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New policy at Selkirk Secondary bans use of cell phones during class time

Students are expected to keep their cell phones in their lockers aside from breaks and lunch

Jumbo court story may not be over: MLA Clovechok

Last month, the B.C. Court of Appeal upheld a provincial government decision…

UPDATE: Driver of motorhome remains in serious condition following collision in Hosmer

Transport truck rear-ended stopped motorhome, which collided with the stopped school bus ahead of it

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News recap: Kimberley
News recap: Kimberley

Union says no further Kootenay Lake ferry shut downs planned for now

Workers are currently negotiating for a new contract

Maintenance, dredging taking place in Mark Creek this week

Over time gravel washes down the creek and ends up in the holding pond: City CAO

B.C. conference looks at how First Nations can be involved in cannabis industry

Some First Nations are dead set against it, while some see economic growth opportunities

You can’t talk gas prices without talking taxes: MLA Clovechok

A report released from the B.C. Utilities Commission found an unexplained 13-cent…

City of Kimberley recognized for climate action commitment

The City of Kimberley signed onto the Climate Action Charter several years…

East Kootenay MLA reacts to gas prices report

Tom Shypitka says government should have included economic and fiscal policy as potential factors

Autopsy confirms ‘criminality’ in Kimberley homicide investigation

Police still asking the public to contact authorities if they have any information

Two Kimberley organizations receive funding from CBT Trail Enhancement Grants program

Kimberley Trails Society and Meadowbrook Community Association both receive funds for second time this year

Wellness clinic in Kimberley opens up conversation about overdose and addiction

The Kimberley Harm Reduction Collaborative hosted a wellness clinic focusing on how to keep people safe

Ridership of Kimberley Transit Service continues to increase

The recently announced service expansion will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019

Multi-unit light-industrial shop complex to be built in Marysville

Kimberley City Council has approved a Development Variance Permit for the proposed shop complex.

MP Wayne Stetski presents to Kimberley City Council ahead of Federal election

Stetksi outlines priorities of constituents including affordable housing, childcare, climate change.

Abandoned cat brought into Kootenay SPCA with broken sternum

The East Kootenay SPCA branch is seeking help to cover $1,455 in medical bills for Claude the cat.

Kootenay-Columbia Tory candidate opens campaign office

Three sitting MPs join Rob Morrison for campaign office opening in Cranbrook

Former polygamist leader sentenced 12 months in child bride case

A convicted polygamist leader associated with Bountiful has been sentenced to 12…

UPDATE: Kootenay Lake ferry to be hit by job action Saturday

Full service to return after the long weekend; Glade, Harrop-Procter ferries won’t be affected

UPDATE: No disruption to start of school year after small fire at Selkirk

Kimberley Fire Department on scene of electrical fire at Selkirk Secondary SchoolThe fire possibly went out on its own, crews continuing to monitor the situation, says Fire Chief