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Barry Coulter

Barry Coulter

Barry Coulter had been Editor of the Cranbrook Townsman since 1998, and has been part of all those dynamic changes the newspaper industry has gone through over the past 20 years. He was sending his first email around the same time he was running his last page through the waxing machine, and bought a new film camera mere seconds before digital cameras made film obsolete. Coulter grew up in Saskatchewan, but has lived all over Canada, following a multitude of jobs and/or studies. When not on the job for the Townsman, he is a musician, and an actor with Cranbrook Community Theatre.

Phone
250-426-5201 ext. 56
Email
barry.coulter@cranbrooktownsman.com

Recent Work by Barry

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.
Corb Lund talks Grand Ole Opry, his solo show, and the songs of his friends

Corb Lund talks Grand Ole Opry, his solo show, and the songs of his friends

Award-winning Country artist plays three September dates on Vancouver Island
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.
Avalanche warning issued for southern B.C., Alberta

Avalanche warning issued for southern B.C., Alberta

Avalanche Canada put out the notice Feb. 10, effective immediately and running through Feb. 13.
Avalanche warning issued for Southern BC and Western Alberta

Avalanche warning issued for Southern BC and Western Alberta

Warm temperatures and lots of sunshine are expected for the coming weekend, which will have a destabilizing effect on the snowpack
Wall of Honour vandalized with COVID-19 graffiti on Remembrance Day in Cranbrook

Wall of Honour vandalized with COVID-19 graffiti on Remembrance Day in Cranbrook

RCMP say they are investigating
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