Carolyn Grant

Vehicle access being restricted in burned over areas in Kootenays

Hunting regulation changes in response to wildfires in the Kootenay Region

Winter driving conditions expected in next 36 hours

Mainroad has provided a quick update on the winter weather expected in the next 36 hours. The forecast from yesterday remains substantially the same, however it appears that the precipitation may begin as rain in some areas and transition to snow as temperatures drop late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning.

Subway Seventh Player

Every home game, kids who are fans of the Kimberley Dynamiters have an opportunity to win a chance to lace up the skates and do warm up and the anthem with the KIJHL team. All you have to do is sign up at the Kimberley Subway. The latest Subway Seventh Player was Jesse Kwasney.

Subway Seventh Player

Every home game, kids who are fans of the Kimberley Dynamiters have an opportunity to win a chance to lace up the skates and do warm up and the anthem with the KIJHL team. All you have to do is sign up at the Kimberley Subway. The latest Subway Seventh Player was Jesse Kwasney.

Chamber hosts Business Excellence Awards

The Kimberley Chamber of Commerce celebrated local entrepreneurs and community members at their Business Excellence Awards Gala this past Friday evening.

Council, Morrison Sub residents to set up working committee

Kimberley City Council hosted a Committee of the Whole meeting at Centennial Hall this week, to discuss flood problems and potential mitigation with Morrison Sub residents.

One injured in Cranbrook stabbing

Shortly before midnight, Cranbrook RCMP were called to a report of a stabbing at a downtown park. The victim was quickly located at scene with serious, though non-life threatening injuries. With the assistance of East Kootenay Traffic Services, Kimberley RCMP and the Police Dog Service, two suspects were arrested at a nearby residence and will appear before a Justice or Judge later today.

City of Kimberley will review arena safety

In light of the tragic loss of three lives at the Fernie Arena, City CAO Scott Sommerville said Wednesday morning that the City of Kimberley will be looking at their standard operating procedures for arenas.

Nitros win two over weekend

JOSH LOCKHART

Boil Water Notice for Matthew Creek system

The City of Kimberley issued a boil water notice for those serviced by the Matthew Creek Water System on Monday morning. That means people in Marysville, Kimberley Golf Course, Riverside Campground, River Bend Lane, River Bend Road, River Ridge Way, Tamarack Lane and Sunflower Drive)

College of the Rockies President David Walls Signs Contract Extension

Jesse Nicholas, Chair, College of the Rockies Board of Governors, is pleased to announce David Walls has been offered and has accepted an extension to his contract as President and Chief Executive Officer of College of the Rockies.

Have all y’all heard the feedback?

So true story, folks. I was FaceTiming with my daughter and son-in-law (they live in Washington, DC) the other day, and as things always have in my family, talk turned to politics.

Potential new business makes presentation to Kimberley Council

This week at their regular meeting, Kimberley City Council received a delegation describing a potential new business. The business name is Sullivan Machine Works, and the vision behind it belongs to two Kimberley-born men, Noah Wesche and Aaron Christensen.

Nitros look for revenge at home this weekend

Dynamiters versus Grand Forks Friday night at the Civic Centre

SunMine third quarter report

While Mayor Don McCormick is convinced that there is a real future for solar energy in this region, for that industry to prosper, there must be a customer for the energy produced. In BC, that customer is BC Hydro through the Standing Offer Program (SOP). The City of Kimberley sells power generated at the SunMine through that program, but so far has been unable to get any traction from BC Hydro or the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources to expand the SOP.

It’s still dry

Small fire near St. Mary Lake now contained

Columbia Basin Trust Symposium this weekend in Kimberley

Saturday and Sunday events will be streamed live; astronaut Chris Hadfield delivers keynote on Friday

Dynamiters split weekend games

JOSH LOCKHART

Local man pays it back to home town

Mike Gould donates $7.5 million to Kimberley Dynamiters and Kimberley Minor Hockey.