. The VMAs will air live Aug. 25 from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
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Rolling Stone takes heat for cover featuring Boston bomb suspect Tsarnaev Associated Press
BOSTON — A Rolling Stone cover story on Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev isn’t on the stands yet but it’s already generating controversy, with at least two retailers announcing Wednesday that they will not carry the issue. The cover of the magazine’s Aug. 1 edition is a photo in which Tsarnaev looks more like one of the rock stars that usually grace it than a suspect in the April 15 bombings at the marathon finish line that killed three and wounded more than 260. A preview on the magazine’s website says the story by contributing editor Janet Reitman traces how “a bright kid with a
Rolling Stone’s August cover has caused uproar. charming future became a monster.’’ Rolling Stone editors said in a statement that
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MARSHFIELD, Wis. — A masked robber apparently thought the 96-year-old owner of a neighbourhood grocery store in Midwestern Wisconsin state would be an easy target for his crime. He was so wrong. Margaretta Wolf has owned the store bearing her family name for 54 years. And she wasn’t about to turn over her cash to the armed intruder after he ordered her to open the cash register. “I said: ‘I’m not opening up that cash register and that’s it, I’m not opening it. I said you can have all the Tootsie Rolls you want but I am not opening that cash register,’’’ Wolf said. The man in the silver mask and carrying a knife continued to give Wolf orders during the robbery attempt Monday. “He said, ‘Walk in the back of the store,’ I said, ‘I’m not walking no place, I’m standing right here,’’’ Wolf recounted. The elderly store owner stood her ground when the man flashed a pocketknife and placed it on the counter. “I said, ‘I’ll press a button and I’ll have somebody here in seconds,’’’ she said. Wolf said the would-be robber appeared frustrated, looked around, spotted a security camera in the corner, grabbed the knife and fled. Marshfield Police Lt. Darren Larsen told WAOW-TV he’s just glad Wolf is OK.
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It is with great sadness that the family of Joan Brinders announces her passing on Sunday, July 14, 2013 in Cranbrook at 65 years of age.
June 29, 1950 – July 25, 1983 It was a sudden parting Too bitter to forget. Those who really loved you, are the ones that won’t forget. The family would like to thank all the individuals who approached us through the years to tell us stories of what Bob meant to them—thank you for keeping his Memory alive.
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Allan moved to the Kimberley area in the mid-1970s. Many will remember him as a ball player, coach, and supporter of local baseball and fast pitch organizations. After settling here he became an avid skier, sharing his love of skiing and the outdoors with his daughter Shenoa. Later in his life Allan took up golf and was a proud member of the Kimberley Golf Club.
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Obituaries BRISSETTE, Aloysius “Al” Leo 1921 - 2013 In the early morning hours of Friday, July 12, 2013 Aloysius “Al” Leo Brissette passed from this life at Joseph Creek Care Village at the age of 91 years. Al was born on September 13, 1921 in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Al leaves to cherish his memory, his beloved wife Velli and his children; Lenney (Mifi), Ardine, Collin (Donna), Lynda (Dieter), Randy (Deb), Darcy (Barb) and Elouise (Gary). He also leaves behind many cherished grandchildren and great grandchildren. A Funeral Mass was held at the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 with Celebrant Father John Kellogg. The family would like to thank all the staff at Joseph Creek Village for their extraordinary care given to Dad while residing there. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Condolences may be left for the family at www. markmemorial.com. Memorial donations in Al’s memory may be made to the Royal Canadian Legion Br. No. 24, 803 Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook, BC V1C 3S2. Mark Memorial Funeral Services in care of arrangements (250) 426-4864
Joan was born on March 22, 1948 in Cape Town, South Africa. Joan loved her family, friends and hockey. She spent her life caring not only for her own children, but also for many others’ children in her loving day home. She had an amazing ability to fall in love with all children and cared for them as if they were her own. Joan always had an open door policy in her home. She welcomed unexpected drop-ins from friends whom she greeted with a warm smile, tea and cake. Joan had an unwavering faith in God and her Saviour Jesus Christ. She faced many life challenges with grace and a steadfast belief in the power of prayer. She fought a brave and exhausting battle with diabetes and its many side effects over the past fifteen years. True to her nature, she did so with grace and an amazing sense of humour. Joan was an amazing wife and life partner to Gerald Brinders. They married December 12, 1970 and had dated for six years prior to that time. They travelled the world, lived in South Africa and the United States Of America before settling in their beloved Cranbrook. Joan was a wonderful role model of inspiration for her children and four grandchildren and all who knew her. After losing her sight and much of her mobility in 2000, Joan developed a keen interest in hockey. Nothing gave her greater pleasure than sitting by the radio listening to the Kootenay Ice play by play. Joan is survived by her loving husband Gerald Brinders, daughters Petula (Tony) Yanew, Juliana (Lawrence) Williams, Jude (Christy) Brinders , granddaughters Jessica Williams, Rachel Yanew and Rebecca Yanew, grandson Jackson Brinders, and brothers Robert, Tyrone and Andre Jackson. She was predeceased by her parents Samuel and Edna Jackson, brothers Clive, Clarence, Edmond and Donovan Jackson and her sister Karen. A visitation for Joan will be held at McPherson Funeral Home in Cranbrook on Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 12:00 pm. Her memorial service will follow at 1:00 pm. Joan will be Interred in Westlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial donation in honour of Joan may do so to the: East Kootenay Foundation For Health, 13 – 24th Avenue North, Cranbrook, British Columbia, V1C 3H9. Joan’s family would like to thank all of the staff at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital and Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital in Trail for their wonderful care of their mom and wife. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com
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Obituaries Edna Knippleberg July 1, 1922 June 14, 2013
Passed away peacefully at the Cranbrook Regional Hospital on Friday June 14, 2013 at the age of 90 years. Edna leaves to cherish her memory, her daughters Norma (Denis) of Castlegar, BC and Linda (Doug ) of Smithers, BC. She also leaves her grandchildren; Chad in Castlegar, Tracy ( Gerry) in Kimberley, Shane in Smithers and Adrian in Kelowna as well as great grandchildren; Alyssa, Josh and Griffin. Also left behind are two brothers, Hugo and Larry as well as many nieces and nephews. Edna was predeceased by her husband Norman â€œNipâ€? (1984), son Robert â€œBobâ€? â€“ â€œNipâ€? (1983), her mother, Margaret and father, Michael Mitrenga; her brothers Melvin and Otto and sisters Olga and Lydia. Edna was a wonderful wife, mom, grandma and great grandma known affectionately as â€œGGâ€? She was born and raised in Melville, Saskatchewan where she completed grade 8 at the Fairland and District Country School. She worked for Swifts Packing House in Melville where she met her husband Norm. Norm played hockey for the Melville Millionaires and hockey took them to Kamloops, Kelowna and then in 1954 to Kimberley which became their permanent home. Mom was an avid bowler winning many trophies, and representing the East Kootenay at a Seniors Bowling tournament in Nanaimo, BC. Mom worked for Sears, Eatonâ€™s, the McDougal Canteen and in the Dietary and Laundry department of Kimberley Hospital where she worked until retirement in 1986. Mom also sold Beauty Counselor Beauty Cosmetics for 43 years. She really enjoyed watching baseball, curling and hockey on TV. In retirement mom kept busy holding various positions with the Food Bank, Soar, Kimberly Housing Society and the Lutheran Church. Mom enjoyed her family and especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her favorite thing to do was to cook and she loved cooking for a large crowd. She was always thrilled when be brought company home for a meal - even when it was unannounced. Mom loved volunteering in the summer for the Kimberley International Old-timers Accordion Championships as she loved the music which she grew up with. She also loved gardening and in her younger years she loved to sew. A Memorial Service will be held for Edna on Tuesday, September 3, 2013 at 1:30 pm at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Kimberley, BC. In lieu of flowers those wishing to remember Edna (mom) may do so by donating to a charity of your choice. The family would like to thank Dr Hadiuk and the staff at the Pines. Momâ€™s last days were spent very comfortably thanks to the staff of the Cranbook Hospital 3rd floor. Condolences may be left for the family at www.markmemorial.com. Mark Memorial Funeral Services in care of arrangements (250) 426-4864
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Obituaries Ezekiel â€œZekeâ€? Hawk Fantuz 1993 - 2013
Ezekiel â€œZekeâ€? Hawk Fantuz was born on January 21, 1993 weighing just over 4lbs and passed away on June 24, 2013. He grew from a tiny preemie baby to a fine young man in he blink of an eye. He always had a wonderful smile for everyone he met and he loved to talk about the outdoors, work, hunting, basketball, archery â€“ but especially hunting. Zeke graduated from Fernie Senior Secondary School in 2011 and since that time had attended College of the Rockies in Cranbrook, spent time working, hunting and doing anything else that interested him. This fall would have seen him attending Selkirk College in Castlegar, where he would have been taking the Recreation, Fish and Wildlife Course. Zekeâ€™s love for his family and friends was possibly the only thing that superseded his passion for the outdoors and hunting.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS, AND OTHERS Re: the Estate of Mary Agnes Tallis, a.k.a. Mary Agnes Swanson, deceased, formerly of Cranbrook, BC, died on Dec.17, 2012. Notice is hereby given to Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Mary Agnes Tallis under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Administrator c/o MacDonald Thomas, Box 2400, Invermere, BC V0A 1K0 on or before Aug 15, 2013, after which date the estateâ€™s assets will be distributed among the parties entitled to it, having regard only to the claims of which the administrator then has notice.
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Facilities Manager College of the Rockies 2700 College Way, PO Box 8500 Cranbrook, B.C. V1C 5L7 Phone: (250) 489-8227 7ender dRcuments and sSeciÂżcatiRns will be available to interested contractors at the Cranbrook Campus )acilities 2IÂżce 5oom A mandatory site meeting for all interested contractors has been arranged for Friday, July 26, 2013 at 08:30 hrs. (8:30 am local time) in Room S220 (Summit Hall Building) at the College of the 5ockies Cranbrook Campus 7he College of the 5ockies reserves the right to waive informalities in, or reject any or all tenders, or accept the tender deemed most favourable in the interest of the College of the 5ockies 7he lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted For further information please contact: Allan Knibbs, Manager, Facilities, College of the 5ockies, College :ay, Cranbrook, %C 9C /, 3hone
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The new program, due to start in February 2014, will be delivered by the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC). It will provide training for a total of 30 students, organized as two intakes of 15 students in two rural communities e a c h y e a r, Cranbrook and Prince George.
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South Beach mansion once owned by Gianni Versace up for auction
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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — The South Beach, Fla., mansion once owned by Italian designer Gianni Versace and the place he was fatally shot is headed for the auction block. Fisher Auction Company is handling the sale, set for Sept. 17. The 23,000 squarefoot oceanfront mansion had previously been listed for $125 million. Originally built in 1930, the 10-bedroom, 11-bathroom, gated home features a 54-foot long mosaic pool lined with 24-karat gold. It also includes numerous frescos, ornate statues, arched doorways and an open air courtyard. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to manage the sale of this one-of-a-kind property,’’ said Lamar Fisher, President and CEO of Fisher Auction Com-
pany, who said the sale should draw prospective buyers from around the world. In 1997, the 50-year-old Versace was killed in front of the property by a man who later committed suicide. Versace had purchased the home in 1992 and spent about $33 million renovating and adding another wing. Tourists can still routinely be spotted taking photos in front of the house. The property had been operating as a 10room boutique hotel for several years but closed earlier this year. A bankruptcy court has appointed Fisher Auction Company to handle the sale, in conjunction with Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate. Versace had many famous friends including Princess Diana, Madonna, Elton John and Cher.
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RECRUITMENT FOR COMMITTEES 2013 CITY OF CRANBROOK There is a new opportunity for public participation and involvement in the City of Cranbrook advisory committee listed below. Membership is open to residents of the City of Cranbrook. Family and Community Services The Family and Community Services Committee provides advice to Council on issues of importance to senior, youth, homeless people and physically challenged. The objective of the committee is to provide information and insight on creating a livable, diverse and inclusive community. One position is available. Terms of reference for the Family and Community Services Committee are available on the City’s website – www.cranbrook.ca Interested individuals are invited to submit a Volunteer Application form available at City Hall or the City’s website – www.cranbrook.ca. Applications will be accepted at City Hall (attention Maryse Leroux) or by email leroux@ cranbrook.ca , no later than Thursday, August 29, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. local time.
Astronaut Karen Nyberg assists astronaut Luca Parmitano remove his space suit after a dangerous water leak aboard the International Space Station on Tuesday, July 16, 2013.
NASA perplexed by Italian astronaut’s flooded helmet Marcia Dunn Associated Press
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The astronaut who came close to drowning in a flooded helmet is searching for clues in his spacesuit. So far, neither Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano nor engineers in Houston have uncovered the cause of Tuesday’s close call outside the International Space Station. The spacewalk was aborted after water leaked into his helmet. The main suspect is the suit’s cooling sys-
tem. He was unable to speak or hear as the spacewalk came to a hasty close. His eyes were also soaked. NASA says Parmitano could have choked or drowned. On Wednesday, the next NASA astronaut who’s supposed to fly to the space station, Michael Hopkins, said the important thing is that the spacewalkers got back in safely. He’s confident NASA will solve the mystery before sending anyone else out the hatch.
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