Carolyn Grant

East Kootenay Track and Field Club cancels season

The East Kootenay Track and Field Club has made the call to cancel their upcoming season due to social distancing requirements.

Evolving situation; evolving bailouts

It has long been a time honoured political tradition to make a big funding announcement and then announce it again a few more times for maximum benefit.

East Kootenay man trying to make his way home from Nepal

Anthony Dransfeld, of Wasa, is so far having no luck on finding a way home

Kimberley Chamber trying to assist businesses

By: Jesse Heinrichs

Kimberley RCMP warn of illegal u-turns

Construction at the Kimberley Save On Foods Store means customers are putting up with some minor inconveniences during the build phase, one of them being access to the parking lot.

Counting our blessings, from a distance

Hello friends. How are we all doing? Most of us are now well into week two of social distancing, and it's harder for some of us than others.

Kimberley City Council passes bylaw to allow for late utility payments for second quarter

Kimberley City Council held a brief special meeting on Monday, March 30 and at that time, Council adopted the Utility Rates Penalty Deferral Bylaw that will delay the penalty date for second quarter utility payments pushed back to August 10, 2020 from June 10, 2020.

School District 6 planning services for families

Students would have returned to school this week

Kimberley Food Recovery Depot continues to operate

The Kimberley Food Recovery Depot continues to do its good work despite the COVID-19 crisis.

Dynamiter Pilon’s play, experience leads to U Vic commitment

Kimberley Dynamiters goalie Blake Pilon will head into the 2020-21 season as the UVic Vikes No. 2 or 3 goalie.

MLA Clovechok implores constituents to stay home

Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok wants constituents to know that his offices, including in Kimberley, may be closed, but he and his staff are still working. If you have an issue, you can still email or call the office.

BC Park closures include Lussier River hot springs

While it is still possible to enjoy our great outdoors while social distancing, there are areas that have been closed to the public. That includes BC Parks and attractions such as the Lussier River Hot Springs.

City of Kimberley working on financial assistance for utility fees and other payments

The City of Kimberley intends to provide some financial relief for residents and businesses affected by the pandemic and social distancing.

Columbia Basin Trust community engagement meetings postponed

The Columbia Basin Trust had planned a series of public meetings this spring in order to renew their strategic plan. Public input meetings were planned for this spring and two symposiums for the fall.

Kimberley’s Round the Mountain postponed for a year

One of Kimberley's most popular summer festivals has been postponed for a year.

Kimberley Arts Council requests considering a donation rather than a refund for cancelled concerts

The Kimberley Arts Council/Centre 64 announced last week that Centre 64 is closed for now.