Our Town

It's time for your flu shot.

Kimberley flu clinics begin November 1

The flu shot is free for those at risk of complications from influenza and those in contact with people at risk.

  • Oct 25, 2016
It's time for your flu shot.
No picket lines at Kootenay Savings in Kimberley this morning.

Coats for Kids in Kimberley

Royal LePage East Kootenay Realty’s annual Coats for Kids initiative is now on

  • Oct 21, 2016
No picket lines at Kootenay Savings in Kimberley this morning.

Inter-community business licenses on the way

Licenses would make it easier for contractors to operate in both Kimberley and Cranbrook

  • Oct 21, 2016

Kimberley Council seeks input on condo zoning

Zoning would permit personal residential use of condo units is permitted

One of the vandalized benches at Cherry Creek Park.

Vandalism at Cherry Creek Falls Park

Two donated benches vandalized at new park in Meadowbrook

One of the vandalized benches at Cherry Creek Park.
A Centre 64 visitor admires sculptor Rob Toller’s “Guardians” at the opening of the Relic & Reliquary exhibition at the gallery. The exhibit runs until Saturday

Unique exhibit at Centre 64 in Kimberley

Relics and Reliquaries Exhibit closes this weekend, see it while you can

  • Oct 18, 2016
A Centre 64 visitor admires sculptor Rob Toller’s “Guardians” at the opening of the Relic & Reliquary exhibition at the gallery. The exhibit runs until Saturday
Protective Services Game Changer went to Street Angel

‘Game Changers’ feted at inaugural gala event

An celebration honouring those who’ve efforts have helped take their communities to the next level was held Saturday, Oct. 15

  • Oct 17, 2016
Protective Services Game Changer went to Street Angel
The new Veterans Memorial Park continues to be a real community project. This week Robert

Kimberley Veterans Memorial Park project rolls along

A $25,000 grant from the RDEK and a lot of community support

The new Veterans Memorial Park continues to be a real community project. This week Robert
The Kimberley Soccer Association is seeking city support to finish the building at Purcell Park.

Kimberley sports groups seek city support

Soccer Association and Nordic Club both hope to attract major events to town

The Kimberley Soccer Association is seeking city support to finish the building at Purcell Park.
Annika and Marielle Ackermann (photographed here) took full advantage of Kimberley’s early snow on Monday and were able to get some quality training in as they prepare for the 2016-17 race season.

An early season surprise for cross country skiers

Early snow means on-snow training for Kimberley's racers

  • Oct 12, 2016
Annika and Marielle Ackermann (photographed here) took full advantage of Kimberley’s early snow on Monday and were able to get some quality training in as they prepare for the 2016-17 race season.
Kathy Merkel drops the puck at the Dynamiter/Golden game Tuesday evening.

Dynamiters thank Kathy Merkel

It was Kathy Merkel Night at the Dynamiters game this past Tuesday

  • Sep 29, 2016
Kathy Merkel drops the puck at the Dynamiter/Golden game Tuesday evening.
Merganser with chicks.

Kimberley Camera Club starts new season

First meeting of the new season Wednesday, October 12, 7 p.m.

  • Sep 29, 2016
Merganser with chicks.
Kimberley residents will have an opportunity to take a tour through the Future Home beginning October 1

Future Home coming to Kimberley

Take a tour of a 560 square foot home decked out with the latest technology

Kimberley residents will have an opportunity to take a tour through the Future Home beginning October 1
Cranbrook-based Rockies Rowing Club rowers attended the Head of the Pend Oreille regatta recently and came home with bling. The one day regatta was held on the Priest River in Priest River

Rockies Rowers rock the regatta

Cranbrook-based Rockies Rowing Club rowers attended the Head of the Pend Oreille regatta recently and came home with bling.

  • Sep 28, 2016
Cranbrook-based Rockies Rowing Club rowers attended the Head of the Pend Oreille regatta recently and came home with bling. The one day regatta was held on the Priest River in Priest River
The Nitro XPress on a training hike to Lakit Lookout this month.

First Annual Nitro XPress scholarship gala

Scholarship will support East Kootenay girls elite hockey

The Nitro XPress on a training hike to Lakit Lookout this month.
A number of craft breweries will be selling their wares in the Platzl this Saturday. Come down for an Oktorberfest stein.

Kimberley’s Oktoberfest this Saturday

A full day of activities in the Platzl on October 1

A number of craft breweries will be selling their wares in the Platzl this Saturday. Come down for an Oktorberfest stein.
The Kimberley Nordic Trails are now ready for night skiing.

City of Cranbrook provides new light for Kimberley Nordic Club

The thirty-year-old overhead bulbs on Nordic Trails were replaced with newer ones

  • Sep 26, 2016
The Kimberley Nordic Trails are now ready for night skiing.
It's that time of year. Bears are looking to fatten up so manage your attractants.

Ursus feels the urge to eat; be bear aware

According to WildSafeBC, the third week of September is when calls to Conservation Officers with bear complaints usually peak.

It's that time of year. Bears are looking to fatten up so manage your attractants.
Deadline for the Kimberley Nature Park photo contest is Oct. 10

Kimberley Nature Park photo contest deadline looming

Grand prize of $500 cash and multiple category prizes worth $50 to $250

  • Sep 20, 2016
Deadline for the Kimberley Nature Park photo contest is Oct. 10
Joey Sandberg of the Choice

New mural marks entrance to downtown Cranbrook

Ktunaxa artists add glowing painting to wall of The Choice

  • Sep 19, 2016
Joey Sandberg of the Choice