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We had a throne speech this week - delivered in the Legislature by Lt. Gov Judith Guichon on behalf of Premier John Horgan and the NDP government. It was a speech long on promises and short on detail - as all throne speeches tend to be.
The shine is coming off the penny, says MLA Doug Clovechok after listening to Tuesday's Throne Speech from the provincial NDP government.
Cranbrook RCMP is currently investigating after several ducks were killed behind the Tamarack Center.
Starting next year, B.C.'s Family Day will be moved to the third week in February so families across the country can celebrate together, announced Premier John Horgan last week.
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Columbia Basin Trust's Basin Business Advisors now offers a full-time Agriculture Specialist
To Councilors and Mayor:
Government doesn't understand needs of small business in Kimberley and other rural areas, Chamber says
One of the issues facing Kimberley is a lack of housing product and Mayor Don McCormick says progress is being made, with some new projects coming in 2018.
Each Dynamiter home game, a lucky local kid gets to skate warmup and stand for the anthem with the players. The latest Subway Seventh Player is Lydia Faulkner, shown with Ryan Keilty. J. Righton photo
Just who is Yoki?
Stetski Announces Extended Deadline for Canada Summer Jobs Applications
KIMBERLEY, B.C. - The City of Kimberley is inviting applications from volunteers interested in becoming a member of three of our committees. There are openings in the following:
To MLA Doug Clovechok
Motorists should be prepared for rapidly changing conditions and possible extreme winter driving conditions.
Letter to Editor:
From February 2 to 5th, Kimberley RCMP removed three impaired drivers from the road.