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Bridge repairs to take place on Wycliffe Bridge for two days

Give yourself extra time on Monday and Tuesday April 29 and 30, 2019.

Kimberley Trails Society hopes to secure grant funding for new ‘Matthew Creek Connector Trail’

The City of Kimberley has submitted a letter of support for the Society.

Isn’t it spring? Forecast calling for snow in the Kootenays

Up to 10 centimetres expected over the next two days, Environment Canada said

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Kimberley Fire Department large-scale emergency exercise
Mock emergency in Kimberley Thursday
Kimberley Fire Department on scene at Nature Park fire over weekend

Lock it or lose it, Kimberley RCMP says

Kimberley RCMP are reminding everyone to lock up their vehicles and valuable…

Province announces $2.5-million boost to increase tourism in B.C.’s resort towns

Changes to RMI funding are bringing more money to places like Harrison and Tofino

Residents say crosswalk is unsafe

Approximately 200 Kimberley residents have expressed concerns with the crosswalk on Spokane…

Cranbrook RCMP respond to fatal canoe incident at Moyie Lake

A young man died after a canoe overturned in the lake early Tuesday morning

Ecosystem restoration burns planned for Premier Lake area

Burns to start within next two weeks depending on weather conditions

Rural and Remote Harm Reduction Conference in Kimberley

The conference aims to explore how rural and remote communities can help with harm reduction.

New MRI unit increases access

Interior Health aims for 5100 exams in Cranbrook this year

Kimberley Planning Department to consider changes to bylaw for height restrictions

Kimberley City Council and the City’s Planning Department are considering the possibility…

Annual McWhinnie Day in Kimberley April 28

Kimberley’s annual Bob McWhinnie Day will be held on Sunday, April 28th…

Symposium discusses state of wildlife management in the Kootenays

Hunters, outfitters, wildlife biologists, and politicians gathered at the Key City Theatre…

Immunization catch up program launching

Kimberley schools sending information to parents

Province asking for caribou recovery feedback in Cranbrook

Staff from provincial and federal governments to share information, asnwer questions

East Kootenay snow pack below normal

The April snow survey and water supply bulletin from the BC River…

Kimberley man set to hike equivalent to Everest elevation as fundraiser

Back in November of 2018, the Bulletin reported that Kimberley hiker Michael…

Residents concerned with pedestrian crossing in Marysville

Residents write to Council: potentially dangerous intersection where 307th Avenue crosses Highway 95A

Mud bogging closed in Dorr Road, Umbrella Beach areas

The closure is in effect until May 1, 2019.