Carolyn Grant

Letters: Disappointed with deer carcass policy

I hope no one in town e3ver has the misfortune of having a deer die on your property. This happened to me on June 1, 2019.

US senators press Horgan to clean up BC mine water

Late last week, the East Kootenay based environmental group, Wildsight, put out a press release saying eight U.S. senators from states neighbouring British Columbia are trying to press Premier John Horgan to clean up mine water pollution flowing across the border, primarily from Elk Valley coal mines.

Update: Saturday night fire on Stemwinder Drive in Kimberley

In the early hours of Sunday, June 15, a fire broke out at a residence on Stemwinder Drive.

Kimberley City Council approves RCMP staffing costs

Kimberley City Council voted this week to approve in principle the contract with the Kimberley RCMP to establish the numbers of full time equivalent RCMP members at eight full time equivalent for the 2020/2021 fiscal year.

One day you’re BFFs, the next your tree dies

We do, of course, live in interesting political times. And it's been an interesting week.

Budget consultation committee visits Kimberley

Local MLA Doug Clovechok is part of committee

Government must at least try to act on forestry issues, MLA Clovechok says

Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok says the situation with the forest industry is dire and government must step up and do something, or at least try to do something.

Kimberley D-Day veteran honoured

Royce Jolie was unable to make it to the ceremony, so the veterans came to him

Kimberley Nature Park Management Plan updated

The Kimberley Nature Park Society is inviting public review of its updated management plan.

RDEK hopes Kimberley Transfer Station building will be rebuilt later this year

Kevin Paterson, Environmental Services Manager for the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK), says that it is hoped the Kimberley Transfer Station will be fully operational by later this year.

CARP Kootenays discuss housing options for seniors

The Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) Kootenay Chapter recently held their spring meeting at the Heritage Inn in Cranbrook.

Scheer between a rock and a hard place

Andrew Scheer is just so mad, you guys.

Kootenay Warriors win Calgary tournament

The 07' Kootenay Warriors spring hockey team took home gold at the Stampede Challenge this past weekend in Calgary. The boys finished the round robin 4-0 and then clinched a spot in the finals after defeating the Calgary Snipers 4-1 in the Semi finals. The boys continued their streak by defeating the Airdrie Stars 7-1 in the final, bringing home the Gold medal.

College of the Rockies set to graduate first cohort of Nursing students

Majority of class hopes to remain in the region to work

Columbia River Revelstoke MLA Report – Doug Clovechok


Dead Flowers in full bloom at Kimberley’s Studio 64

Live at Studio 64 spring season comes to an end

Party on, Canada

Two of the biggest winners/losers in the SNC Lavalin affair are the same people. Former cabinet ministers Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott definitely won the battle for voters' hearts and minds, and emerged in many peoples' opinions as the only honourable characters in the entire mess.