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The 2020 Selkirk Secondary School Awards Night

Although due to the COVID-19 pandemic it may not happen like they…

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation provides $9.2 mllion to environmental projects

Conservation projects across British Columbia are getting a $9.2 million funding boost…

Tree planters raise $80K for food banks in communities they work in

Zanzibar Holdings Ltd. with operations in Kimberley and Cranbrook raise over $14K

Fall Fair cancelled due to COVID concerns

Event will return under new management bigger and better next year

More suspected poisonings result in death of dogs in Kimberley

Another dog has died in Kimberley, potentially due to ingesting poison, this…

Kimberley’s Molly Miller makes Canadian National Ski Team

Kimberley’s own Molly Miller has made the Canadian National Ski Team for…

Bike rack built by Selkirk student installed in Veteran Memorial Park

New signs indicating park rules also to be installed soon

Dynamiters sign Kimberley local Kasey Miller to the team

The Kimberley Dynamiters have signed 17-year-old local Kasey Miller to the team…

Peaceful gathering held in Kimberley in support of Black Lives Matter movement

On Sunday, June 7, a group of people gathered together to stand…

PHOTOS: Momma black bear and cubs spotted in Townsite

A momma black bear and her two cubs, spotted getting near The…

Kimberley Independent School students go seriously green

Huge garden and tree project undertaken by students, teachers

WildSafeBC urges proper garbage storage to avoid more visits from bears

WildSafeBC is alerting the people of Kimberley that the city is currently…

Kimberley Area Wine Fairies spreading joy in difficult times, one gift basket at a time

With so much bad news and uncertainty in the world, a small…

Hometown heroes: Search and Rescue president Peter Reid

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kimberley Search and Rescue (SAR)…

Council to write letter of support for Kimberley Dynamiters

KIJHL teams all seeking financial support from the provincial government in wake of COVID-19

Council receives Climate Action survey indicating further reduction of emissions

Kimberley City Council received the 2019 Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP)…

City Hall reopens Monday, June 1 with new safety measures in place

After carefully plotting out how and when to re-open its facilities while…

Disc golf back better than ever in East Kootenay

Rules in place for safe play, improvements to local courses, plans for the future

Stakeholder group including Mayor McCormick working on Kimberley’s reopening plan

Mayor Don McCormick discussed the provincial government’s plan for reopening B.C. and…