WATCH: Kimberley news recap

A quick recap of the top news stories this week in Kimberley.

This week in Kimberley’s news, a complaint to the SE Traffic Services about improperly aligned headlights prompted vehicle inspections in Marysville on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.

A local man charged with fraud and theft made a brief appearance in Cranbrook Court on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.

In response to the tragedy at the Fernie arena, where three men were killed by an ammonia leak, the Technical Safety BC has issued new regulations for those who operate facilities such as arenas and curling rinks.

The provincial government’s river forecast centre has issued its first snow survey for this winter, collecting data from 76 snow courses and 64 automated snow weather stations around the province. The data shows that the East Kootenay snowpack is at 106 per cent of normal.

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VIDEO: Smokers talk pot rules at annual 4-20 event

Annual pot protest-meets-festival in Vancouver attracted hundreds to vendors, concert

New funds, recruits set to alleviate B.C. sheriff shortage

The Government of British Columbia announced new sheriff graduates, funding for more classes

Video: RCMP investigation gets a deer little photobomb

Princeton RCMP were conducting a drug investigation in Princeton which a deer strolled through

Farnworth says five years too long for feds to deal with organized crime in medical pot

Needs to be dealt with much sooner than that, B.C. Public Safety Minister says

UPDATED: Unions, CP Rail come to agreement, avoiding work stoppage

Locomotive engineers, conductors and signals specialists seeking new collective agreements.

B.C. woman known to hitchhike around province missing

Aislynn Hanson, 18, last seen April 13; known to travel throughout B.C. by hitchhiking

B.C. court relies on Facebook to track down missing defendant

A court in Princeton, B.C. relied on Facebook to track down a B.C. missing his court date

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