Carolyn Grant

If the NDP wins, the Liberals win

Politics are so very complicated

Dynamiters hand out year end awards

The Kimberley Dynamiters handed out the year end hardware last Sunday evening at the Kimberley Conference Centre.

Mixed reaction to budget

A few good things, a lot to worry about, says MLA

Kimberley Cranbrook entertainment guide

A fun-filled February

Kimberley cross country team continues to produce excellent results

The Kimberley XC Skiers (KiXS team) have had a busy calendar of racing over the past 4 weeks, with some excellent results. At the end of January, 7 team members travelled to Revelstoke to compete at the BC Cup races, and the team had multiple podium finishes. Most notably, the classic sprint races for Junior Girls (U18) featured Quinn Morgan, Sydney Wilson and Marielle Ackermann all making it to the A-Final. The white and orange suits dominated the race with Quinn coming in first and Marielle in second overall. The following day in the skate distance races we also saw Marielle Ackermann, Sydney Wilson and Sadie DeMars on the podium! Overall it was one of the most successful weekends for the KiXS skiers. The following weekend the racers travelled to Golden, with most of our skiers making it onto the podium.

Workshop will assist farmers and ranchers with wildfire preparedness

As the past few summers have proven, wildfires are a huge concern in this area. And when a fire suddenly threatens your property, what do you do?

Back to international competition for Kimberley soccer-playing doc

Dr. David Clay scores Team Canada's winning goal against Team USA for first international win

EK Midget Ice host Prince George this weekend in Kimberley.

On Saturday, February 9, 2019, the East Kootenay Zone Regional Midget Ice team played South Okanagan.

Kimberley’s Molly Miller heads to Canada Winter Games

The 2019 Canada Winter Games begin this Saturday in Red Deer, Alberta.

Backcountry users in southeastern B.C. asked to participate in wolverine research

Wide-ranging, wily and wary: wolverines come by their tough reputation honestly. And now researchers from Wolverine Watch are seeking information from community scientists to better understand this species at risk.

Kimberley will not host Cyclone Taylor Cup in 2020

Cup awarded to 100 Mile House

Kootenay Columbia MP Wayne Stetski elected BC Caucus Chair

MP Wayne Stetski (Kootenay-Columbia) has been elected Chair of the federal NDP's B.C. Caucus. During the 2015 federal election, British Columbia elected 14 NDP Members of Parliament, second only to Quebec. The NDP's B.C. Caucus meets weekly to discuss federal issues important to the people of British Columbia in order to better represent these issues in the House of Commons.

East Kootenay snow pack drops slightly to 83 per cent of normal

Anything from 80 to 110 per cent is considered near normal

Wasa Lake Triathlon registration open now

Olympic medalist Catriona Le May Doan will be one of the competitors this year

Special avalanche warning issued for East Kootenay

Unusual conditions have treeline areas more dangerous than alpine

Kimberley Mayor Don McCormick joins Columbia Basin Trust board

(Columbia Basin) - Columbia Basin Trust is announcing changes to its Board of Directors including Kimberley Mayor Don McCormick joining the board.

Ski racing at Kimberley Alpine Resort

It's been busy on the Dreadnaught at Kimberley Alpine Resort. The FIS Speed camp took place from Monday, Jan. 28 until Thursday, Jan. 30, and then FIS races from Thursday, Jan. 31 until Tuesday, Feb. 5.

Kimberley Cranbrook entertainment guide

A fun-filled February

Break in at Wasa business over weekend

Two, as yet unknown suspects brok into a business in Wasa on Saturday, February 2, 2019. They took wine, chips and pop, but no cash.