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Mayor Don McCormick delivers annual address.
City of Kimberley asks for residents to grant permission for deer contractors to access private properties.
Another round of research mule deer translocation to be conducted this month
College of the Rockies is hosting the annual Open House for community members and prospective students on Wednesday, February 7 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Cranbrook main campus.
In the gallery at Centre 64
The Kootenay Savings Credit Union has once again provided a sizeable donation to the Kimberley & District Community Foundation. This donation will assist the Foundation in providing funding to charitable organizations in Kimberley and area.
Mainroad weather update
MLA Clovechok predicts at least two ballots
With each game increasing in importance to the standings, the Kimberley Dynamiters added to their division lead with wins over the Golden Rockets and Fernie Ghostriders this past weekend.
Centre 64, Saturday January 20, 2018
Mayor Don McCormick will be delivering a State of the City address this Wednesday evenng at Centre 64, hosted by the Kimberley Chamber of Commerce. The speech starts at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
Kimberley RCMP have recovered property associated to a recent break and enter in a Marysville neighbourhood, and believe the suspect is linked to other thefts that have occurred in the area over the past few weeks.
The Kimberley Peewee A Dynamiters had another very successful tournament weekend Jan 19-21 when they captured the Kelowna Tier 3 Tournament Champions title. Round robin play saw them go undefeated against teams from Semiamhoo, Yellowknife and Wenatchee. Sundays semi final paired them against the Tier 3 South Okanagan team where they Dynamiters pulled out a come from behind win 6-5. The young Dynamiters then matched up against the host Kelowna team in the final where another come from behind win 4-3 played out. Congratulations to our Kimberley Peewees!
The Kimberley Atom Dynamiters won their home tournament this past weekend, and they did it with the KIJHL Dynamiters watching, and then celebrating with them.
Mayor Don McCormick argues against it but loses vote
Two provincial politicians resigned this week, both under allegations sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour.
Jensen reappointed Chair, Booth new Vice-Chair, plus four new directors
By Carolyn Grant
Kimberley City Council made a move that will likely bring them closer to a translocation permit this winter, although Coun. Albert Hoglund said it "blew his mind" that they were being forced to do so.
On Thursday, January 25, Kimberley's Overwaitea Foods store will close its doors early, and by the next morning, it will have completed the changeover to a Save-On-Foods.