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Kimberley RCMP are reminding everyone to lock up their vehicles and valuable items.
Doug Clovechok, MLA
The environmental group Wildsight is advocating for the proposals put forward in the Draft Partnership Agreement between B.C., Canada, West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations, which is now in the consultation process.
Congratulations to the U-14 Girls Blue team who won a silver in their division at the U-14 Volleyball Alberta Provincials in Edmonton Apr. 13-14! The girls head to the U-14 Nationals tournament in Richmond from May 9-12. The team is comprised of eight Kimberley students and four Cranbrook students. All are in Grade 8.
Key City Theatre Gallery
A recent political cartoon caught my eye. It depicted an outhouse with the instructions to hold your nose and do your business. Then it showed a voting booth and advised 'same procedure'.
I am writing to express my disappointment in the location choice for the radio communication tower on the bench above Marysville. This is an important location, north of Marysville on Jim Ogilvie Way by the Volksmarch Trail. For many residents walking along this trail, they sit on the bench under the big tree while taking in the beauty.
As a volunteer goal judge for the past 23 years, I have watched many teams pass through our community, some better than others. However, this year's team stands out for their incredible commitment,sportsmanship and determination. Supporting this great group of young men were amazing fans and volunteers. It is my pleasure to support such a fantastic community organization. Looking forward to another fabulous season. Go Nitros Go.
Hunters, outfitters, wildlife biologists, and politicians gathered at the Key City Theatre on the weekend to learn about big game wildlife management in the Kootenays and beyond.
The April snow survey and water supply bulletin from the BC River Forecast Centre shows a much diminished snow pack across the province.
Kimberley schools sending information to parents
Despite pending sale, nothing will change this year
Wouldn't it be fun to track snow plowing online?
I cannot accept the Ken Sumanik's ("Caribou", April 10) implied premise that spending taxpayer's money on protecting and re-establishing the mountain caribou numbers in BC and involving the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations is a waste of money because "(caribou) have never been an important source of meat and hides for (southern) indigenous people". This investment is about much more than just meat and hides. The drastic declines and recent local extirpations of mountain caribou herds are indicators that unsustainable forestry and recreational practises have been in place in this province.
All tax classes will see increases of 2.22% in 2019
In February of this year, Air Canada announced it would be discontinuing regional flights between Cranbrook and Calgary at the end of April.
It is officially spring, and everyone's mind is turning to the annual yard clean up. If you need assistance getting yard waste to the transfer station, the City of Kimberley will provide an extra round of pick ups especially for spring clean up. Pick ups will begin in May.
Several impaired charges, excessive speed