October 20, 2013 - 10:31 AM
KAMLOOPS - The city was bathed in warm, sunny weather much of the week, which had people out preparing their yards for Halloween while others simply enjoyed the sunshine.
Crews took advantage of the weather while preparing the Royal Inland Hospital site for the new clinical services building while city staff worked on creating public education videos for the new parking pay stations that are set to be installed Nov. 9 following a couple weeks of delays.
In Sahali, the Wood family got busy creating a spooky graveyard in their front yard, a family tradition for nearly a decade now, and around the corner temporary speed readers reminded motorists to slow down while passing through the school zone.
At court, the family of the late David Seymour were upset with a two year jail sentence given to the drunk driver that killed the Kamloops Indian Band elder.
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