Kimberley Bulletin

Controlled burns scheduled for Wasa Transfer Station, Kimberley Nature Park

Controlled burns are planned for the Wasa Transfer Station and the Kimberley Nature Park, according to the RDEK and the City of Kimberley, respectively.

  • Sep 28, 2021


Dynamiters finish up exhibition, set sights on season opener

Chaotic play to be expected given this time of year, and long hiatus due to COVID: Coach Stuart

  • Sep 27, 2021


Kimberley Dynamiters: Season preview



Cranbrook’s Casey Hanemayer qualifies for United States Disc Golf Championship

Cranbrook's professional disc golfer Casey Hanemayer has qualified for a spot at the United States Disc Golf Championship (USDGC), one of the most prestigious events in the sport, following a tied-for-3rd position at the Foxwood Open in Baden, Ont.

  • Sep 23, 2021

Kimberley COVID numbers at 8 according to latest data

Provincial numbers rise to 759 new cases

Wildsight hosts webinar highlighting logging’s impact on climate change risk

Gov's Strategic Climate Risk Assessment lacks impact of logging industry: expert

  • Sep 23, 2021

Winter tires should be installed by next Friday, October 1

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

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?

Kimberley, other Kootenay communties get grant funding for trails projects

Kimberley is one of 33 Indigenous and local governments to receive grant money for active transportation infrastructure from the B.C. government.

  • Sep 21, 2021

Calgary born, Kimberley raised Jared du Toit wins ATB Financial Classic

Jared du Toit has won the ATB Financial Classic golf tournament in Calgary, Alta. The 26-year-old golfer was born in Calgary, but for large part of his life called Kimberley home, and has family here still.

  • Sep 20, 2021

Water stewardship group: groundwater levels lower this year in Columbia Basin

Living Lakes Canada observes groundwater has decreased since last summer

  • Sep 17, 2021

Dynamiters able to welcome around 750 fans to Civic Centre for games

Fans over 19 must show proof of double vaccination

  • Sep 16, 2021

CBT’s new $1.5 million grant program supports climate resilience initiatives

Grant seeks to aid large-scale, multi-year initiatives

  • Sep 15, 2021

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.

Cranbrook’s Loggains and Hanemayer take first, second at Alberta disc golf tournament

Old friends battle it out down the stretch with Loggains winning by one stroke

  • Sep 13, 2021

Solid showing all around at Dynamiters main camp

The Kimberley Dynamiters had their annual main camp this past weekend, with a practice on Friday, Sept. 10, two games on Saturday and one on Sunday.

  • Sep 13, 2021