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Carolyn Grant

Carolyn Grant

I have been with the Kimberley Bulletin since 2001 and have enjoyed every moment of it. A lot has changed since I began in the business back in the cut and paste days, but a lot has stayed the same. Our job is to keep our community informed.
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Recent Work by Carolyn

Wildsight calls for moratorium on logging in core caribou habitat

Wildsight calls for moratorium on logging in core caribou habitat

Nominate a conservation champion for Wildsight’s Ellen Zimmerman Award

Nominate a conservation champion for Wildsight’s Ellen Zimmerman Award

The award was established to support those who work for conservation and environmental education in the Columbia Headwaters region, from Canal Flats to the Mica Dam.
Bears could emerge early this year: WildSafeBC

Bears could emerge early this year: WildSafeBC

It’s time to think about managing wildlife attractants
Sweet victory: B.C. schoolteacher wins the Great Canadian Baking Show

Sweet victory: B.C. schoolteacher wins the Great Canadian Baking Show

Creston’s Loïc Fauteux-Goulet serves up Torta Diplomatica, Passionfruit Mille Crepe Cake for win
Columbia River Revelstoke’s Clovechok to seek re-election

Columbia River Revelstoke’s Clovechok to seek re-election

Man dies while cutting trees for firewood near Elko

Man dies while cutting trees for firewood near Elko

The men were cutting trees in a remote location in the Kootenays
October’s arrival means it’s time for winter tires

October’s arrival means it’s time for winter tires

Designated highways require winter tires or chains from Oct. 1 to March 31, other routes to April 30
Winter tires required by October 1

Winter tires required by October 1

Designated highways require winter tires or chains from Oct 1 to March 31, other routes to April 30
“We cannot reconcile without speaking the same words”: Ktunaxa language course offered

“We cannot reconcile without speaking the same words”: Ktunaxa language course offered

The Ktunaxa language is traditionally spoken by the peoples of of the Ktunaxa Nation, which covers approximately 70,000 square kilometres within the Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, and historically included parts of Alberta, Montana, Washington, and Idaho.
Man sparks police chase after failing to stop at Canadian border in Kootenays

Man sparks police chase after failing to stop at Canadian border in Kootenays

Loaded hand gun found in vehicle after arrest; eight charges laid
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