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Kimberley Fire Department has lowest operating cost per capita compared to similar communities

FCABC 2016 Comparative Analysis shows annual savings of $335 per person.

Kimberley Biologist dedicated to recovering species at risk

Faces and Plces: Penny Ohanjanian

  • Jul 15th, 2018

Overnight fire at Kimberley Transfer Station

Kimberley Fire Department contains blaze at transfer station; cause unknown at this time

Kimberley Fire Department releases 2017 Community Wildfire Protection Program

The report outlines fire hazard areas and their potential treatments.

Crews tackling small local wildfires

Lightning-caused blazes burn less than a hectare near Kimberley, Lake Koocanusa

Variance request for Alpenglow Court denied a second time

The land owner will not be able to subdivide the infill lot into three separate parcels.

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UN/NATO Veteran Ceremony

Cranbrook artist wins Artrageous People’s Choice Award

The Kimberley Arts Council and Centre 64 presented the award this week.

Special weather statement issued for East Kootenay

Environment Canada warning about strong southwesterly winds Friday night.

Taking care of business

Healthy Kimberley launches new initiative to promote accessible, healthy choices in the workplace.

The goats are back in town

Vahana Goat Rehabilitation has been targeting Knotweed this week in Lois Creek

Kimberley Arts Council seeks City’s support for replacement of leaky roof

The KAC is hoping to apply for the Arts and Culture Venue Grant through Columbia Basin Trust.

New park to be established at St. Mary Lake

New regional park follows agreement between RDEK and private property owner.

UPDATE: Coast Guard recovers cruise ship passenger who went overboard near Juan de Fuca Strait

The 73-year old man was aboard a ship heading to Victoria, and fell overboard around 4:30 a.m.

Elk Valley mining puts international treaty at risk: U.S. officials

U.S. representatives criticize Canada’s inaction on selenium pollution in transboundary waters.

Details revealed about 2016 kidnap-torture cases in B.C.

Langley woman sentenced to five years for two abductions

Location for indoor sports facility spurs debate

City eyes Moir Park as the proposed location, however, others hoping for Balment Park.

RDEK opposes proposed Retallack recreation tenure

Board concerned with impacts on wildlife from helicopter flights, increased backcountry traffic.