Kamloops’ top stories of the week
Howard Alexander - News Editor
Rider Brett Tippie will be one of the five professionals on hand for a mountain bike camp geared towards at-risk youth in Kamloops this September.
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July 28, 2013 - 9:44 AM
Here are just some of the stories InfoTel news brought you this past week.
A man who suffered permanent injuries in an assault with a pool cue in a Kamloops nightclub last year doesn't want the accused to be deported back to Saudi Arabia if convicted.
Pool cue assault victim speaks
KGHM Ajax has poached top leadership at another Kamloops institution to shore up its public relations team.
Kamloops Daily News editor Robert Koopmans resigns
Liberal Party of Canada leader Justing Trudeau talks to Kamloops about citizen engagement and making sure communities give permission for companies and industries with a potential for community or environmental impact.
Trudeau: 'Only communities can grant permission'
Julien Peron traded in his cell phone, his sandal and his shirt, and in return, a Kamloops man kept his life.
Kamloops life-saver wants to be a cop
New water bottle filling stations, also known as mobile hydration stations, made a debut in Kamloops earlier this month and so far the community has made good use of these $10,000 units.
Free H2O to go
A mountain biking camp with a goal of offering at-risk youths a chance to belong to a healthy group will run this September. The 25 participants will also get to keep the bikes and gear so they can continue to be part of the mountain biking culture in Kamloops after the camp is over.
Moving mountains by biking hills
Summer is in full swing in the Tournament Capital. The weather Kamloopsians know and love is here, and outdoor entertainment is amping up.
Outdoor entertainment heating up Kamloops summer
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