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Property value assessments will be delivered in early January to homeowners
Kaila Buchy has been making waves in BC curling circles for several years, despite her young age.
Coming up at Cranbrook Arts
The Nitros finally lose after 11 wins
Festivus: The non-commercial holiday's celebration, as depicted on Seinfeld, occurs on December 23 and includes a Festivus dinner, an unadorned aluminum Festivus pole, and practices such as the "Airing of Grievances"
the Kimberley Dynamiters are currently on a long road trip, which began with a game on Thursday evening in 100 Mile House. They Nitros won that game 4-2.
Three Constables from the Kimberley RCMP Detachment were recipients of this year’s Alexa’s Team award
Three Kimberley RCMP officers were recognized, after the trio were responsible for removing over 100 impaired drivers from the roadways in and around Kimberley B.C. last year.
On Wednesday, December 18, at 7 p.m., Tourism Kimberley (TK) will hold its Annual General Meeting. All TK members and stakeholders are invited to attend at the Kimberley Conference Centre. Business to be conducted will include an introduction of new TK Executive Director, John Hamilton, a presentation of current financial statements, and confirmation of the new 2020 Board of Directors.
The East Kootenay Avalanche Bantam Hockey team recently won the Vernon Winter Classic tournament.
By John Allen
While the Cranbrook Kimberley Development Initiative is wrapping up, all involved have deemed it a huge success.
Kimberley's Palmer earns the first star
Coming up at Cranbrook Arts
Good early season conditions despite little snow downtown
Kimberley City Council is deep in the midst of budget deliberations, and Mayor Don McCormick says that this year is particularly challenging.
All through November, the Kimberley Dynamiters have been raising funds for the Calgary Cummins School of Medicine Fundraiser for Genomic Cancer Research, headed By Dr. Daniel Heng Head Oncologist at the Tom Baker Cancer Center and Fellow at the Cummins School of Medicine Research Department.
Two wins over the weekend, against Beaver Valley and Columbia Valley
The Selkirk Junior Girls Volleyball team finished their season last weekend at the Junior Invitational provincials in Surrey. The girls played hard all weekend winning two of their first three matches to make their way into the Championship side of the draw where they lost their final two matches to finish 13th in the tournament.
On Nov 19-20, the Selkirk Sports School hockey program students made their yearly trip to Calgary, where students took part in a skill development session with Calgary Flames skill coach, Darren Rommerdahl, attended a Calgary Flames game versus the Colorado Avalanche, and trained with professionals at Crash Conditioning. It was another memorable and influential trip, says teacher Carson Loftsgard.
I will predict at this time that Andrew Scheer will remain leader of the Conservative Party of Canada until such time as he may be forcefully ejected.