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They’ve been rehearsing all fall and winter and now opening night is only a few days away. Are you ready for Les Mis,Kimberley? Selkirk and McKim students are ready to present it to you beginning Wednesday, February 13. See page 5 for another student-view story on the experience, and watch Tuesday’s Bulletin for a special behind-the-scenes photo page.

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Member-Palooza planned for Saturday, February 16 C AROLYN GR ANT

After a year off to reorganize, the Kimberley Summer Theatre Board is hard at work preparing for not one, but two, productions

this summer. The shows — titles have not yet been announced — will play Centre 64 for more than 20 performances and the larger McKim Theatre for nine performances. The Society is also in the middle of a membership drive and they hope to entice you out to an evening on Saturday, February 16 to learn more about the upcoming productions and about the

Society in general. Who knows? It could be something you would very much enjoy being involved with. Billed as Member-Palooza, and running from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Dance Studio at Centre 64, the evening will feature performances by local talent, door prizes, refreshments and socializing. Meet the current board members and talk about the plans for

this summer. While the shows are not yet announced pending royalty approval, a producer has been hired, as well as a director for one of the shows. Casting will be beginning soon in preparation for a very busy summer of live theatre. Please RSVP by February 12 to 250-427-4561 if you plan to attend

It has now been 11 weeks since Peter Moody and Susan Bond encountered a grizzly sow and her cubs about 40 minutes from their home on LD Ranch Road, north of Kimberley. The attack left Peter and Susan with multiple lacerations, bites and puncture wounds on their heads, Peter Moody, back on skis arms, legs and for the first time, January 6, torsos. The in2013. juries put them in hospital in Cranbrook and Calgary for a total of 12 days. They have been at home since early December. Peter is recovering well, with the scars on his head and arms becoming less noticeable. He still has difficulty focusing his left eye, near where the bear swiped him, and will be consulting an opthamologist. A massage therapist is treating a lower back problem resulting, he thinks, from the bear’s weight on top of him. Still, he recently began driving into town during daylight hours, and since the New Year has been getting out most days to do a short loop around the house on cross-country skis. Susan was more severely injured and her recovery is progressing more slowly.

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Kimberley Dance Academy acro class The Kimberley Dance Academy has been a very busy place this year with several new programs well under way. Under the guidance of Director Leslie Lindberg and coach Kristen Sharpe, the acrobatic dance program in only 14 weeks is producing some amazing skills and talent. Check out some of the acro kids in action.


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Criminal-turned-agent to testify Prosecutor outlines alleged conspiracy by rivals to kill Cranbrook drug dealer BY C AM FORTEMS Kamloops Daily News Staff Reporter

A man with a criminal past who signed on to become a police agent is expected to be a key witness in a murder conspiracy trial in B.C. Supreme Court. Crown prosecutor Ann Katrine Saettler outlined for a 14-person Kamloops jury Wednesday a conspiracy by rivals to kill Cranbrook drug dealer Douglas Mahon. The planned killing of Mahon, for $10,000, was allegedly a bid to settle a score and control the drug trade in the Kootenay region of B.C. Lonnie Adams, Lorne Carry and Colin Correia are charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Carry is also charged with possession and attempt to transfer an AK47-like automatic rifle, while Correia is charged with possessing and attempting to transfer a restricted handgun. The trial is scheduled to

span more than three months. In her opening statement to the jury, Saettler said the police agent who agreed to work closely with RCMP is John Garry Shank, a man with a heroin habit who spent time in federal jail. Shank was arrested by RCMP in November 2009, after he walked away from a halfway house while on parole. Police found him with a loaded machine gun in his trailer. Saettler said his parole was revoked and he was sent back to Kent Institution. While in jail, “something astounding happened,” Saettler said — Shank agreed to work with police as an agent. The prosecutor said at various times Carry, Adams and Correia conspired with the police agent to kill Mahon. Shank wore a recording device — a wire — in a number of meetings. “The accused, along with a person named Steve or Stevo, were involved in the drug trade in Cranbrook,” Saettler said. “The object was to control the drug trade in the East Kootenays.” The prosecutor said Adams was Stevo’s “right-hand man” and both reported to a Vancouver contact in the il-

“The prosecutor said Adams was Stevo’s “right-hand man” and both reported to a Vancouver contact in the illegal drug trade. Carry and Correia orchestrated drug deals for them in the East Kootenay, including Cranbrook, Invermere and Kimberley.”

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and Adams, lying on the ground. Another employee told Davison that Munroe had been shot. The bar manager said she asked Munroe if he needed an ambulance, but he declined medical help. The trial is scheduled to continue Thursday. Also on Wednesday the Crown entered as

exhibits records from Telus of calls and text messages made between mobile phones. In addition to the judge, jury and three defendants in the courtroom were as many as six sheriffs. Six lawyers, including two Crown and four defence lawyers, are involved in the trial. Justice Dev Dley told jurors at the outset that while 14 are being chosen, a maximum of 12 will decide the fate of the three men. The higher number is being used in case any jurors have to drop out. If 14 remain at the end of the trial, two will be taken out via a draw and will not decide on the verdict.


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Somewhat timely with the release of the major motion picture of the same name, students of all ages have been rehearsing in the McKim Theatre since school began in September putting together an elaborate musical production of “Les Miserables” (Music/ Claude-Michel Schonberg, Libretto/ Herbert Kretzmer). Set in 19thcentury revolutionary France it tells the life story of ex-convict “Jean Valjean”, played by Gustaf Hagland, and his struggles for Declan Armstrong plays redemption as he is pursued Gavroche. by the menacing guard and police constable “Javert”, Victor Hugo the audience is played by baritone Gaëtan introduced to the various people affecting Valjean’s life and Boué. Adapted from the novel by how the political situation of

the times made life an ethical gauntlet of daily survival. It is a poignant and touching, yet exciting story complete with romance, black comedy and epic battles. We caught up with the youngest principle actor/singer Declan Armstrong (age 9) to get the “skinny” on some of the behind the scenes goings-on. Hi Declan, can you tell us a little about the character you’re playing? Declan: Well, his name is Gavroche and he is kind of a thief/beggar, but he is also involved with the revolutionaries. What’s the best part of playing Gavroche? Declan: I love that my character dies. To be Gavroche I have to feel like the king of the

world in order to play his character well, which is fun. How much time have all you guys had to put in to get the production ready? Declan: We have had to practice a lot at home and at the school with Mr. Heyde and Mr. McCue. We practice three times a week and at home. At home I have a practicing ritual that involves listening to the song on the cd and reading the script at the same time. I sing with the CD and the script to memorize it. We are now practicing dress rehearsals with the orchestra. Has doing the play given you an appreciation for people living in France at that time? Declan: I am glad that I did not live during that time, during war and during a time

where people smoked and everything was scrubby and dirty. I am very lucky. You perform with many others in the production. What can you tell us about them? Declan: The actors and singers all can sing really well. The chorus is awesome and the principles are great: Gustaf, who plays Valjean is very good at blocking and acting; Gaëtan plays Javert and he is a very good singer; Blake Sharpe (Thenardier) and Jordan Anderson (Mme. Thernardier) both have awesome characters. They add comedy to the show. Connor Klassen (Marius) and Aria Siega (Cosette) harmonize well. Devin Fikis (adult Eponine) has an awesome voice; Jessica Gareau (young Eponine) is very good

at character and Emery (young Cosette) has good character and expression. Thanks for spending time telling us about “Les Mis”, do you have anything to add? Declan: I really enjoy being part of the cast and spending time learning about acting, singing and how a play works. It is work...but lots of fun. I hope people come to watch the performances. There you have it and it promises to be very exciting! The show runs from February 13-16 at 7:30pm at McKim Theatre with an extra matinee on Saturday, February 16 at 2:00pm. Tickets are available at McKim Middle School office in Kimberley and Lotus Books in Cranbrook.

Road to recovery after grizzly attack From Page 1 The right side of her face — eye and cheekbone — was badly damaged, and required reconstruction by Calgary plastic surgeon Dr. William de Haas. Her facial scars have healed exceptionally well but her right eye needs more healing time and remains closed. Dr. de Haas also repaired her left arm, which was cut badly below the elbow, and right leg, which was deeply gashed above the knee and had the hamstring severed. Wounds on her arm have healed; the leg is taking more time. But she manages to get around the house with a cane and even gets outside for walks down the driveway with the aid of ski poles. And she’s working with physiotherapists to get the knee and leg back in shape. Susan says she is learning to temper her early expectations of a fast, painless recovery with the realities of the healing process. “I’m learning that in terms of recovery for the kinds of injuries I have, two or three months is not a long time,” she said. “I’m now hoping that by spring I’ll be seeing better and walking unaided. I am a patient and I have to be patient. “Some days it’s difficult but what keeps up going is the huge and amazing outpouring of concern and support from our family, from friends, even from acquaintance,” Susan said.

“They drive us to medical appointments, shovel snow, plow the driveway, bring meals, run errands. It’s so heartening to be the recipient of that kind of affection and good will.” Peter says that even while they were in hospital, his son Guy would sit by their bedsides with his laptop and read daily email messages from friends. “It made a real difference for our mental health to know that people were rooting for us.” Both of them can’t say enough about the care they have received. “From the moment the ambulance arrived, we’ve had outstanding medical care,” Susan said. “It kicked in to high gear for us and it hasn’t stopped. Home care, physio, referrals to specialists — it’s all there when we need it.” “It’s the Canadian health care system at its best,” Peter said. An event such as Susan and Peter experienced leaves emotional as well as physical scars, and both are dealing with them as best they can. Asked if she felt she could enjoy hiking as much as she did before, Susan was hesitant. “Right now I’d say no, but it’s not something I really have to deal with until I can walk properly. We’ve talked about being out in the bush again and we both recognize that we are fearful. I think it will take an effort to get back outside. Our friends

and neighbours have said that when the time comes, we’ll go out in a group.” “One of the things the psychologist at the Foothills talked about was taking baby steps,” Peter said. “My son Guy said that a baby step is looking out the window when you get home, and just enjoying the view. Another baby step is walking outside the house. Another is skiing around the garden. Another will be venturing out a little further.” Another aspect of dealing with the experience is to learn from it. Peter and Susan have been reading books and articles, meeting with knowledgeable people and examining their own responses to try to understand why the attack happened where it did, and if there was anything they should have done differently. One thing they have learned is that the situation they walked into was almost certain to result in a bear attack. “Everything we’ve read recently says the combination of a close sudden encounter with a grizzly sow and cubs feeding on a carcass is the most dangerous scenario in bear-human encounters,” Susan said. “As CO Jared Connatty told us, ‘You guys had a triple whammy that day.’ “We had no warning. There were no tracks, no ravens circling over the carcass. The creek was making noise. We

weren’t talking. We came upon the bears suddenly, at very close range, and they had been feeding on their deer kill.” In his analysis of the attack, Conservation Officer Connatty noted: “The two victims approached the location from the east along the north shoreline of Mather Creek and as a result had little to no indication of bear presence until the confrontation occurred on site. The offending bear(s) were bedded either directly west or slightly north west of the attack site just inside the fringe of the dense riparian cover as the two victims came within close proximity of the food cache. With dense bush cover limiting visibility and the sound of running water masking other noises, the two hikers unknowingly confronted the bear(s) within close proximity instigating a surprised/defensive response by the sow. It is concluded that the sow grizzly was responsible for the attack and the following being the reasoning(s) for the response: 1) A reactionary response to a surprised encounter. 2) A defensive response with regards to protection of cubs. 3) A defensive response with regards to the protection of a food source.” With this in mind, no history on the bears, and the knowledge that the sow and cubs had left the

area, the team of East Kootenay COs who investigated the attack decided not to pursue the animals. Susan and Peter agree with that decision. They believe the bear was only doing what instinct told her to do, and was only as aggressive as necessary. “In the bear’s defence, as soon as she saw we weren’t a threat, she left us alone,” said Susan. “It wasn’t an off-thecuff decision not to kill her,” Peter said. “The COs determined the bear’s behaviour was predictable. It seemed she checked me out and saw I wasn’t resisting. She went back over to Susan, had one last go at her, then backed off. Her behaviour was defen-

sive, not predacious. “She was doing what she had to do,” Peter said. “It happened. Let’s move on. I have to live for the present and the future.” In Tuesday’s Bulletin,

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Richard III and other tyrants Y ou can hear them shouting it in the horrible mobile-phone footage of the mob killing the wounded, befuddled Muammar Gaddafi: “Not the face, don’t touch the face.” They weren’t feeling sorry for the dying dictator of Libya. They just wanted to make sure that his corpse was recognisable. A lot of people would not feel safe, and some other people would not give up fighting for him, until they were sure he was really dead. They probably yelled the same thing while they were killing King Richard III on a battlefield near Leicester in 1485. He had only been on the English throne for two years when Henry Tudor came back from exile and overthrew him in the Battle of Bosworth, but it was essential that many witnesses saw and recognised his corpse. Otherwise there would be endless rebels claiming to be Richard and trying to overthrow the new king. In fact, we can be pretty certain that the men who killed Richard III were indeed ordered to spare his face, because they have now found Richard’s remains under a car-park in the centre of Leicester. His face is pretty much intact, even though the rest of his skull is a mess. You have to be sure that the old dictator is dead before you give your allegiance to the new dictator. They initially suspected it was Richard III because they were digging up the carpark to examine the foundations of the medieval Church of the Greyfriars, which is where he was buried. They were further persuaded because the skeleton’s spine was twisted by scoliosis in a way that would have made him look hunch-backed, as every account says that the last of the Plantagenet kings did.

Then they did a computer reconstruction of what the skull would have looked like with flesh on it, and used 3D printing to built up a plastic model that closely resembles near-contemporary portraits of the king. And finally they matched up his mitochondrial DNA with that of Canadian Michael Ibsen, who is descended from Richard’s sister, Anne of York. Yup, it’s Richard III — and here’s how he died. There is a fist-sized chunk gone from the base of the skull where a heavy, Gwynne sharp-bladed weapon, Dyer most likely a halberd (basically, an axe at the end of a pike) had sliced right through the bone and into the brain. Just below it is a smaller hole, probably made by a sword, that penetrated the bone and entered the brain. Either wound would have killed him in less than a minute. There are about a dozen other wounds, most probably inflicted after he died, but only two small ones on his face. A mob of foot-soldiers — the people who killed him were using infantry weapons — enthusiastically took part in the slaughter, but they left him recognisable. It all fits with the accounts that he was unhorsed in a cavalry melee and then surrounded and killed by Tudor infantry. “A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!” William Shakespeare has him cry as they close in, and that has the ring of truth. So Henry Tudor became Henry VII, to be succeeded by Henry VIII, the closest that English history has ever come to a Stalin figure, and then by “Bloody Mary”, and then Queen Elizabeth I (“Good Queen Bess”), while Richard III became Shakespeare’s most monstrous villain, plotting and murdering his way across three of the Bard’s best-known plays.

It was all pro-Tudor propaganda: Shakespeare, who wrote most of his plays during Elizabeth’s reign, was not fool enough to question the legitimacy of the Tudor dynasty, or to praise its enemies. We don’t know whether Richard III was really as bad as Shakespeare painted him, but he was undoubtedly pretty bad, because they all were: medieval politics was ruthless and bloody. The temptation is to say that nothing much has changed. Gaddafi was also a monster and a killer, and he died in about the same way (except for the horse). History just repeats itself in different clothing, and things are as bad as they ever were. The temptation should be resisted. Violence still works the same way it always did, but there is far less of it around. Even allowing for the great wars of the last century, the proportion of the population that dies violently now is ten times lower than it was in medieval times. Tyrants still get overthrown violently, but more of them are removed by non-violent means, and there are fewer of them around anyway. Nor are they just succeeded by other tyrants. After Gaddafi’s death, Libya held free elections, and it now has a normal civilian government. One that has a lot of work to do to restore order in the country after 42 years of Gaddafi’s tyranny and incompetence, to be sure, but it is making progress. There’s that dirty word again: “progress”. We’re not supposed to believe in that any more. What about terrorism? What about the “structural violence” of capitalism? “Progress” smacks of cultural imperialism, and even worse, it’s naive. Okay. You go and live in the 15th century. I’ll just stay here and hold your horse. Gwynne Dyer is an independent journalist based in London.

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Jim Cameron Cannon to right of them, cannon to left of them, Cannon in front of them volley’d and thunder’d; Storm’d at with shot and shell; boldly they rode and well, Into the jaws of Death; into the mouth of Hell rode the six hundred From “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson


is remembered as one of the most stunningly heroic, stupendously pointless and ultimately disastrous cavalry charges in the history of modern warfare. That day in October, 1854, when, among others, the horseman of the 8th Hussars Light Brigade charged pell-mell down the field at Balaclava to try to retake British cannons captured by the Russian army. And what has that to do with our fair city of Cranbrook, you ask? Well, it’s about the odds. If not for a military whim, the odds would have been six to one in favour of our town making its scheduled appearance on the map at the proper moment. You see, there is good reason to believe that our founding father, James Baker, was to take part in the cavalry charge that saw 673 horsemen attack and some 120 die — roughly one out of every six. It has been recorded by reputable authors over the years that James, serving in the Light Brigade at the time, was reassigned to General Raglan’s staff at the last moment and therefore missed joining his fellows on their fateful ride into history. Instead, he lived to tell the tale — which he apparently rarely, if ever, did — and went on to found our present day community, but that is getting somewhat ahead of the story. James Baker, one of seven siblings, was the youngest of four brothers born to Samuel Baker and Mary Dobson. Although ultimately less acclaimed than his brothers Valentine and Samuel Jr., he certainly contributed his share to the propagation of the Baker family name. This is readily apparent in and around our town of Cranbrook when you observe Baker Mountain or tour the Baker Hill heritage district looking at the dense shrubbery or contemplate the slow dissolve of Mt. Baker School or stop at the Mt. Baker Hotel for a beverage, or walk by the Baker Home in Baker Park and wonder, perhaps, how it is that a city park went from a 125-year-old historic green-space to a senior’s housing development or drop into the Baker Hill Dental Clinic (if they take drop-ins) or the Baker Hill Heritage B & B or the Mount Baker RV Park or the Bakery department of your local supermarket which is possibly the only thing in Cranbrook that isn’t somehow related to James Baker, even though it theoretically is. James Baker is such an integral part of our community that we have erected a statue in his honour on Baker Street (Cran-

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Cranbrook town founder James Baker, no doubt trying to make sense of this article. brook’s Baker Street, not Nelson’s) except the statue is of a small elephant. Ah well, it is a statue and, if nothing else, those of us historically inclined and overly imaginative might envision James’ brother Sir Samuel sitting astride a much larger elephant (except it was a camel) as he makes his way through the wild African jungle on his journey to discover Lake Albert above the Nile. Or perhaps his brother Valentine as he sits astride his elephant (except it was a white horse) leading his men into battle. Or perhaps his grandfather Valentine riding an elephant (except it was a small 1-gun British sloop) to confront a much, much larger French frigate of 342 guns which the little ship soundly thrashes to great acclaim throughout the kingdom and to the complete mortification of the French captain and crew. Or perhaps Captain Vancouver’s navigation officer Joseph Baker, great-uncle to James Baker, who, upon his trusty elephant (only it was the ship “Discovery”), spots a rather large outcropping in Washington State which his captain promptly names “Mt. Baker”. You see, in terms of English history the Baker family has been around for a long time and have largely been associated with aristocracy and money and large land holdings and wise business dealings and numerous adventures and occasional scandals and many books on how to improve things such as the British Army and

Abyssinia and wild beasts and Turkey (the country, not the bird) and a whole lot more. So, even though our only civic statue is in memory of a rogue elephant (no offense to Cranbrook Ed, who certainly deserves the recognition) it may, with a little imagination, represent more than that. Perhaps we may imagine James himself astride the elephant as he headed up the heights of Balaclava to join blundering British commander Lord Raglan in observing the flower of English youth ride blindly and brilliantly into death and chaos for God and country and minimum wages. James may have thanked his lucky stars on that particular day. He may have thought, “Now that I have miraculously escaped that brew-up I will go on to study at Cambridge and eventually travel to the wilds of British Columbia to start a farm that will become a town that will become a city that will become the subject of this article.” In truth, he stayed on in Crimea fighting with the army for a time, along with his brother Valentine and joined briefly by his brother Samuel but not by his brother John, who settled more or less permanently in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) to oversee one of the large family plantations, but we are getting ahead of the story yet again. In fact we are so far ahead of the story that we will have to give it a week to catch up.

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CHAMPIONS: A young Cranbrook hockey team went to Spokane with nine skaters and one goalie, and played in a 14-team tournament last weekend. The boys won their three games with 31 goals for, and four against. They were scoring machines, with a relentless forecheck that ground the other teams down. They met another undefeated team from Trail in the final. No other team had scored on them in the tourney, so they felt pretty good - until they met the Purple Nurples. The team lit up their opponents with five goals, and won the tourney with a 5-1 victory. The boys carried themselves like perfect ambassadors the entire weekend. Pictured above, left to right, back to front: Coach Tom, Chase, Gavin, Matt, Nick, Rylie, and Nathan. Front: Aiden, Drake, Carter, and Lex. Missing: Coach Bernie.


Ice look to build off Lethbridge win TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

After hearing stories from his older brother about Ryan McGill, Kootenay Ice forward Jordyn Boyd is getting the first-hand experience this year. Jordyn’s older brother, Dustin, played four seasons in the WHL with the Moose Jaw Warriors, and got selected 98th overall in the third round of the NHL draft by the Calgary Flames. He eventually made the jump into the AHL when he was 20 years old in 2006 and played under McGill with the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights. The elder sibling by eight years, Dustin stuck with McGill for the franchise’s relocation to Illinois, which changed into the Quad City Flames, before graduating into the NHL with the Calgary Flames. McGill joined Dustin for a bit of the 2009-10

season as an assistant coach in Calgary, before the latter was traded to the Nashville Predators for a draft pick on deadline day. Dustin is now over in Kazakstan, playing for Barys Astana of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). Jordyn, 18, admitted his older brother didn’t pass along any stories about his former coach, but told his younger sibling to expect an intense personality. That intensity has started to manifest as the team gets closer to the post season and guns for a playoff spot, which is just one step up in the rankings. “He’s pretty intense about it right now,” said Boyd, on what McGill is telling his players. “He doesn’t want us goofing around as much. He wants us to be focused for practices and games and he just wants us to work as hard as we can

“He wants us to be focused for practices and games and he just wants us to work as hard as we can and do whatever we can to win. ” Jordyn Boyd and do whatever we can to win.” The team has had a week off to rest before hitting up a stretch of three games in three nights—two home dates with the Spokane Chiefs and Moose Jaw Warriors, before meeting the Tigers in Medicine Hat on Sunday. It was against Spokane that Kootenay’s run of seven straight wins began after the Christmas break, before it was snapped by the same opponents two weeks later. “They’re a highly

skilled team, really fast and they’ve got a couple of offensive defencemen that we got to be aware of, jumping in the rush,” said Boyd, “so we just got to do what we did against Lethbridge—keep the game as simple as we can and just stick to the basics that Ryan tries to get us to perform out onto the ice, and if we do that, we should be able to come out with the win.” Spokane had a fourgame losing skid snapped with a 5-0 win against the Rockets on Wednesday, but will head into Cranbrook for only one road game before heading back down across the border. The Warriors, which at one point, were on the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings, have climbed back into 10th place—one rung below the Ice. Kootenay’s last outing, a 3-0 shutout of the Hurricanes at home, was

a good way to bounce back from two road losses to Edmonton and Red Deer last week, added Boyd. “I thought against Lethbridge, we played an all around good game, right from Skapper all the way to our top front end player, Sam,” said Boyd. “We were moving the puck around well down low. Even us as a fourth line, I thought we were getting chances out there and our defence was just strong and not letting anything through.” ICE NOTES: Tanner Faith stepped out for a brief skate on Thursday’s practice. The young defenceman is currently recovering from an upper body injury and will be out for another week or two. Sam Reinhart has the WHL’s longest active point streak with a goal or an assist in each of the last 16 contests.

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Petan piling up points for Portland Winterhawks Scott Sepich Canadian Press

PORTLAND, Ore. It’s not a big shock that a member of the Portland Winterhawks leads the Western Hockey League in scoring. What is rather surprising is the name at the top of the list. Many hockey observers expected the spot to be occupied by St. Louis Blues prospect Ty Rattie, whose 57 goals and 121 points last season were more than anyone returning to major junior hockey this season. Instead, it’s Rattie’s teammate, Nicolas Petan, who’s piling up huge numbers in his second year with the Winterhawks. Petan, a native of Delta, B.C., has recorded 36 goals and 94 points in 54 games for a Portland team that’s ranked No. 1 in the CHL and has a 43-8-1-2 record. Not bad for a guy who mostly served as a fourth-liner as a 16-year-

old rookie and failed to record a point in 22 playoff games last season. Petan’s meteoric rise has taken the five-footnine, 165-pound centre from off the NHL draft radar to a potential firstor second-round selection this summer. And to think, Petan nearly played soccer instead of hockey. “I had to make a choice when I was 11 to go with one sport or the other,” Petan said this week. “I felt at that point that I wanted to just go for it with hockey.” The decision has paid off so far, as the 17-yearold Petan continues to climb the draft rankings. A big January included a goal in the CHL Top Prospects Game and WHL Player of the Month honours. He dismisses concerns that his size might make it tough to rise into the first round of the draft.

“I don’t think it’s a defect for me,” Petan said of his frame. “It’s actually been working for me, because I can work on things like getting stronger legs and creating more speed that help me get around the bigger guys.” As far as the draft goes, Petan has played second fiddle to Winterhawks teammate Seth Jones, who’s considered the top draft-eligible prospect this year. The attention paid to Jones has brought some extra exposure for Petan, and scouts are raving about his improved speed and determination compared to last season. “It was just about coming in after a hard-working summer and making that effort pay off,” he said. As a 16-year-old, Petan spent some time early in the season centring a line with Rattie and current Calgary

Flames forward Sven Baertschi. But when the Winterhawks made some trades to acquire veterans, he found himself on the fourth line. Petan did contribute a respectable 14 goals and 35 points as a rookie, but went without a point in a post-season run that ended with a loss in Game 7 of the WHL final to Edmonton. Petan now plays with Brendan Leipsic - who is a similar size - and the slightly bigger Rattie on a line that’s perhaps the smallest in the league, but also the most dominant at even strength. Petan’s plus-54 rating leads the WHL, and he’s on pace to threaten the Portland franchise record of plus-75 posted by Andrew Ference in 1997’98. Leipsic (92 points) and Rattie (75 points) are second and fourth in the WHL in scoring, respectively, and each member

of the trio seems to know where the others will be at all times. Their chemistry is astonishing for a group that hadn’t played together until this season. “The three of us started staying after practice and working on our passing and just developing a familiarity with each other,” said Petan. “Our physicality isn’t quite there, but we make up for it by playing mentally strong.” Though skill is his clear strength, Petan would rather talk about the strides he’s made defensively - something that’s earned him regular shifts on the penalty kill this season. In the most recent off-season, Portland coach Mike Johnston challenged Petan to elevate his defensive game to earn more ice time in key situations. It worked, and Petan credits Johnston for pushing him to become

a better all-around player. Johnston was suspended for the rest of the season as part of sanctions handed out by the WHL against the Winterhawks in late November. The league charges that Portland provided illegal benefits to players in past seasons, and banned Johnston from all contact with the team through the post-season. The team was also fined $200,000 and docked nine bantam draft picks over the next five seasons. The Winterhawks have admitted to the violations, but dispute the heavy-handed punishment for things like providing flights for families to come watch their kids play in person. “It was a shocker when we heard about (the sanctions),” Petan said. “We were a bit quiet about it at first, but eventually we turned it into

Volleyball club hands out scholarships to local athletes Tre vor Cr awley Sports Editor

The East Kootenay Volleyball Club has handed out scholarships to local volleyballers Sam Scott and Scott Bedell in recognition of their contributions to the sport within the club and the community. Recipients must display dedication to the club through athletic abilities, leadership skills, commitment to coaching other age levels and attend a post-secondary institution as a full-time student and volleyball athlete. Sam played six seasons with the EKVC and has started to take on a

coaching role. Sam played with the College of the Rockies Avalanche in the 2009-10 season and traveled to Brazil in 2011 to coach beach volleyball to underprivileged children. He missed the following season due to a medical emergency that required surgery, but has been able to work towards a full recovery and returned to beach volleyball last year. Currently, Sam is in Calgary playing libero for SAIT. During his time with the EKVC, Sam coached two seasons of indoor volleyball and took a team to a silver medal performance at nation-

als. He also obtained his Level Two coaching certificate last summer in order to coach beach volleyball at the upcoming B.C. Summer Games. Scott Bedell played with the EKVC for five years, starting in U14 and eventually earned the Rich Wayling Memorial Scholarship. He was also named Mount Baker Secondary School’s best overall male athlete during his high school years. Scott currently plays for the College of the Rockies Avalanche, but helps out with fitness with the EKVC and looks forward to coaching when he can.

Bruins trade Tim Thomas to Islanders Ir a Podell Associated Press

NEW YORK - Veteran goalie Tim Thomas, who has said he won’t play this season, was traded by the Boston Bruins to the New York Islanders on Thursday for a conditional second-round draft choice either next year or in 2015. Thomas chose to take this season off following the NHL lockout and was suspended by the Bruins after he didn’t

report to training camp last month. The 38-yearold goalie is in the final season of a four-year deal that counts for $5 million against the salary cap. The Islanders have plenty of room to fit Thomas’ salary on their cap, and this deal provides financial flexibility for the Bruins. Boston was up against the upper salary limit of $70.2 million, with Thomas’ sala-

ry factored in, and New York is only marginally above the minimum payroll. NHL teams must be in full compliance of the salary cap by Friday, the 20th day of the league season. Thomas is unlikely to play for the Islanders this season or in the future. The draft pick conditions are expected to centre around whether or not he suits up for New York.

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something that’s made us closer.” A group that embraces social media, the Portland players have adopted the “#adversityhawks” hashtag on Twitter as a rallying cry for their season. With assistant coach Travis Green now at the helm, the Winterhawks haven’t missed a beat. Though the surging Kelowna Rockets are right behind first-place Portland in the Western Conference standings, the Winterhawks know a third straight trip to the league final is within their reach. After ending up on the losing end the last two seasons, Petan believes his team is ready to break through. “We feel we’ll get to that point again, and we know how to handle it now,” he said. “There’s no room for mistakes when it’s all on the line and I think we’ll be prepared for it.”

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Studies shed light on Earth-shaking crash that doomed dinosaurs Se th Borenstein Associated Press

WASHINGTON — New research pinpoints how the torch passed from one dominant creature on Earth to another, from the brutish dinosaur to the crafty mammal. Two studies published Thursday in the journal Science better explain the Earth-shaking consequences of a catastrophic cosmic collision 66 million years ago when a comet or asteroid smashed into the Gulf of Mexico.

The crash seemed to end the reign of the dinosaurs. And it gave way to the age of mammals that probably started with a cute squirrel-like critter and eventually led to us, the researchers report. “I think it’s fair to say, without the dinosaurs having gone extinct, we would not be here,’’ said Paul Renne, director of the Berkeley Geochronology Center, who led the research on the dinosaurs and cosmic crash. The dinosaurs’ disappearance “essen-

tially releases the little timid mammals to become the big guys.’’ Renne demonstrated how the timing of the cosmic crash exquisitely matches the disappearance of the slow-footed dinosaurs of Jurassic Park fame. His findings provide more evidence for the theory that an extraterrestrial crash was most responsible for the extinction of dinosaurs. Scientists have long thought that there were 200,000 years between the big crash and the


























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Annie’s Mailbox by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: I lost my beautiful daughter to suicide six months ago. A strong and able firefighter, she was also extremely active in her community. Naturally, I leaned on my mother for consolation, but I didn’t find it. Instead, my mother was distant and uninterested in my pain. It was an effort even to get her to attend my daughter’s memorial service. She said it would be hypocritical to go, because she hadn’t spoken to my daughter for years. I can’t recall what hurt my mother so much that she decided never to speak to my daughter again. Now she says she doesn’t want to hear from me until I am feeling better. I am well aware of my mother’s inability to talk about things that cause her pain. However, I don’t believe pushing me out of her life solves anything. My mother told me she doesn’t approve of the way I expressed myself angrily to people who claimed to be friends of my daughter but proceeded to spread ugly lies about her past. In my grief, I confronted these people and protected my daughter as any parent would have. My mother told me to get mental health assistance, and she refuses to speak to me. I sought advice from a psychologist, who said I seem very aware of everyone’s feelings and there is nothing wrong with me. I simply need time to heal. She thinks my mother is acting unreasonably. Not only did I lose my only child, but I also lost my mother when I needed her most. Is there anything I can do to make her understand how painful this is? -- Heartbroken Dear Heartbroken: Our deepest condolences on the loss of your daughter. Your mother sounds incapable of showing sympathy or providing consolation. She may also be feeling guilty for never having reconciled with her granddaughter, believing that there was plenty of time to do so. We cannot make your mother a more compassionate human being. We can only recommend that you get grief counseling and find support through The Compassionate Friends ( at 1-877-969-0010, an organization for parents whose children have died. Dear Annie: My parents have always favored my oldest brother. My other two siblings and I all feel this way, so it’s pretty much a given. My parents and I have never had an easy relationship. While I’ve obeyed their rules, maintained their standards and respected their wishes, I have never conformed to their ideals, so I’ve been branded as “rebellious.” When I confronted them about their favoritism, they absolutely denied treating my brother any better than the rest of us. They also told me I have a rebellious heart. How can I make them realize that they do indeed show favoritism, and that I am not rebellious? -- Tired of Favoritism Dear Tired: Those are tough challenges and will likely take a while to accomplish. Parents are reluctant to admit when they favor one child over another and often don’t see it. And it takes time and effort -- from all of you -- for parents to alter their perceptions of a child’s “nature.” Talk to your parents politely and calmly. Explain that you aren’t looking to be confrontational. Ask them to tell you more specifically what they need from you so you can work on it. We hope the honest question will open their minds and allow the relationship to improve. Dear Annie: I got a kick out of the comment from “Midwest Cook,” who exempted Brussels sprouts and sauerkraut from the “required” list of kids foods. Admittedly, sauerkraut can be hard to make appealing, but Brussels sprouts can be cooked in chicken broth to make them delicious. Our kids still request them. And kraut can be made exciting with just a bit more imagination. -- Mike in Hawaii Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To find out more about Annie’s Mailbox and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at COPYRIGHT 2013 CREATORS.COM

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Grace ain’t pretty: we want what we deserve


’ve often thought that the good news just isn’t fair. In other words, before it’s good news, it’s bad news. Why? Because it’s so totally what we don’t expect. We expect fair, and we get generous. We expect justice, and we get compassion. We expect “getting what you deserve,” and we get grace. Those words—generous, compassion, grace—sound great in general, but they’re not really what we want in life. We like to be able to earn our way, so that we’re not beholden, and we can control how things work in life. Or if there is grace in the world, it’s good if we’re the ones getting the grace. We’re not crazy when others get grace. They need to earn their good fortune. Nothing gets at this better than a story Jesus tells in Matthew’s gospel. This is what life is

like when God’s in charge, says Jesus. An employer goes out at 6 am to hire day labourers to work in the vineyard. They agree on the usual daily wage. At 9, the owner goes out again to hire more workers. The owner repeats this at noon, at 3 pm and again at 5 pm. At 6, when the day’s work is done, the workers come to collect their pay. He starts with those hired last, and gives them a full day’s wage. The ones hired at the beginning of the day notice this, and begin rubbing their hands in glee. Imagine the bonus they’re gonna get. But when the owner pays them the agreed wage, they begin to grumble. “These last guys worked only an hour, and you gave them the same pay as us. That’s not fair.” The owner replies, “I haven’t done anything wrong. I paid you what

we agreed. Take your wage and go. If I choose to be generous, that’s not your business.” You can find the story in Matthew 20: 1–16. Is that fair? Well … no. It really isn’t. It’s too easy to say that the owner represents God, and God treats everyone this well. If you put yourself into the story, and identify with those who’ve been working all day long in the hot sun, you quickly sense how incredibly unfair the whole thing is. Wouldn’t you feel resentful after working all day and seeing someone else get the same amount of money for working just an hour? And that’s the problem with grace. It’s not fair. We live most of our lives expecting that the world is fair. Grace messes with all that and introduces an instability that is nearly intolerable. If those who only

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If all the world’s a party, Canada appears to be the unsmiling chaperone. In a new survey of young people in 17 countries - 1,000 respondents per nation, mainly in their 20s and 30s Canada ranked among the lowest on the planet when it came to frequency of fun. Canucks reported just 9.9 days per month in which they truly had a good time, ahead of only the French, Belgians, Russians and Poles, who claimed 9.7, 8.8, 6.7 and 5.3 fun days, respectively. Topping the list of pleasure-seeking nations was Argentina, at 14.8 days per month, followed by Mexico (13.7), Turkey (13), Spain (12.9) and Germany (12.1). Americans followed closely behind, at 11.7. “While all the Mexicans and Argentinians are out dancing in fountains, Canadians are tucked safely at home with a glass of warm milk,” said Peter Freedman, a spokesman for, which conducted the survey. Italy, the U.K., the Netherlands, Brazil, Switzerland and Thailand were also among the nations whose report-

ed fun days topped those of Canada. Their average numbers spanned 10.2 to 11.6. “When research shows that even the Swiss are having more fun than you, it’s an alarming sign,” said Freedman, laughing. The online survey isn’t scientific; the sample is limited to users of the social network and isn’t statistically representative of each country’s population. But its sheer size offers an interesting snapshot of how generations X and Y are approaching leisure time - not to mention the correlation between temperature and joie de vivre. Freedman, himself a Canadian, admits to spending “a lot of time sighing heavily into a cup of coffee.” “There’s an old joke that asks, `What do Canadians do for fun and excitement?’, to which the answer is, `Leave Canada,’” he said. “I always thought it was cruel slander but our study suggests there may be something to it.” The 17,000-person poll was fielded online among users in December 2012 and January 2013. No margin of error is stated.

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Business/OfďŹ ce Service

Business/OfďŹ ce Service

Merchandise for Sale



Misc. Wanted

Apt/Condo for Rent

Apt/Condo for Rent

Local Coin Collector Buying Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins + Coin Guy: 778-281-0030

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent 1 BDRM apartments available for rent. Hydro and heat included. $450.-$625./mo. + DD. Cranbrook. (250)417-5806

Open House

2BDRM, 1 1/2 BATH Willow View apartment for rent, in Canal Flats. Great view, 2 parking stalls, F/S, D/W. Walking distance to arena, park and store. $775 + utilities & D.D., references required. Available immediately. Call (250)349-5306 or (250)489-8389, leave mess.


3 bedrooms, large sunny lot, plenty of parking and plenty of potential, possible investment property or reno project. K217760 $139,900 Hosted by Melanie Walsh.



Open House




â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;REDUCEDâ&#x20AC;? - A hidden gem. 10 acres of privacy. Over 3300 sq ft of country living on 3 floors. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Come see for yourself! K216080 $549,900. Hosted by Harry G.



Business/OfďŹ ce Service

12:00-12:30 3178 King Street $299,000 )PTQJUBM$SFFL DMPTFUPUPXO GVMM CBTFNFOU ,3PC4UBOH



Contact these business for all your service needs!


Trades, Technical

Services Contractors




Pets & Livestock


To advertise using our â&#x20AC;&#x153;SERVICES GUIDEâ&#x20AC;? in the Cranbrook Daily Townsman, Kimberley Daily Bulletin and The Valley, call us at 250-426-5201, ext. 202.

BATEMANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Handyman Service 2 Guys, 2 Heads, 4 Experienced Hands. ~Home repairs and renovations. ~Snow removal. ~Senior discount.



HOME WATCH SERVICE Planning Winter Vacation?

Gone But Not


~We do: ~Home checks to validate insurance ~Snow removal ~Water Plants ~Cat care and more. BONDED & INSURED For Peace of Mind Home Vacancy.

Keep the Memory of Your Pet Alive with a Custom Memorial and/or Urn.

Call Melanie 250-464-9900

R.BOCK ELECTRICAL For reliable, quality electrical work

2373 Cranbrook St., Cranbrook 250-426-6278

*Licensed*Bonded*Insured* Residential, Commercial Service Work No Job Too Small! 250-421-0175

DUSTAY CONSTRUCTION LTD Canadian Home Builders Association Award Winning Home Builder Available for your custom home and renovation needs. You dream it, we build it! 250-489-6211

IS YOUR COMPUTER SLUGGISH OR HAVING PROBLEMS? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time for a tune-up! Why unplug everything, send away & wait when SuperDave comes into your home? Specializes in: *Virus/Spyware Removal, *Troubleshooting, *Installations, *PC Purchase Consulting. SuperDave offers affordable, superior service & most importantly; Honesty. SuperDave works Saturdays & evenings too! Call SuperDave (250)421-4044




Keeping your business on track . Over 15 years experience.

CUSTOM HOMES Established custom builder for over 30 years. Certified Journeyman Carpenters Reliable Quotes Member of the new home warranty program. Kevin 250-421-0110 Krister 250-919-1777 RESIDENTIAL

CLEANING SERVICES. *Trained Cleaning Professionals.* *Flexible cleaning times.* *Fully Insured & WCB.* *Available Evenings & Weekends.*



CALL: 426-5201 EXT. 202



Lyndell Classon

Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada ~Full Cycle Bookkeeping ~Accounts Payables and Receivables ~Payroll ~Your office or pick up service available

2:00-2:30 #6-118 23rd Avenue South $165,000 &YDFMMFOUDPSOFSUPXOIPVTF XMBSHFZBSE ,3PC4UBOH

cell: 250-919-7244 email:




â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sweeping the Kootenayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cleanâ&#x20AC;?

Chimney Sweeping Fireplace & Woodstove Servicing Visual Inspections and Installations Gutter Cleaning Available

3:00-3:30 124 18th Street $439,900 8IBUBWJFX(SFBUDIBSBDUFS 5IJTJTBNVTUTFF ,3PC4UBOH

Call for Free Estimate from a W.E.T.T Certified Technician

Cranbrook: 250-426-8211

Richard Hedrich 250-919-3643

Open Houses

11:00-12:00 4020 29th Street South $499,900 (FPUIFSNBM(PME$SFFLIPNFPO BDSFTXCESNCBUIT ,,BZUFF8IFBUPO

Apply to Jill Bellm 250-427-5176 fax

SHORE MECHANIC â&#x20AC;&#x201C; F/T Heavy Duty Mechanic Certificate or equivalent w/5 yrs exp. www.westcoast

Open Houses



Business/OfďŹ ce Service


available in Victoria Villas. Rent includes w/d and water. Starting at $776./mo plus electric. D/D starting at $388.00 N/P, N/S. 1 year lease. To view call 778-517-4517



1:00 to 2:00 pm #8, 700 Patterson St. W, Cranbrook $39,900 2 bdrm, 1 bath, torch on roof, newer furnace, hw tank, SlumbinJ, all Ă&#x20AC;oorinJ, bathroom reno's. K217403 Shelly Lepage

Apply to Jenn Bouchard jennbouchard@ 250-427-5176 fax

The Group Sales Co-ordinator position will report directly to the Sales Manager. The ideal candidate for the job will possess excellent customer service skills, and will be an excellent oral communicator. Meeting room set-up and take down does require some physical labour. Previous hotel front desk, or guest service experience is required. All potential candidates will be able to work alone, and promote a positive environment for our guests, and coworkers.

Heavy Duty Machinery

Heavy Duty Machinery






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Apt/Condo for Rent

Cars - Domestic

CEDAR PARK Apartments: 1&2 Bdrm. Elevator, on-site laundry, central location, live-in manager. Heat & hot water included. N/P, N/S. $675-$800/mo. (250)489-0134.

Trucks & Vans


KIMBERLEY, 2 BR apt for rent. Chapman Camp - backs onto Rails to Trails bike path. Great location, new flooring, includes utilities and covered parking. Laundry on-site. n/s, no pets. Avail Feb. 15. $650 / month. Call Bob at 250-4275132


2004 Pontiac Sunfire

Fully serviced, tune-up, safety inspected, 134,000 km.



EK Transmission Ltd. DL#29679

2001 Dodge 1500 Fully serviced, full tune-up, safety inspected, new front brakes.

Townhouses 3 Bedroom and 3 FULL Bathrooms Townhouse/Duplex in Radium Hotsprings Hardwood floors on main level, 6 appliances, fire place, small deck off dining room, landscaped for minimal maintenance, undeveloped basement that can be used for storage or kids play area/den. Available Immediately. $990 per month plus utilities. Call 403-9994093 or email

6,49500 DL#29679

1019 Kootenay St. N., $SBOCSPPL #$t



Fully serviced, safety inspected, complete tune-up.



EK Transmission Ltd. DL#29679


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Auto Financing

Trucks & Vans 2006 HONDA ODYSSEY Van. Low mileage, winter & summer tires/rims. Mechanical inspection report. $12,000./obo. 250-426-6618.

426-5201 427-5333


1019 Kootenay St. N., $SBOCSPPL #$t 2010 TOYOTA TACOMA SR5 4X4 DOUBLE CAB

PW, PL, PM, 6 disc CD, back-up cam, cruise, tonneau cover, hood deflector, roof rack, bed mat, side step bars and side window visors. Only 26,500 kms.

Call Ted 421-9586 $


Turn your clutter into cash with the Classifieds.

spring cleaning? Spring Classified Special -*/&4t%":4



Phone 250-426-5201 ext. 202

Cost of PROMOTING a little more than you planned for?

Try us! We have something the competition doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t â&#x20AC;&#x201C; daily coverage!

Need help?

EK Transmission Ltd.

2000 Dodge 1500

Fully loaded, executive driven, winter stored, one owner beauty. Hurry on this one.

Advertise in the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Meeting Placeâ&#x20AC;? in our classified ads.


1019 Kootenay St. N., $SBOCSPPL #$t

2007 Porsche Boxster

Look for love in all the right places!

Call and speak to one of our ad representatives... â&#x153;&#x201C; Cranbrook Daily Townsman (250) 426-5201 â&#x153;&#x201C; Kimberley Daily Bulletin (250) 427-5333

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Celebrating the people, places and businesses of our great area.

12 S 20 RD







2102 S 2012 DS RD

All Around Restaurant _________________________ Bakery_______________________________________ Breakfast ____________________________________ Buffet _______________________________________ Chinese Restaurant ____________________________ Chocolate Shop _______________________________ Coffee Shop __________________________________ Deli _________________________________________ Donut Shop __________________________________ Family Restaurant _____________________________ Ice Cream Shop _______________________________ Japanese Restaurant ___________________________ New Restaurant ______________________________ Pizza ________________________________________ Steak House __________________________________ Vegetarian Restaurant _________________________ Restaurant Service_____________________________ Server _______________________________________


12 S 20 RD




Appliance Store _______________________________ Bike Shop ____________________________________ Book Store ___________________________________ Bridal _______________________________________ Camera Shop _________________________________ Card Shop ___________________________________ Carpet/Flooring Store __________________________ Cellular Phone ________________________________ Children’s Wear _______________________________ Computer Retail ______________________________ Convenience Store_____________________________ Craft Shop ___________________________________ Department Store _____________________________ Dollar Store __________________________________ Fabric Store __________________________________ Floral Shop___________________________________ Formal Wear _________________________________ Furniture Store _______________________________ Gardening Centre _____________________________ Golf Store ____________________________________ Grocery Store_________________________________ Hardware Store _______________________________ Health Food __________________________________ Home Electronics _____________________________ Hot Tubs ____________________________________ Jewelery Store ________________________________ Lawn/Garden Equipment _______________________


Tell us your favourites

Simply fill out the ballot and submit to Cranbrook Daily Townsman, Kimberley Daily Bulletin or Kootenay Advertiser. With the assistance of Taylor Adams Chartered Accountants, the ballots will be tallied and the winners announced in late February, 2013 in a special commemorative Reader’s Choice Supplement celebrating the best our communities have to offer. Lighting _____________________________________ Linen ________________________________________ Lingerie______________________________________ Liquor Store __________________________________ Maternity Wear _______________________________ Mattress ____________________________________ Men’s Wear __________________________________ Motorcycle Shop ______________________________ Music Store __________________________________ New Car Dealer ______________________________ New Home Builder ____________________________ Office Supply Store ____________________________ Optical ______________________________________ Paint Store ___________________________________ Pet Store _____________________________________ RV Dealer____________________________________ Shopping Centre/area __________________________ Ski/Snowboard Shop___________________________ Sporting Goods _______________________________ Teen Clothing ________________________________ Tire Store ____________________________________ Thrift Store __________________________________ Toy Store ____________________________________ Pre-owned Vehicle Dealer ______________________ Water Store __________________________________ Wine and Beer Making_________________________ Women’s Wear ________________________________

Entertainment Amusement Centre ____________________________ Art Gallery ___________________________________ Billiards _____________________________________ Bingo________________________________________ Casino_______________________________________ Dance Studio _________________________________ Driving Range ________________________________ Lounge or Pub ________________________________ Outdoor Patio ________________________________ Place for Live Music ___________________________ Place to Dance ________________________________ Sports Bar____________________________________

Places Fitness Centre ________________________________ Golf Course __________________________________ Neighbourhood to live in _______________________ Park_________________________________________ Place for a First Date __________________________

Place for Karaoke _____________________________ Place for Yoga ________________________________ Place to Get Pampered _________________________ Place for a Walk ______________________________ Place to Ride Your Bike ________________________ Place to Take Visitors __________________________ Place to Take Your Dog ________________________ Toboggan Hill ________________________________

People City Councilor ________________________________ Bartender ____________________________________ Corporate Citizen _____________________________ Local Athlete _________________________________ Local Radio Personality ________________________ Radio Station _________________________________ Local Columnist ______________________________ Friendliest Staff _______________________________ Most Beloved Citizen __________________________ Local Political ________________________________ Local Charity _________________________________ Photographer _________________________________

Services Auto Body ___________________________________ Auto Service __________________________________ Auto Rental __________________________________ Best Use of Tax Dollars ________________________ Carpet Cleaner _______________________________ Computer Repair _____________________________ Dry Cleaner __________________________________ Equipment Rental _____________________________ Financial Institution ___________________________ Gas Station___________________________________ Hair Salon ___________________________________ Home Security Provider ________________________ Hotel/Motel __________________________________ Insurance ____________________________________ Internet Service Provider _______________________ Oil/Lube Shop ________________________________ Muffler Shop _________________________________ Pharmacy ____________________________________ Real Estate Agent _____________________________ Real Estate Company __________________________ Storage Rental _______________________________ Tanning Salon ________________________________ Travel Agency ________________________________

Drop off your entry before February 15th to be entered to win one of two

Name: _____________________________ prizes! $250 cash, plus one night accommodation at Trickle Creek Lodge and City/Town:_________________________ a Montana’s gift certificate or 2 rounds of golf at Wildstone Golf Course! Phone: _____________________________ 1510-2nd St. N., Cranbrook, V1C 3L2 335 Spokane St., Kimberley, V1A 1Y9 Email: _____________________________ 822 Cranbrook St., Cranbrook, V1C 3R9

On now at your BC Buick Dealers. 1-800-GM-DRIVE. Buick is a brand of General Motors of Canada.**/‡/*Offers apply to the purchase of a 2013 Buick Verano (R7A), 2013 Buick Enclave (R7A), 2013 Buick Encore (R7A) equipped as described. Freight included ($1,550). License, insurance, registration, PPSA, administration fees and taxes not included. See Dealer for details. Limited time offers which may not be combined with other offers, and are subject to change without notice. Offers apply to qualified retail customers in BC Buick GMC Dealer Marketing Association area only. Dealer order or trade may be required. GMCL, RBC Financial, TD Auto Financing Services or Scotiabank may modify, extend or terminate this offer in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. †† 3.49%/0% Purchase financing for 84/48 months on 2013 Buick Verano, Enclave / Encore on approved credit by TD Auto Financing Services/RBC Financial/Scotiabank. Rates from other lenders will vary. Down payment, trade and/or security deposit may be required. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Example: $10,000 at 3.49%/0% for 84/48 months, the monthly payment is $135/$209. Cost of borrowing is $1,286/$0, total obligation is $11,286/$10,000. Down payment and/or trade may be required. Monthly payments and cost of borrowing will also vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. ‡ Based on a 36 month lease for new (demonstrator not eligible) 2.5%2.9% advertised on 2013 Buick Verano/2013 Buick Enclave. Annual kilometer limit of 20,000km, $0.20 per excess kilometer. OAC by FinanciaLinx Corporation. Lease APR may vary depending on down payment/trade. Down payment or trade and security deposit may be required. Other lease options available. ≠For more information visit comes first, excludes medium duty trucks. See dealer for limited warranty details. ~ OnStar services require vehicle electrical system (including battery) wireless service and GPS satellite signals to be available and operating for features to function properly. OnStar acts as a link to existing emergency service providers. Subscription Service Agreement required. Call 1-888-4ONSTAR (1-888-466-7827) or visit for OnStar’s Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy and details and system limitations. Additional information can be found in the OnStar Owner’s Guide. † Valid at participating GM dealerships in Canada only. Retail customers only. Offer ranges from 750 to 3,000 AIR MILES® reward miles, depending on model purchased. No cash value. Offer may not be combined with certain other AIR MILES promotions or offers. See your participating GM dealer for details. Offer expires February 28, 2013. Please allow 4–6 weeks after the Offer end date for reward miles to be deposited to your AIR MILES® Collector Account. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate this Offer for any reason in whole or in part at any time without notice. Miles are issued by LoyaltyOne Inc. and are subject to the terms and conditions of the AIR MILES Reward Program. ®™Trademarks of AIR MILES International Trading B.V. Used under license by LoyaltyOne, Inc. and General Motors of Canada Limited.

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Call Chalet Chevrolet at 250-427-4895, or visit us at 1142 304th Street, Kimberley. [License #6340]









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Kimberley Daily Bulletin, February 08, 2013  

February 08, 2013 edition of the Kimberley Daily Bulletin

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