Carolyn Grant

Be prepared for unpredictable weather: Mainroad

The Highway contractor Mainroad has put out a reminder list of to dos, reminding people to prepare for the unpredictability of fall and winter weather.

An unenthused electorate will likely mean low turnout

We've only got a little over a week to go until Canada votes. This will no doubt be a great relief to many. But there's a concern hanging over this election.

Bowling league’s starting season at Elks Club

Many people may not be aware of it, but there is an historic two-lane bowling alley in the basement of the Kimberley Elks Club on Howard Street.

Species at Risk get a boost in the Kootenays

Submitted by the Kootenay Conservation Program

BC Transit, City of Kimberley offer free bus service to polls on election day

Kimberley voters who rely on BC Transit to get around will be pleased to learn that the Kimberley Local (24) will be offering free rides to the polls on Election day, Monday October 21, 2019 between 8 a.m and 4 p.m

Dynamiters winning ways continue

Nitros beat Golden Rockets 4 - 1 on Tuesday night

LETTER: Forgetting history

Rick Stewart's interview seemed to me to reveal a forgetfulness of history and and a refusal to face the future. All of us, except the indigenous peoples whom our ancestors displaced and to whom we still owe reparations, are descended from immigrants or are ourselves immigrants. This is a multicultural country. Our population includes Ukrainians who fled persecution in the early 1900s, Europeans from many countries who looked for a better life after WW II, Ugandan Asians expelled by Idi Amin, Vietnamese boat people, Syrian and other refugees from recent conflicts and many, many others, often under the aegis of the United Nations. All these groups have made their contribution to Canada.

Rockies Rowing club wraps up season

For the Bulletin

Upcoming events in Kimberley/Cranbrook

In the gallery at Centre 64

Fuels management program underway in Kimberley Nature Park

Kimberley was somewhat smoky last Friday as some burn piles from summer fuels management work were dealt with. Fire Chief Rick Prasad said that work would likely continue this week as conditions allow.

Tourism Kimberley hires new executive director

John Hamilton will lead Kimberley's Destination Management Organization

EK youth more physically active than provincial counterparts: Study

Area of concern are vaping, mental health issues

Final enrolment numbers have Kimberley with 1,224 students

Kimberley's population is on the rise, with the latest estimate putting it at just over 8,000, so it's no surprise that enrolment in Kimberley Zone schools is also rising.

Kimberley Civic Centre back up and running

Dynamiters' game had to be cancelled Saturday because of arena closure

Selkirk’s senior girls volleyball team wins Creston tournament

Selkirk girls volleyball at both the senior and junior level is off to a great start this year. The junior girls team has already won two tournaments and last weekend the Senior Girls team joined them in the winner's circle, taking the tournament in Creston. Congratulations girls.

Current smoke is from pile burning says Kimberley Fire Chief

More burns to come next week depending on conditions

Eat Think Vote comes to Cranbrook

Food security is on the menu at this forum

LETTER: More thoughts on election signs

Please add my name to the list of voters who are disgusted with the signs erected by the political wanna be'/candidates that litter our country and city streets. Obviously these signs cost money, wouldn't it be better spent on ads in the newspaper or on radio explaining candidates issues and promises?

New program adds social worker to Kimberley’s primary care team

A new member has been added to the primary care team in Kimberley - a social worker dedicated to Kimberley patients.

Premier popularity polling

I know it's federal election time, but we musn't forget our provincial brethren as well.