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  • New Kamloops app available for smart devices

    The City of Kamloops has launched its first mobile app called myKamloops™, now available for Android, Blackberry iPhone and Windows Phone markets by searching with the key word: 'myKamloops™'.
  • Chase RCMP mischief, theft and break-ins report

    On October 1st, Chase RCMP received a complaint of theft of an all-terrain vehicle in the 1800 block of Chase-Falkland Road.  The owner stated that sometime overnight the side-by-side ATV was taken from the rural property.  Police examined the scene and took down the details of the machine.  On October 4th, the owner called police to state that he had found the ATV in the woods at the back of his property.  No suspects have been identified at this time
  • Repair Cafe returns to Kelowna

    Don’t Toss, FIX IT at Repair Café!

    Do you have a household item needing repair, don’t want to toss it out, but you’re stumped on how to fix it? A lamp that needs re-wiring, a toaster that just won’t toast , a bike with a flat, a clock that won’t tick,  even clothing that could use some light mending or TLC? If so, the Repair Café could be just the event you’re looking for!

    Hosted by the Regional Waste Reduction Office,
  • Chase RCMP animals and hunting issues report

    On September 30th,  Chase RCMP received a complaint of a dog attack on Des Fosses Road in Sorrento.  The complainant, an eighty-one year old man, was walking on the road with the wife, when three dogs approached the couple and attacked him.  The man was taken to the hospital in Salmon Arm, where he was treated for puncture wounds to his leg
  • Chase RCMP traffic issues report

    On September 30th, at 3:40 pm, Chase RCMP responded to a two vehicle collision on Highway 1 at Elson Road near Sorrento.  The male driver, and sole occupant, of a grey pick-up truck travelling westbound had stopped on the highway in order to make a left turn onto Elson Road, when he was hit from behind by a white pick-up.  The male driver of the white pick-up, who had two children in the vehicle, had apparently looked away from the road for a moment
  • Naramata backup power project begins construction

    The work to install three backup generators for the Naramata water system is beginning today, October 24, 2016.
  • Westbank First Nation presents panel for Aboriginal fathers

    Suxkenxitelx kl cecamala (formerly Aboriginal CATCH) is hosting an evening to celebrate new local research on Aboriginal fathers.
  • City of Vernon issues tips to protect yourself from vehicle theft

    Vernon residents have noticed an increase of thefts from vehicles in residential areas in the past two months. RCMP files indicate that the majority of thefts from vehicles are due to vehicles being left unlocked. Primary targets of thieves are purses, wallets and electronic devices.
  • Grade 4 and 5 SnowPass is on sale now

    Winter’s just around the corner.
  • City of Vernon issues tips to stay safe on Halloween

    Halloween is coming up quickly, and the City of Vernon Community Safety and Policing Office has a few safety reminders to make it a night of treats, where the biggest risk is a stomachache from too much candy.

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