Janet Mueller, owner of Olde Koots Vintage in Kimberley, gives her expertise on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to antiques
Kyle Born’s 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
Tammie Davy is the owner of Custom Real Estate Property Management in the Elk Valley and has some advice on how to invest in a second property
The East Kootenay branch of PropertyGuys.com is headed by Lisa Christopher and Amber Biberdorf
Bill Walker teaches a robotics program to students at Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook, B.C.
Road safety survival kits save lives. Here’s how you should stock yours.
The College of the Rockies Career and Job Fair is coming up. Prepare to apply by giving yourself a head start
Influential locals talk about their favourite things to do during winter in the Kootenays
Panorama Mountain Resort named North American Resort of the Year at the World Snow Awards
Backroads Brewing Company in Nelson is almost ready to fill your hearts with cheer and your belly with beer
Cranbrook residents are driving each other up the wall at Arq Mountain Centre
After 37 years of mining, Darrel Davis has uncovered “one of the richest finds in the last hundred years” near Trout Lake, B.C.
A behind-the-scenes look at the essential work of an avalanche controller
Cranbrook Mayor Lee Pratt is looking to fix roads, but a loan will be necessary
Telus’ innovative Future Home was showcased in Kimberley, B.C.
With over 40 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Collin Johnston knows how to get the most out of his staff and make guests feel welcome.