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A North Kamloops man is doing his part to clean up the neighbourhood around McDonald Park, one discarded needle at a time.
I prefer late-harvest to icewine generally; it's still nice and sweet but not quite so cloying.
When people gather on Friday at St. Andrew's on the Square to memorialize women who have met with violent deaths, there will a new name added to the 850 already listed.
A cold front that brought intense winds, blowing snow and subzero temperatures to the region Monday will continue to put motorists and the homeless at risk for at least a week.
An offender who pleaded guilty to nine different charges this year and was given 10 months jail failed to overturn his sentence on appeal.
The B.C. government is inviting public input on changes to speed limits on rural highways and winter tire requirements.
At around 6 p.m. a crash was reported on Hwy 97 just west of Westwold. A 53-year-old Kamloops woman was driving her car west when she lost control of her vehicle on the icy road.
A provincial court judge has tightened restrictions on a Kamloops, B.C., teenager labelled by the RCMP as a high risk to commit targeted acts of violence and terrorism.
A significant expansion of the Orchards Walk development east of Valleyview will further erode the neighbourhood's charm, residents said Sunday.
One float stood out from all the rest in Saturday's Santa Parade, one with connections to an archipelago thousands of kilometres distant.
An 85-year-old woman is in Royal Inland Hospital after she was hit by a car Saturday evening in the 600 block of Tranquille Road at Vernon Avenue, Kamloops RCMP said.
St. Thomas More 10th in AA, Carver Christian place sixth and eighth, respectively, at boys' and girls' single A provincial championships in Duncan St. Thomas More Collegiate defeated Sa-Hali Secondary to set up a 10th-place finish at the B.C. high school AA girls' volleyball championships in Surrey.
A hunter who was reported missing in B.C.'s Interior is cold but otherwise OK after spending a night alone in a makeshift camp in wilderness.
Running for election was just a warm-up for Todd Stone, a chamber of commerce audience heard Friday as the businessman turned politician summed up his first six months in cabinet.