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Kimberley/Cranbrook entertainment listings

Cranbrook Arts Programs

Time change decisions present challenges

There are more important things to worry about: Kimberley's Mayor McCormick

Early bird registration for Kootenay East Youth Soccer Association now open

KEYSA (Kootenay East Youth Soccer Association) provides a variety of soccer opportunities for all players in the Kootenays, regardless of gender and ability. Online registration for the 2020 soccer season is now open, and there is an early bird discount of $25 available if you register by the end of January. The House program is for players from 4 to 16, and registration closes April 1st, with the hope of being on Moir fields by April 14h or earlier, weather dependent. The house program runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays to the end of June. Please check our website (www.kootenayeastsoccer.com) for specific age group times and to register.

First Snow Pack report of season issued by River Forecast Centre

B.C.'s River Forecast Centre has issued the first of their Snow Survey and Water Supply Bulletins, which give a snapshot of snow conditions across the province.

Jared du Toit qualifies for 2020 PGA Tour Latinoamerica

Kimberley's Jared du Toit won the PGA Tour Latinoamerica Qualifying Tournament Mexico in Estrella Del Mar Golf and Beach Resort this past weekend.

Kimberley Dynamiters win two overtime games on weekend

The Kimberley Dynamiters were celebrating as though they had won, and the game was just three minutes old.

City of Kimberley no longer using electricity to thaw frozen water lines

With temperatures dropping, the potential for frozen water lines increases.

Everyone’s hitting the slopes in B.C.; here’s how to avoid injury

As area ski hills settle into the season with all the powder arriving in the past few weeks, the Provincial Health Services Authority/Trauma Services BC has released a few tips for preventing injuring on the slopes.

Kimberley hockey legend, John Migneault

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Kootenay curling in the spotlight

Kootenay curling is front and centre this month across the province.

McCormick to deliver ‘State of the City’ address February 5

Kimberley Mayor Don McCormick will present his annual address on the state of the city on February 5. The session will be at Centre 64, beginning at 7 p.m.

Work wanted: Good at duking

My goodness, the sturm, the drang, the accusations, the gnashing of teeth, the sheer drama of it all.

Process of selling City assets is moving forward, Mayor says

Riverside Campground and Bootleg Gap golf course are for sale

Team Buchy set to represent B.C. at Curling Junior Nationals in Langley

Team Kaila Buchy is off to the Canadian Juniors in Langley this week, to represent the province of British Columbia in the Women's Juniors.

KIJHL makes donation to scholarship fund

KELOWNA- The Remembering Grant Sheridan Scholarship received a cash injection on Jan. 11.

Kimberley Dynamiters clinch playoff spot

The Kimberley Dynamiters clinched a playoff spot after winning two games this past weekend. The team has amassed 64 points in 37 games and are 12 points ahead of the second place Fernie Ghostriders in the Eddie Mountain Division.

Kimberley Elks sponsoring next Dynamiters home game

On January 21, the Kimberley Elks Lodge #90 will be sponsoring the game between the Kimberley Dynamiters and the Fernie Ghost Riders.

New 3-year agreements ratified by USW members at the Trickle Creek Lodge

Workers at Trickle Creek Lodge in Kimberley ratified a new three year collective agreement late last week. this is separate from the agreement signed by employees of Kimberley Alpine Resort, although they are both part of the United Steelworkers 1-405.

Evergreen 2020 Coming to Centre 64

A fun and informative event designed for the mature woman, Evergreen 2020 will be held at Centre 64, Kimberley, on Sunday, February 9, 2020, from 2 pm to 5:00 pm.