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Sex offender Randall Hopley to remain in custody as bail hearing rescheduled

A high-risk sex offender who was the subject of a 10-day manhunt earlier this month will remain in custody for the time being. Randall Hopley was set to appear in court for a bail hearing on Nov. 24, but it has now been rescheduled to Dec. 8. The RCMP has recommended...

EKFH taking part in Giving Tuesday for Warm Embrace Campaign

East Kootenay Foundation for Health (EKFH) is participating in Giving Tuesday to raise money for the Warm Embrace Campaign. EKFH officials said their goal is to raise $55,000, which is equal to the cost of a Giraffe Warmer. "The warmer is designed to create a safe, warm, and controlled environment for...

B.C. preparing new winter preparedness resources

Winter is coming and the B.C. government said it is getting ready with new cold-weather response funding and preparedness resources. B.C. government officials said the resources are meant to help residents endure the cold weather. "Our changing climate means weather events are becoming more extreme, regardless of the season," said George...

One million new jobs expected in B.C. over next decade

The B.C. government is stressing the importance of post-secondary education as one million new job openings are expected by 2033. Provincial officials said the labour market outlook for 2023 shows that 75 per cent of those new jobs will require some form of post-secondary education or training. “With nearly one million job...

Kimberley encouraging residents to test for radon

Kimberley residents can pick up a free radon test kit as part of the City's push to raise awareness about the potential danger it poses. City officials said Kimberley is getting involved in the 100 Radon Test Kit Challenge, which provides free testing. "Canada has had a National Radon Plan for...

Registration still open for Elkford’s Christmas parade

Elkford businesses can still sign up to take part in the community's Christmas Truck Parade. The parade takes place on Dec. 4, starting at the Elkford Fire Hall. It will end at Elkford’s Meeting Place the gazebo between 744 and 750 Fording Drive, where the tree light-up will occur. There will also...
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