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Kyle Born writer profile
Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. Kyle enjoys writing in an engaging way as if you were having a conversation with him. He specializes in storytelling and isn’t afraid of asking the hard questions such as, “Where is your bathroom? I really need to go.” Kyle has held a variety of job titles through the years: radio announcer, voice actor, English teacher, delivery driver, missionary, wedding DJ, comedian and several other things that he may have forgotten because his memory isn’t always the best, which is why he writes things down. Kyle is from Abbotsford, B.C., but now lives in Cranbrook, B.C. with his super-amazing wife, Becky. They don’t have any pets because Kyle has allergies but if he sees you walking your dog he will stop and pet it because dogs are cool.
Most recent articles by Kyle Born
MIDAS (Metallurgical Industrial Development Acceleration and Studies) is a state-of-the-art prototyping and commercialization facility based in Trail, B.C.
Joy Global in Sparwood, B.C., has been acquired by Komatsu
AG Valley Foods in Invermere, B.C., won the 2017 Independent Grocer of the Year silver award
Mark Yancey, owner of Boulder Hut Adventures, discusses what’s changing within the skiing tourism industry
Jim Hymer, a 47-year veteran in the transportation industry, shares his wisdom on how to stay safe on the road this winter
Cranbrook’s Tamarack Centre has been the regional retail hub for the past 40 years
Creston Hotel and Jimmy’s Pub have undergone a radical modernization transformation
From home-brewing on a kitchen stove to Golden’s go-to brewery, Kent Donaldson is living the dream at Whitetooth Brewing Company
What does BC Hydro’s purchase of Waneta Dam mean for the West Kootenay? Trail mayor Mike Martin explains how the sale will affect the community
Erin Thompson and Brian Sondergaard are the owners of the new Kimberley Kritters Pet Boutique
Broken Paddle Restaurant (formerly BJ’s) has new menus and entertainment but the same charm it's always been known for.
Citadella in Radium Hot Springs serves authentic Hungarian food
Wally Eddy, Cranbrook’s ICBC-certified motorcycle instructor, reveals how to avoid blunders on your bike and pass the road test