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Heather Smith has managed the Kimberley Helping Hands Food Bank for many years. File photo

Kimberley continues to support the Helping Hands Food Bank

Applications for grocery vouchers in lieu of Christmas hampers still being accepted

Heather Smith has managed the Kimberley Helping Hands Food Bank for many years. File photo
Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok is sworn in for his second term. BC Liberal Caucus

MLA Clovechok sworn in for second term

Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok was sworn in for his second…

Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok is sworn in for his second term. BC Liberal Caucus
Karen Vold, Grady Pasiechnyk, Jeff Pew and Heather Smith, from the Food Bank. Go Cranbrook photo

Picture sales raise over $4000 for Kimberley Food Bank

Recently, Go Cranbrook/Go Kimberley raised $4321 and donated it to the Kimberley…

Karen Vold, Grady Pasiechnyk, Jeff Pew and Heather Smith, from the Food Bank. Go Cranbrook photo
There are several options available for a ShelterBox donation. Submitted photo

Kimberley Rotary continues to partner with ShelterBox

A ShleterBox donation is a great gift

There are several options available for a ShelterBox donation. Submitted photo
RCR’s snow making is one of the bulk water users in Kimberley. Matt Mosteller file

Kimberley bulk water rates to rise 20 per cent if bylaw adopted

Bylaw given first three readings this week

RCR’s snow making is one of the bulk water users in Kimberley. Matt Mosteller file
David Moskowitz file

Wildsight to present webinar on Inland Temperate Rainforest

Join Wildsight next Tuesday, December 1, 2020 for a free webinar on…

David Moskowitz file
Smoothing out the walking path near the roof extension at Centre 64. Photo submitted

BC Rehab sponsored Accessibility Project completed at Centre 64

Work continues on making the Arts Centre accessible to all

Smoothing out the walking path near the roof extension at Centre 64. Photo submitted
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Hunkering down in the pandemic

The great crackdown has arrived and we’ve all been told to mask…

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Kimberley Mayor Don McCormick.

Balance between community safety and tourism is a delicate one: Mayor McCormick

Although Kimberley Mayor Don McCormick said he had been some what wary…

Kimberley Mayor Don McCormick.
The replacement of the waste water treatment plant looms over the sewer fund. City of Kimberley file.

Kimberley water fees will have no increase; sewer fees up eight per cent

In their budget deliberation meeting last week, Kimberley City Council approved a…

The replacement of the waste water treatment plant looms over the sewer fund. City of Kimberley file.
See the best of the Banff Mountain Film Festival, including adventurer Bruce Kirkby from Kimberley, with the online film tour.

Banff Mountain Film Fest tour online only this year

Yu can purchase tickets through Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook

See the best of the Banff Mountain Film Festival, including adventurer Bruce Kirkby from Kimberley, with the online film tour.
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Kimberley Council votes to reduce flat tax by a further $80 per year

Council decided in 2016 to begin reduction of the flat tax

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The Aquatic Centre Parcel Tax will reflect cost savings from its closure this year. File photo

Aquatic Centre parcel tax will be lower in 2021

This will reflect the fact that the centre has been closed for the majority of 2020 due to COVID-19

The Aquatic Centre Parcel Tax will reflect cost savings from its closure this year. File photo
Kimberley Independent School.

Interior Health confirms COVID-19 exposure at Kimberley Independent School

Interior Health has confirmed a potential COVID-19 exposure at the Kimberley Independent…

Kimberley Independent School.
City Hall in Kimberley

Kimberley bylaw officer busy with dog complaints

Three aggressive dog investigations

City Hall in Kimberley
Elizabeth Shepherd and Michael Occhipinti will be the third live-streamed concert from Studio 64 this fall. Facebook photo

Live-streamed jazz concert from Quebec duo at Studio 64

The third concert in the ‘Live-streamed at Studio 64’ fall series will…

Elizabeth Shepherd and Michael Occhipinti will be the third live-streamed concert from Studio 64 this fall. Facebook photo
Raccoons are increasing their presence in Kimberley. Wildsafe BC file

Raccoon population increasing in Kimberley

Wild turkeys on the rise as well

Raccoons are increasing their presence in Kimberley. Wildsafe BC file
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City receives unexpected $2 million from government COVID-19 restart funding

The province of British Columbia is distributing emergency safe restart funding to…

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If you purchased a punch card for swims at the Aquatic Centre you can now ask for a refund. Kimberley Bulletin file

Refunds available for those who pre-purchased Aquatic Centre punch cards

At their regular meeting on Monday, November 9, 2020, Kimberley City Council…

If you purchased a punch card for swims at the Aquatic Centre you can now ask for a refund. Kimberley Bulletin file
Real estate sales are setting records in the Kootenays. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

Record breaking real estate sales continue across the Kootenays

KAR reports a total of 434 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® in October 2020, a rise of 41.6 per cent from October 2019.

Real estate sales are setting records in the Kootenays. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)