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Save-On-Foods is making changes such as limiting store hours and reserving time in the morning for seniors and people with disabilities in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to a press release.
Food Bank will remain open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Draft drawings of the project are available
Jeremy Benson spent most of his summer on the Koocanusa Reservoir
Make sensible decisions to avoid injury and extra strain on healthcare system amidst pandemic
The Kimberley Bulletin is working with local businesses to keep our public updated with how they've been impacted, and what changes, closures and adjustments have been made. Here is the list, which is being updated continually. If your business has been impacted and you'd like to be added to this list, please contact email@example.com or call 250-427-5333 ext. 1292.
It's a bit painful updating our entertainment listings this week, as we see so many great events being cancelled. We've tried to check on most events but if it doesn't say cancelled, it's always best to check ahead.
This comes as an update to their previously announced one-week suspension
Kimberley City Hall will close its doors to the public effective immediately, the most recent in a long string of businesses and institutions announcing their strategies of social distancing and protecting employees and the public in the wake of COVID-19.
E resources still available
In keeping with increasing social distancing measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) will be closing their offices and facilities to the public effective immediately.
With concerns regarding COVID-19 postponing or cancelling essentially everything around us,and around the world, it's important to check in with members of our own community to see how it's impacted them.
The Kimberley Healthcare Auxiliary called into the Kimberley Bulletin on Monday, March 16 with the following message:
Kimberley is the best place in the world to ride this out, they say
The College of the Rockies will soon have a new president at its helm.
All resorts, including Kimberley, are now temporarily closed
By Jesse Heinrichs
Kimberley City staff have made the decision to close the Civic Centre and the Marysville Arena and suspend all operations until further notice, due to concerns regarding COVID-19.
Suspension no more, the season is cancelled