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City has 78 full-time staff; a break down

A topic of great interest and speculation for Kimberley residents is the number of City of Kimberley staff. The city currently employs 78 full-time, six part-time, and five seasonal employees. The Administration Department consists of four full-time staff: three administrative … > Read More

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Notes from City Hall

The following is an update from Kimberley City Hall. Kimberley Dynamiters The City of Kimberley wishes to thank the Kimberley Dynamiters (pictured above with members of council) for being ambassadors for Kimberley and representing the spirit of our community. Mark Creek … > Read More

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Water Quality Advisory lifted

The City of Kimberley this morning rescinded the Water Quality Advisory for customers in Kimberley and Marysville. The advisory was lifted as of 11 a.m., Friday, April 10. This includes residents at the River Ridge development adjacent to the Kimberley Riverside Campground. Recent … > Read More

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Increased turbidity triggers Water Quality Advisory

The City of Kimberley April 7 issued a Water Quality Advisory for customers in Kimberley and Marysville. This includes residents at the River Ridge development adjacent to the Kimberley Riverside Campground. Recent testing shows that current water quality in Mark Creek is FAIR due … > Read More

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Notes from City Hall

The following is an update from Kimberley City Hall. Dynamiters The City of Kimberley congratulates the 2014-2015 KIJHL Champion Kimberley Dynamiters, and wishes them all the best in their mission for the Cyclone Taylor Cup! Easter closure City Hall will be … > Read More

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Purcell Field House taking shape

By Chris Newel The new Purcell Field House is starting to take shape thanks to College of the Rockies Timber Frame class. The new washroom project spearheaded by Kimberley Soccer Association has been in the works for some time and … > Read More

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KRIC workshops tackle tech on new dates

Technology Integration for Small Businesses workshops will run on March 30 in Golden and March 31 in Cranbrook If you’re in business, and you care about your bottom line, it’s a temptation to try newer and better technology. But not all technological … > Read More

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67 hardy souls take part in Iron Legs

By Chris Newel The weather, although cloudy and wet, did not dampen the spirits of 67 participants in the 2015 Bavarian Iron Legs Quadrathon. The race held Saturday, March 14 at Kimberley Alpine Resort saw competitors either individually or as … > Read More

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Vandalism ends deer cull in Cranbrook

City will apply for additional Wildlife Permit for the fall Vandalism of four provincially owned clover traps overnight Thursday has resulted in the City of Cranbrook ending this spring’s urban deer population reduction program ahead of schedule. Around 5:30 a.m. … > Read More

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