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Hundreds of pipers piping in Kimberley this summer

Hundreds of pipers piping in Kimberley this summer

Plans being finalized for the Kimberley Pipe Band’s 90th anniversary tattoo
City of Kimberley defends its rodent control practices

City of Kimberley defends its rodent control practices

Keeping soccer fields safe for players is paramount, City press release says
New iPad kiosk at the Kimberley Public Library

New iPad kiosk at the Kimberley Public Library

The Friends of the Kimberley Public Library installed a Krayon Kiosk in the Children’s Section of the Kimberley Public Library this past February, and so far, it’s proving to be a hit.
News from the Kimberley Garden Club

News from the Kimberley Garden Club

Spring is arriving slowly but there is work to be done in the garden
Kimberley Boil Water Notice rescinded Tuesday

Kimberley Boil Water Notice rescinded Tuesday

Water Quality Advisory in effect
Two structures destroyed in Wasa fire, Friday

Two structures destroyed in Wasa fire, Friday

Two homes, a shed and truck destroyed
Kimberley’s Selkirk Secondary hosts candidate debate

Kimberley’s Selkirk Secondary hosts candidate debate

Coumbia River-Revelstoke MLA candidates answer questions from Mckim and Selkirk students
Fentanyl, W18 being found in East Kootenay

Fentanyl, W18 being found in East Kootenay

W18 one hundred times more powerful than fentanyl and more resistant to Naloxone antidote
Judge finds for Kazakoff in defamation trial

Judge finds for Kazakoff in defamation trial

Gerry Taft ordered to pay $75,000 in damages
Taft says he may appeal defamation ruling

Taft says he may appeal defamation ruling

Right now, the NDP candidate says his focus is on the election