Carolyn Grant

Kimberley Golf Club members vote to proceed with sale of course

Purcell International Education will be purchasing the 18-hole course

The post-truthiness world

Remember back in the innocent days of pre-2016 when Steven Colbert coined the term 'truthiness' in reference to politicians' relationships with the facts?

College of the Rockies Hosting Annual Open House

Potential students, parents and community members invited to learn more about what the College has to offer

Kimberley votes on Saturday, October 20

Kimberley votes Saturday, October 20. There is only one polling station, at Centennial Hall, and it opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m.

Kimberley’s cannabis stores are open for business

Both are working through the process for a legal permit

Election signs are being tampered with in Kimberley

Kimberley City Council candidate Michelle Nex is frustrated that someone is pulling out her campaign signs.

Jane Walter seeks another term as RDEK Director for Area E

RDEK Area E Director Jane Walter asks for you support again as she seeks another term.

RCMP officers contain a grass fire in Wycliffe.

Two Kimberley RCMP officers were able to prevent a grass fire in Wycliffe from spreading on the afternoon of Saturday, October 12. The grass fire was initially spotted by an off-duty officer alongside Highway 95A, near the gun range.

Enrolment numbers up in district schools

Kimberley has 48 more students this year than last

The dad jeans approach

The federal election is still a year away. Yes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could pull a surprise and call an election earlier, taking advantage of the current state of disarray in the NDP, but pundits are betting he won't.

The Kimberley and District Community Foundation Community Grant Application 2018

This Fall the Kimberley and District Community Foundation is disbursing grants from our Community Fund, the Kootenay Savings Community Fund and the Theresa Cundiff Memorial Fund. During this round a total amount of $23,000 will be awarded among successful applicants.

Who’s that smiling guy in all the pictures?

It's fall. Can you smell the politics in the air?

Basin sees increased support from the Trust

$57 million in benefits delivered through 65 programs and initiatives last year

BC Liberal leader Wilkinson visits Kimberley

BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson was in Kimberley as part of a tour of southeast British Columbia this week.

Kimberley takes five tennis medals at BC 55+ Games.

Kimberley's tennis players had a successful showing at the 55+ Summer Games . Dave Bellm won Gold (Men's Singles 65-69) and Peter Munro and Lanni Boutillier (pictured) won Silver in Mixed Doubles in the 60-64 age category.