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The KIXS (Kimberley Nordic Club cross country ski club) team attended the Western Canadian Championships in Red Deer, AB on January 19 to 21 and posted some good results.
It's a Family Affair at Cranbrook Arts
Public hearing scheduled for February 19
Although Kimberley's Jared du Toit was disappointed in his efforts to qualify for the PGA tour this fall, the journey doesn't end.
The Kimberley Fire Department responded to a truck fire in the early morning hours of Tuesday, January 23, 2018. Fire Chief Rick Prasad reports that Kimberley crew responded to a call to 309 Avenue in Marysville at 1:13 a.m. Crews extinguished the fire before it could spread to the house, Prasad said.
32 projects in total
Udi, 15, had to be put down
Meadowbrook parents are raising concern with School District No. 6 about the bus stop on Thompson Road.
Meadowbrook parents have been raising concerns about the safety of the bus stop on Thompson Road in the rural area north of Kimberley. One of the points they raised is that there were bussing concerns earlier in the year, when students at the ski hill, Skookumchuk and Forest Crowne potentially had to walk quite a distance to school. Those concerns appear to have been dealt with, says parent Sandy Luker
There's good news and bad news for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The bad news is that he's dipping in the polls. For the first time since he was elected in the fall of 2015, Trudeau's approval rating has dipped below 50 per cent.
The provincial government's River Forecast Centre has issued its first snow survey for this winter, collecting data from 76 snow courses and 64 automated snow weather stations around the province.
At the Gallery
There was a large police presence in Marysville on Tuesday afternoon, January 16, as Southeast Traffic Services, with an assist from some Kimberley RCMP members and the Commercial Vehicle Inspector, conducted a vehicle inspection.
A municipal issue, not a provincial one, MLA says
Animal Alliance stepping up campaign for non-lethal methods of dealing with deer
Kimberley's manager of Parks, Recreation and Facilities says the city's facilities are outside the scope of the order
The letter from Milton Red Mellow on Thursday, January 11, 2017 was not entirely correct.