Carolyn Grant

Kimberley Dynamiters: Season preview


Kimberley COVID numbers at 8 according to latest data

Provincial numbers rise to 759 new cases

Winter tires should be installed by next Friday, October 1

Most routes in B.C. require snow tires from October to April

CBT #BuyBasin event returns this fall

Discover businesses in the Columbia Basin

CBT #BuyBasin event returns this fall, live from October 18 to November 10

Discover businesses in the Columbia Basin

Can’t talk politics; let’s talk curling

Has there ever been a game in the history of televised sports that has put itself through more contortions and rule changes for the sake of a TV audience than curling?

Election 2021: What you need to know

Two polling places in Kimberley

KIJHL teams can have 50% arena capacity with fully vaccinated patrons

Teams can decide if that's what they want to do, commissioner says

KIJHL teams can have 50% arena capacity with fully vaccinated patrons

Teams can decide if that's what they want to do, commissioner says

Proof of vaccination gaining support; even in Alberta

Our friends at Angus Reid are always asking Canadians their opinions on various issues, and whatever your faith in polls, their findings are often interesting.

Whiskey Jack’s in Kimberley to present live music

Roots singer Tenise Marie performs Sept. 25

Kimberley Arts presents more events to liven up the fall

Art exhibits, virtual garden tour and a drive in movie

Columbia Basin Trust releases its annual report; asks you to register for online AGM

Over 2,400 projects received Trust support in 2020/21

Kimberley RCMP investigating vandalism at Lions Park in Marysville

In a Facebook post, Sgt. Steve Woodcox of the Kimberley RCMP is asking residents who have seen any suspicious behaviour around Lions Park in Marysville recently, to contact the detachment.

Kootenay real estate market still healthy

Kootenay Association of Realtors expect supply bounce back this fall

Letters: All of us have a responsibility to keep ourselves as healthy as possible

When I retired, I considered emigrating from Canada to seek an environment where the cost of living was less expensive. Aside from my pride in being Canadian, a primary deterrent which convinced me to stay was the wonderful health care available to us all. Indeed, I have come to view our health care system as one of the fundamental characteristics which defines us as Canadians. All of us pay a little more in taxes, because we care about our neighbours and want good health care to be available for everyone, regardless of their financial situation.

Billet families needed for Dynamiter players

The Kimberley Dynamiters are gearing up for what will hopefully be their first full season in two years. The last two were shortened due to COVID. Training camp starts this weekend and the KIJHL. regular season begins October 1. All players are required to be fully vaccinated by that date.

Prices are soaring, on all kinds of things

Great news, fans of eating. Groceries are set to get even more expensive!

Kimberley COVID-19 numbers creeping up

There are four more cases this week than last

Agree or not, we must comply with the law: Kimberley Mayor

Mayor Don McCormick shares his thoughts on the latest health orders.