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Former Grand Forks fire chief suing city for wrongful dismissal

Dale Heriot was fired in July 2019 after his department was investigated for safety, bullying issues

Utility vehicle driver faces charges

Just after 5 p.m. on May 19 RCMP responded to a flipped…

City of Kimberley issues Water Quality Advisory

Water Quality Advisories are common in Kimberley each spring as the run off picks up

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Okanagan Beach Club gets a facelift
UBCO student sues Kelowna RCMP officer for alleged assault during wellness check
Penticton resident looking for kidney donor

Hometown Heroes: Kimberley RCMP members deal with pandemic

Continuing with our series on our own hometown heroes, the front line…

City of Kimberley begins to gradually reopen some parks and facilities

As the province begins to phase in re-opening, so too is the…

BC bats don’t spread COVID-19 says Kootenay Bat Project

Misinformation can lead to problems for bats, project says

Kimberley JulyFest cancelled

Chamber considering holding a scaled down event this fall if possible

WildSafeBC reporting uptick in raccoon sightings in Kimberley, Cranbrook

Food-conditioned and human habituated raccoons become bolder around humans

MP Morrison endorses O’Toole for Tory leadership

Conservative leadership candidate says he sees eye-to-eye with Morrison on a ‘bunch of issues’

Kimberley Public Library offering curbside materials pickup

the COVID-19 pandemic is causing all sorts of businesses and services to…

Kimberley Riverside Campground reopened

50 per cent capacity, self contained units only

RDEK sets up self-fill sandbag stations across the region

Additional safety protocols have been put in place surrounding COVID-19

Officials predicting higher water levels at Koocanusa this summer

Officials are predicting that water levels at Lake Koocanusa reservoir will be…

Some Kimberley students could return to school on June 1

In a message to SD6 parents last week, Superintendent of Schools Paul…

Backyard fires allowed in Kimberley until 11 p.m. each night

Recent rainfall has allowed the Kimberley Fire Department to lift restrictions on…

Stakeholder group including Mayor McCormick working on Kimberley’s reopening plan

Mayor Don McCormick discussed the provincial government’s plan for reopening B.C. and…

Hometown heroes: Trucker Josh Aldrich

The onset of a global pandemic has highlighted and rewritten the definition…

Cranbrook, Kimberley housing markets adapt to impacts of COVID-19

Sales in Cranbrook have dropped slightly, while Kimberley’s numbers remain fairly normal compared to 2019.

Interior Health issues overdose alert in Cranbrook area

There have been multiple overdoses, some with fatal outcomes, according to bulletin

Two dogs dead after suspected poisoning in Ta Ta Creek residence

Family awaits test results and expresses concern for safety of their children