Corey Bullock

Update from incident management team on Meachen Creek Complex

As the smoke clears today and tomorrow, more extreme fire behaviour may be observed.

Meachen Creek fire sees minimal growth overnight

Winds have pushed the fire back into itself in the lower part of the Meachen Creek drainage.

Regional news recap

A quick recap of the top news stories in Kimberley, Cranbrook, Creston and Fernie.

Local climber competes in Russia

Local rock climber TJ Foley has spent the past few weeks in…

Two Kimberley men place 16th in longest paddle in the world

We quickly realized that we were driving a bathtub with two pool noodles: Matt Thompson.

Kimberley to see historically accurate viking village built in near future

The new owners of the Kimberley Medieval Festival aim to build a full-time viking village by 2020.

Kimberley Transfer Station remains closed, plans for partial re-opening in the works

The RDEK hopes to re-open the recycling areas, place some temporary bins for disposal of garbage.

Huckleberry harvesting restricted to protect grizzly bear habitat

The Province is restricting commercial-scale huckleberry harvesting to protect grizzly bear habitat…

Cranbrook artist wins Artrageous People’s Choice Award

Mariah Whitlock has won the Artrageous People’s Choice Award from Kimberley Arts and Centre 64. The winning painting is called Aleppo.

WildSafeBC continues public awareness on fawning deer

WildSafeBC is continuing to bring awareness to fawning deer after an increase…

Honey bees set up BnB in Kimberley chimney

A local beekeeper is excited this week after finding thousands of honey…

Register now for Kootenay adventure race

The annual Round the Mountain in Kimberley takes place on Sunday, June 24, 2018.

Pedestrian hit in Marysville

Update: driver cooperative, vehicle inspection requested

33rd annual Kootenay Children’s Festival

Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the Mount Baker field

WildSafeBC 2018 season has begun

Is your yard ready for spring and free of wildlife attractants?

Lower Kootenay Band and Retallack partner to propose adventure tourism tenure

April 16, 2018 Creston, British Columbia, Canada The Lower Kootenay Band (yaqan…

Wildsight, locals weigh in on proposed tenure from Retallack and Lower Kootenay Band

The proposal is for an adventure tourism tenure in 71,000 hectares of the Purcell Mountains.

Spartan Race coming to Kimberley this July

Get ready to run, climb, and crawl through mud in this obstacle course-style race.

Bear Dawn

It’s that time of year when bears start to poke their heads out of their dens in search of food and water.