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Planting whitebark pine seedlings. Photo courtesy of Randy Moody.

Kimberley’s Randy Moody on the challenges and triumphs of the endangered whitebark pine

Randy Moody, president of the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada (WPEFC)…

Planting whitebark pine seedlings. Photo courtesy of Randy Moody.
Droptine, a 5-by-5 mule deer buck who was poached within Kimberley limits. This photo was taken by Dallas Rehill who said "It deeply saddens me I won't be able to photograph this beautiful animal in years to come."

Famous Kimberley deer shot by poacher

“Droptine” was shot within Kimberley city limits, after hunting season closed; CO has leads in investigation

Droptine, a 5-by-5 mule deer buck who was poached within Kimberley limits. This photo was taken by Dallas Rehill who said "It deeply saddens me I won't be able to photograph this beautiful animal in years to come."
Some urban deer in Kimberley, B.C. Wildsafe BC said they received less reports of conflicts with deer. Kimberley Bulletin file.

Wildsafe BC delivers year end report

Danica Roussy, Wildsafe BC (WSBC) coordinator for Kimberley and Cranbrook, submitted the…

Some urban deer in Kimberley, B.C. Wildsafe BC said they received less reports of conflicts with deer. Kimberley Bulletin file.
A picture taken at a Rising Wolf men’s circle at Wycliffe Regional Park this past summer. “It was not nice out weather wise that evening, in fact we got rained on, but the pic itself really shows the commitment of these men to continue work through each storm they face,” Rising Wolf co-founder Paul Sutton said. “The sun broke the clouds just as we finished and we were able get this picture.” Photo courtesy of Paul Dalcanale.

Cranbrook’s Sutton brothers form non-profit Rising Wolf to promote and support men’s health

Brothers Paul and Chris Sutton of Cranbrook, who earlier this year brought…

A picture taken at a Rising Wolf men’s circle at Wycliffe Regional Park this past summer. “It was not nice out weather wise that evening, in fact we got rained on, but the pic itself really shows the commitment of these men to continue work through each storm they face,” Rising Wolf co-founder Paul Sutton said. “The sun broke the clouds just as we finished and we were able get this picture.” Photo courtesy of Paul Dalcanale.
The KIJHL provides an update regarding a positive COVID-19 test from one of the members of the Kimberley Dynamiters. Paul Rodgers file.
The KIJHL provides an update regarding a positive COVID-19 test from one of the members of the Kimberley Dynamiters. Paul Rodgers file.
The Kimberley Dynamiters' next two exhibition games have been postponed due to an individual testing positive for COVID-19. Paul Rodgers file.

Member of Kimberley Dynamiters tests positive for COVID-19

Exhibition games in Fernie, Creston postponed

The Kimberley Dynamiters' next two exhibition games have been postponed due to an individual testing positive for COVID-19. Paul Rodgers file.
Blue Sky Kingdom.

Kimberley’s Bruce Kirkby publishes “Blue Sky Kingdom” documenting family adventure to Zanskar

Bruce Kirkby, a prolific and world-reknowned adventurer, writer and photographer who calls…

Blue Sky Kingdom.
Mainroad Communications warns of coming weather event.

Mainroad Communications notifies drivers of snowfall event over next 24 hours

It’s that time of year again. A weather event is heading to…

Mainroad Communications warns of coming weather event.
Cranbrook's Casey Hanemayer reaches a rating of 1022, jumping up 17 points and becoming the highest ranked player in Canada. Paul Rodgers file.

Cranbrook’s Casey Hanemayer becomes Canada’s highest-rated disc golfer

Cranbrook’s Casey Hanemayer has become Canada’s highest ranked disc golfer, after the…

Cranbrook's Casey Hanemayer reaches a rating of 1022, jumping up 17 points and becoming the highest ranked player in Canada. Paul Rodgers file.
Birth control pills, contraception. (Pixabay)

Cranbrook and Kimberley Councils support initiative calling on BC Gov. to cover prescription contraception

On September 14, 2020, Cranbrook City Council unanimously passed a motion calling…

Birth control pills, contraception. (Pixabay)
RCR’s Matt Mosteller reflects on Trickle Creek’s summer, details plans for Kimberley Alpine Resort
RCR’s Matt Mosteller reflects on Trickle Creek’s summer, details plans for Kimberley Alpine Resort
Head pros from Kimberley, St. Eugene golf clubs win PGA of BC Regional Award

Head pros from Kimberley, St. Eugene golf clubs win PGA of BC Regional Award

Regional recipients are now provincial finalists for 2020’s PGA of BC Awards

Head pros from Kimberley, St. Eugene golf clubs win PGA of BC Regional Award
East Kootenay local Casey Hanemayer wins Ontario Disc Golf Championships

East Kootenay local Casey Hanemayer wins Ontario Disc Golf Championships

Hanemayer also surpasses 1000 rating, secures major sponsorship

East Kootenay local Casey Hanemayer wins Ontario Disc Golf Championships
KIJHL delays season to Nov. 13; three teams opt out

KIJHL delays season to Nov. 13; three teams opt out

Dynamiters Head Coach Derek Stuart shares his thoughts on the upcoming season

KIJHL delays season to Nov. 13; three teams opt out
Large-scale planned igntions to contain Doctor Creek wildfire Friday

Large-scale planned igntions to contain Doctor Creek wildfire Friday

This 7000 hectare fire is burning 25 kilometres south west of Canal Flats

Large-scale planned igntions to contain Doctor Creek wildfire Friday
WildSafe to host fifth annual BC Goes Wild events in Kimberley, Cranbrook

WildSafe to host fifth annual BC Goes Wild events in Kimberley, Cranbrook

WildSafeBC’s fifth-annual BC Goes Wild is coming up, with the organization asking…

WildSafe to host fifth annual BC Goes Wild events in Kimberley, Cranbrook
WildSafeBC asks for proper fruit tree pruning to deter bears

WildSafeBC asks for proper fruit tree pruning to deter bears

Danica Roussy, community coordinator for WildSafe BC, is asking the residents of…

WildSafeBC asks for proper fruit tree pruning to deter bears
Kimberley’s Tom Buchy wins Curl BC Coach of the Year Award.

Kimberley’s Tom Buchy wins Curl BC Coach of the Year Award.

Leading his daughter’s team to provincial win just one of his accomplishments in 2020

Kimberley’s Tom Buchy wins Curl BC Coach of the Year Award.
Union president discusses potential need for increased ambulance service in Kimberley, Cranbrook

Union president discusses potential need for increased ambulance service in Kimberley, Cranbrook

A man suspected of having a stroke had to wait 21.5 minutes for an ambulance in Kimberley recently

Union president discusses potential need for increased ambulance service in Kimberley, Cranbrook
Dunbar Creek fire disrupting traffic near Radium, 55 active fires in region

Dunbar Creek fire disrupting traffic near Radium, 55 active fires in region

According to the BC Wildfire Service, there are a total of 55…

Dunbar Creek fire disrupting traffic near Radium, 55 active fires in region