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After months of extensive renovations, St. Eugene hosted a ceremony and re-opening of a space “in harmony with Mother Earth and our indigenous culture.”
To mark the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing, see how well you know space
Pictured above: Common Tansy. Below. Red Columbine, Eastern Red Columbine, Foxtail Barley…
The book ‘Lost’ tells the story of Kimberley local Paul Kerr who went missing on the Grey Creek Pass in 2015
Annual JulyFest is this weekend
On June 29th, Molly Miller organized a charity run that resulted in…
Stop by the Elks this Saturday after the parade for a chance to talk baseball
One of the best things about JulyFest is the live music at…
It was a not-so-balmy 11 degrees and raining for the 2019 JulyFest…
Kimberley News July 13, 1960 Two Fires Reported Despite the long, dry,…
Kimberley Foundation donates to Kimberley Heritage Museum
The class of 77’ has been missing from Selkirk’s archives since they graduated.
The Kimberley Arts Council kicked off the summer with First Saturdays this past weekend.
Wildsight Kimberley and Cranbrook hosts a number of events through the summer…
Kimberley and Cranbrook SAR teams volunteer to assist with first aid at the RTM Festival.
The final schedule for this weekend’s First Saturday event has been set.…
Kimberley celebrated with activities, food and live music in the Platzl.
Summertime, and the livin’s easy — for the youngest members of Cranbrook’s…
The province-wide competition brings contestants to Fort Langley for 14 years in a row
The community garden on Rotary Drive is free for the entire community to use.