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Kimberley rescinds water quality advisory

The water quality advisory that was in place in Kimberly is no longer in effect. The advisory was in place for almost a month after it was issued on May 3. City staff said testing showed the water quality is "good".

Kimberley RCMP reminds residents to be vigilant against scammers

Police in Kimberley say they continue to receive reports of online fraud and are encouraging residents to be careful with sending money to strangers. Sargeant Steve Woodcox says a lot of scams they see involve fake accounts selling items on sites like Facebook Marketplace. "I can't say enough, If you do...

Cranbrook RCMP take prolific offender into custody

Cranbrook RCMP has arrested one of their most prolific offenders after he was caught with stolen property. Police said officers were patrolling Cranbrook's Ridgeview area on Wednesday when they noticed a motorcycle that was believed to have been stolen out of Kimberley. RCMP attempted to stop the rider, but he fled...

Jim Ogilvie Way construction begins in Marysville

The reconstruction of Jim Ogilvie Way from Highway 95A to Rails to Trails crossing in Marysville is now underway. The first phase of the project will see the removal of the existing asphalt. The goal is to replace aging underground infrastructure and enhance the quality of the road surface. City staff said...

BCHL announces roster rules for upcoming season.

The BC Hockey League has announced its roster rules now that the league is independent of Hockey Canada. Teams will have a maximum of 25 active roster spots plus an extra spot if teams choose to have three goalies. For Canadian teams, five players have to be from B.C. This includes...

Construction to start on Fernie’s new playground

Fernie's Annex Neighbourhood will be home to a new playground in the near future. City of Fernie officials said construction is set to begin next week, ahead of a mid-July opening. The finished nature-based playground will include accessible play opportunities and an outdoor amphitheatre. "Construction will start Monday, June 5. Fencing will...
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