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Cat. 2 open burning ban implemented in Southeast Fire Centre

Cat. 2 open burning ban implemented in Southeast Fire Centre

Category 2 open burning will be prohibited across the Southeast Fire Centre (SEFC) as of 12 p.m. PDT on Friday, Jul. 5.
Changes announced in KIJHL annual general meeting

Changes announced in KIJHL annual general meeting

KIJHL approves re-alignment of two divisions
Lussier Hot Springs closed due to falling rock

Lussier Hot Springs closed due to falling rock

Lussier Hot Springs closed until further notice due to falling rocks.
11-year-old boy drowns in Wasa Lake near Kimberley

11-year-old boy drowns in Wasa Lake near Kimberley

An 11-year-old Kimberley boy has drowned at Wasa Lake. 
Kimberley referee Logan Marsh wins BC Hockey award

Kimberley referee Logan Marsh wins BC Hockey award

Kimberley's Logan Marsh wins BC Hockey's Most Deserving Award for his work as a referee for Kimberley Minor Hockey and the KIJHL.
Man and dog rescued after falling down steep embankment near Elko

Man and dog rescued after falling down steep embankment near Elko

After taking a bad fall down a steep embankment, a young man and his dog were rescued by emergency responders near Elko.
BC Community Bat Program seeks volunteers for yearly bat count

BC Community Bat Program seeks volunteers for yearly bat count

Last year volunteers conducted 888 bat counts at 274 sits
Man fights off, shoots grizzly bear in attack near Elkford

Man fights off, shoots grizzly bear in attack near Elkford

Victim airlifted to Calgary hospital; bear found dead from injuries
Category 3 open burning to be banned in the Kootenays

Category 3 open burning to be banned in the Kootenays

Ban is effective May 17, does not include campfires or slightly larger Category 2 open fires
1st Kimberley Scout Group remove car wreck from river bank at Camp Stone

1st Kimberley Scout Group remove car wreck from river bank at Camp Stone

Beavers and Cubs complete month-long Earth Day project
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