Long term watchers of Global Okanagan may recognize Kimberly as the former North Okanagan bureau reporter.
Following her stint at what was then CHBC, Kimberly moved to Cranbrook, where she began “On The Rocks Productions”, a video/editing company that allowed her to produce reports from the East Kootenay For the CTV network.
Kimberly is from Saskatchewan, and received her Broadcast Journalism training at Mt. Royal College in Calgary. She’s worked in radio in Cranbrook, Saskatoon and Swift Current, as well as at CTV Lethbridge.
Over the years, Kimberly’s enjoyed being part of several theatre companies, taking on various roles on stage, and dabbling in film.
She’s happy to continue her career at Global Okanagan, as an anchor/producer.
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Three properties in the Central Okanagan Regional District that were on evacuation alert were upgraded to an evacuation order. Continue reading →