Carolyn Grant

Lost Dog fire 90 per cent contained

BC Wildfire Service is reporting this morning that the Lost Dog complex of fires, near Ta Ta Creek, is 90 per cent contained.

Planned ignition on Meachen Creek fire went ahead Sunday

Cool temperatures, higher humidiy helping efforts

Black Spur Ultra still a go

Organizers watching fire situation carefully, but right now are cautiously optimistic

Can you hear the snakes calling?

Imagine walking down a city street and suddenly happening upon a rather large boa constrictor sunning itself.

Interior Health evacuates Kimberley facilities

Residents at Kimberley Special Care Home and Garden View Village evacuted

Latest report from BC Wildfire Service

BC Wildfire Service says Meachen Creek fire settled down again Thursday evening, after high winds kicked it up

The ups and downs of deer translocation

Kimberley City Councillor Darryl Oakley has been the city representative on the Deer Advisory Committee for several years. The Bulletin spoke to him this week about the ongoing translocation of mule deer out of Kimberley, and what the plans may be for the coming year.

Allan Cup reunion in Kimberley this weekend

Fans are invited to visit with Allan Cup team members this Friday at the Elks

Evacuation order issued for St. Mary Valley

On Thursday evening at 8 p.m., the Regional District of East Kootenay issued an evacuation order for residents of the St. Mary Valley.

BC Wildfire Service to conduct planned ignition on Lost Dog fires this morning

The BC Wildifre Serivce is hoping to conduct a planned ignition on the Lost Dog Complex this morning, weather and conditions permitting.

Latest fire update for Cranbrook Invermere zone from BC Wildfire Service

Six wildfires of note burning in the two zones

Public meeting on Meachen Creek, Lost Dog fires in Kimberley tonight

Kimberley Conference Centre, 6 p.m.

Missing person in Jumbo Pass is woman from Cranbrook

Multiple search and rescue organizations from around the region are looking for missing hiker

A busy weekend for Southeast Fire Centre

After a weekend of heavy smoke and ash falling in Kimberley, the fire situation surrounding Kimberley and throughout the Southeast Fire Centre remains busy.

Evacuation alert issued for Ta Ta Creek area

Lightning-caused fire was estimated at 200 hectares late Friday

It’s time to blame Canada. Again.

You know, for all the complaints about him, you can't argue that Justin Trudeau appears to be a pretty decent guy. He tries to be inclusive, and sensitive (groping allegations and copious tears aside), and do the right thing.

Wage subsidy boosts Basin student job opportunities

School Works provides funding for apprenticeships and career-related positions

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