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UBC geoscientists discovered the wreckage of a decades-old crash during an expedition on a mountain near Harrison Lake. (Submitted photo)

Wreckage of decades-old plane crash discovered on mountain near Harrison Lake

A team of Sts’ailes Community School students helped discover the twisted metal embedded in a glacier

UBC geoscientists discovered the wreckage of a decades-old crash during an expedition on a mountain near Harrison Lake. (Submitted photo)
A health-care worker prepares to swab a man at a walk-in COVID-19 test clinic in Montreal North, Sunday, May 10, 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)

Interior Health records 21 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend

Thirty-six cases remain active; two people are in the hospital, one of whom is in intensive care

A health-care worker prepares to swab a man at a walk-in COVID-19 test clinic in Montreal North, Sunday, May 10, 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)
Grant and Barbara Howse, in quarantine in Invermere. Mike Turner photo

Denied entry to the U.S., still placed in Canadian quarantine

The rules around crossing the U.S. border led to a bizarre situation for an Invermere couple

Grant and Barbara Howse, in quarantine in Invermere. Mike Turner photo
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The old Kootenay Springs building on 6th Street in Cranbrook, just off the highway, was on fire Saturday night, Oct 17. Barry Coulter photo

Kootenay Springs building, burns in Cranbrook; other fires still under investigation

Derelict building was on the site of the old Cranbrook Brewery, itself destroyed by fire 95 years ago

The old Kootenay Springs building on 6th Street in Cranbrook, just off the highway, was on fire Saturday night, Oct 17. Barry Coulter photo
Kimberley Remembrance Day ceremonies are Veterans only this year. Bulletin file

Kimberley residents asked to stay away from Remembrance Day ceremony this year

Veterans Park will be available for the rest of the day for those who wish to walk through and remember

Kimberley Remembrance Day ceremonies are Veterans only this year. Bulletin file
The Dynamiters return to action with their first exhibition game of the year ahead of the start of their regular season. Bulletin file.

Dynamiters come up short in first exhibition game of the year

Head Coach Stuart less concerned with results than takeaways from first game in seven months

The Dynamiters return to action with their first exhibition game of the year ahead of the start of their regular season. Bulletin file.
KAST can assist small and medium businesses expand their online presence. Submitted file
KAST can assist small and medium businesses expand their online presence. Submitted file
Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons.

MP Morrison responds to federal throne speech, pushes for rapid testing at airports

Kootenay-Columbia parliamentarian criticizes throne speech, wants COIVD-19 testing at borders, airports

Kootenay-Columbia MP Rob Morrison speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons.
Anne Jimmie holds up a photo of her and her mother, Christine Jimmy, that was taken in 1948. Photo: Aaron Hemens

Saving the inner child: The Healing Journey

“There was this little girl inside that was so hurt, that was so wounded … I needed to nurture that little girl and understand her.”

Anne Jimmie holds up a photo of her and her mother, Christine Jimmy, that was taken in 1948. Photo: Aaron Hemens
Kimberley Arts Council applies for grant to help cover cost of washroom upgrades.

Arts Council applies for grant to help pay for Centre 64 washroom upgrades

City Council authorized the Kimberley Arts Council to apply for a grant…

Kimberley Arts Council applies for grant to help cover cost of washroom upgrades.
Retired biologist Penny Ohanjanian. Photo submitted

Kimberley resident honoured with Conservation Leadership Award

Penny Ohanjanian wins East Kootenay Conservation Leadership Award

Retired biologist Penny Ohanjanian. Photo submitted
Two more COVID-19 cases have been reported in the Interior Health (IH) region overnight. (Getty)

Two additional COVID-19 cases in Interior Health region overnight

Twenty-six cases are active, and on isolation, according to Interior Health Authority

Two more COVID-19 cases have been reported in the Interior Health (IH) region overnight. (Getty)
RCMP remind public vandalizing election signs, like these seen on Wallinger Drive, could result in criminal charges. Paul Rodgers photo.

Kimberley RCMP receive report of election sign vandalism

The Kimberley RCMP have received a report of numerous election signs getting…

RCMP remind public vandalizing election signs, like these seen on Wallinger Drive, could result in criminal charges. Paul Rodgers photo.
City Council has directed staff to apply for a grant that would cover 90 per cent of the costs needed to repair Centre 64's roof and truss system. Paul Rodgers photo.

City to apply for grant that would cover 90 per cent of Centre 64 roof repairs

Kimberley City Council voted to direct staff to apply to the Canada-British…

City Council has directed staff to apply for a grant that would cover 90 per cent of the costs needed to repair Centre 64's roof and truss system. Paul Rodgers photo.
Purcell Collegiate Incorporated submit an application to Kimberley City Council to amend a Zoning Bylaw to allow for development of their proposed international boarding school campus.

Council adpots zoning amendment, hears community support for proposed International School

City Council considered an amendment to Zoning Bylaw No. 1850 at the…

Purcell Collegiate Incorporated submit an application to Kimberley City Council to amend a Zoning Bylaw to allow for development of their proposed international boarding school campus.
Sgt. Chris Newel delivered the quarterly RCMP report to City Council on Tuesday.

Sgt. Newel delivers his last quarterly report to Council before retirement

Sgt. Chris Newel delivered the Kimberley RCMP Detachment’s quarterly report to City…

Sgt. Chris Newel delivered the quarterly RCMP report to City Council on Tuesday.
Bev and Wayne Collins, owners of the Kimberley Bottle Depot. Paul Rodgers photo.

Changes made to province’s Return-It program affect beverage container refund rates

Some changes have occurred at the Kimberley Bottle Depot, and at Return-It…

Bev and Wayne Collins, owners of the Kimberley Bottle Depot. Paul Rodgers photo.

BC conservation coalition demands changes for wildlife

A coalition of environmental and conservation groups is calling on the next…

The ferry didn’t come into contact with the vehicle. Photo: B.C. government

Woman drives vehicle into water near Upper Arrow Lake ferry

The ferry had to temporarily suspend its operations due to the incident

The ferry didn’t come into contact with the vehicle. Photo: B.C. government
Nicole Cherlet for the BC NDP, Samson Boyer for the BC Greens and Doug Clovechok for the BC Liberals will be your choices on the ballot in the upcoming provincial election. (Submitted/Revelstoke Review)
Nicole Cherlet for the BC NDP, Samson Boyer for the BC Greens and Doug Clovechok for the BC Liberals will be your choices on the ballot in the upcoming provincial election. (Submitted/Revelstoke Review)