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Change in federal tax law means no more tax deduction for elected officials; pay will increase 12 per cent to make it up
The volunteer-led group is now able to accept charitable donations.
They are applying to the Columbia Basin Trust Plays Capital Improvement Grant.
The funds will go towards the purchase of a much needed Maldi Tof Machine.
Aileen Boyd was recently hired as a full-time paramedic to help seniors in rural communities.
Kevin Miller’s ‘Water War’ is now available for purchase.
Kimberley season pass holders can ski at Kicking Horse, Fernie, Nikiska for free as local opening delayed
100 per cent of proceeds went towards the United Way East Kootenay.
The public is invited to comment on the changes until Jan. 11, 2019.
The Foundation held a ceremony for grant recipients this week.
Join the three local businesses on Dec. 5 for a free helmet fitting.
Currently you must reapply each year; not worth the staff time, Fire Chief says
Kimberley City Council is considering amending the water and sewer rates bylaws…
A quick recap of the top news stories in Kimberley this week.
The City of Kimberley has released their annual Snow and Ice Management…
Earth’s Own Naturals Ltd., located in Kimberley, is the second recreational cannabis…
Five different areas include two different sections of the Kimberley Nature Park, Myrtle Mountain, The Kimberley Nordic Area and Forest Crowne.
It’s possible that 100 mule deer could soon be moved out of…
Healthy Kimberley is continuing their Taking Care of Business initiative by featuring…
Kimberley City Council has approved a cull of mule deer that have…