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WATCH: National Aboriginal Day 2017

WATCH: National Aboriginal Day 2017

?aq’am welcome community to share in their culture
More honours for Kimberley’s du Toit

More honours for Kimberley’s du Toit

Kimberley’s Jared du Toit, who recently graduated from the University of Arizona and has now embarked on a pro career, has been named a Second Team All American by the Golf Coaches of American.
Kootenay Savings gives Kimberley Gymnastics Club a boost

Kootenay Savings gives Kimberley Gymnastics Club a boost

Kootenay Savings Community Foundation grants $5000 to club
Wildsight hosting work bee at Eco Park Monday

Wildsight hosting work bee at Eco Park Monday

This coming Monday, June 26, Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook is hosting a spring cleanup at the Marysville Eco Park.
Kimberley Arts Council Give Us A Lift campaign going well

Kimberley Arts Council Give Us A Lift campaign going well

The Kimberley Arts Council Centre 64 is in the midst of a fundraising campaign to provide a lift for theatre access, and so far, says Carol Fergus of the Arts Council, the Give Us A Lift campaign it is going well.
City loans Health Centre Society funds for new roof

City loans Health Centre Society funds for new roof

Money will be paid back over 15 years
City plans Open House Community Meeting for OCP, proposed Wastewater Treatment Facility,and Downtown Strategy

City plans Open House Community Meeting for OCP, proposed Wastewater Treatment Facility,and Downtown Strategy

KIMBERLEY, BC - The City of Kimberley invites all community members to learn about three important City initiatives at an open house style community meeting on June 27th from 4:30pm to 7:30pm at Centennial Hall. Community members can learn more about the Official Community Plan (OCP) Update, the proposed Wastewater Treatment Facility, and the draft Downtown Strategy.
Clovechok heads to Victoria for throne speech, vote

Clovechok heads to Victoria for throne speech, vote

MLA says he is prepared to work with NDP/Greens but he didn’t throw away his campaign signs
Paralympian Josh Dueck speaks to Kimberley students

Paralympian Josh Dueck speaks to Kimberley students

Kimberley native and gold-medal paralympian, Josh Dueck arrived in Kimberley this week to speak to Selkirk and McKim students about his experience being seriously injured as a worker, the importance of safety on the job and how he realized his dreams despite his injury.
Military scaling down search for missing aircraft

Military scaling down search for missing aircraft

Two-seater Piper Warrior aircraft reported missing on June 8 after flying out from Cranbrook.