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Notes from City Hall

Fuels Management The Duck Pond and Myrtle Mountain Projects located in the southeast corner of the Kimberley Nature Park will be starting back up this…

Duczek / RDEK communications stellar

e-KNOW editorial The recent flooding events in the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) were among the most severe crisis situations to hit southeastern British…

Regional update – 2013 Flood

Monday, June 24 – 7 p.m. Wasa – A Forestry Unit crew was diverted to Wasa today as the lake levels started rising quickly. An…

Region stabilizing; watch on in Wasa

Hosmer – The evacuation orders in Hosmer have been rescinded and residents were allowed to return home this afternoon. Anyone unable to return home due…

Regional snapshot – 2013 flooding

Saturday, June 22 – 12 p.m. Elkford –The District of Elkford is maintaining the State of Local Emergency declared June 20. The Evacuation Order has…

Region weathers second day of flooding

Today (June 21), e-KNOW toured the Elk Valley, photographing the flooding and damages and recording this momentous point in our time. Please see our photo…

Images of the Kimberley Creek flood

The Morrison Subdivision in the City of Kimberley is currently in a flood situation after Kimberley Creek flooded its banks last night (April 24). Pictured…

Kimberley Creek floods city subdivision

Kimberley’s Morrison Subdivision and a portion of Wallinger Street closest to the Centennial Centre field are flooded after Kimberley Creek exploded over its banks last…