Kamloops’ top stories this week

Conrad Lindblom and his herd of about 400 goats living and working at the Tournament Capital Ranch has been given the okay to remain at the ranch for the next three years.

KAMLOOPS – Here are just some of the top stories InfoTel News told you about this week.

Weed-munching goats are keeping their jobs at Kenna Cartwright Park. The City of Kamloops has hired the goats from Rocky Ridge Vegetation Control for another three years.

It is the kind of crime that leaves you with a sick feeling in your stomach. Kamloops RCMP continue to hunt for a suspect in connection with the sexual assault of a teenaged girl at a giant bush party at Tree Flats in Barnhartvale.

It’s a nightmare scenario. A sleeping woman wakes up to find she is being sexually assaulted. A Kamloops man has been found guilty of the crime.




The THRiVE Festival kicked off in Kamloops with the help of award winning poet Shane Koyczan. He hit the big time with his performance at the Vancouver Winter Olympics’ opening ceremonies.

Shane Koyczan will performed at the THRiVE Festival Friday night.
Shane Koyczan will performed at the THRiVE Festival Friday night.
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