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Real estate sales in the entire Kootenay region have been brisk for almost a year, and Kimberley is no different. Houses are selling almost as quickly as they hit the market. But there is a downside to the boom. There is growing concern about the lack of inventory.
Saturday, March 13, at 7 p.m.
Northern Rockies also under special avalanche warning
Employees at each branch picked a non-profit for a $500 gift
Kimberley residents, especially those in Lower Blarchmont, will be pleased to learn that a building considered an eyesore, at 323 Banks Street, is being developed and rehabbed.
Renovations to building must be completed first
Last November Kimberley council voted to increase bulk water rates by 20 per cent next year.
We live in a world of user names and passwords. Every utility account, credit car account, government account, bank account must have a password, and a PIN. And many also require you to answer identifying questions.
Additional questions on groundwater issues will be answered
COVID-19 has created challenges for all sporting organizations in Kimberley, including the Kimberley Skating Club.
Kimberley City Council received the third quarter policing report at their regular meeting last week. The report covers the period from October to December 2020 and was presented by Sgt. Steven Woodcox, the new commanding officer at the Kimberley RCMP detachment. Woodcox came on board in November after the retirement of Sgt. Chris Newel.
The Law Society of B.C. has ordered that former Kimberley lawyer Sandra Smaill be disbarred for professional misconduct.
As we enter year two of the COVID-19 pandemic, and pandemic fatigue has really set in, the only thing that has held steady has been Canadians perception of how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has handled it. His approval ratings soared at the beginning, and held steady at just over 50 per cent for the latter half of 2020.
Local artist Brad Hartshorn has some of his original artwork up on display at LITTLE big for the entire month of February.
Very complex issue, Jeff Dubois says
The latest COVID-19 numbers by location released by the B.C. Centre for Disease Control show that new cases in the East Kootenay are low.
There is some concern about lack of inventory
River Forecast Centre releases latest snow pack measurements
It is cold outside and there are more cold days to come. In temperatures like this, frozen water and sewer lines are definitely possible.
Miller is with the Canadian team in Lahti, Finland this week