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  • Security tightened at ministry office

    KAMLOOPS – Enhanced security, including locked doors and a security guard, was put in place at a Brocklehurst ministry office recently but officials are staying tight-lipped as to what led to it.
  • Interior Health Board welcomes two new directors

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Interior Health has two new directors on their board.
  • UPDATE: Missing woman found

    MERRITT - The missing woman the Upper Nicola Band and Okanagan Indian Band were in search for has been located.
  • Tokyo Police Club coming to Sun Peaks

    KAMLOOPS – Canadian band Tokyo Police Club will be at Sun Peaks next month for the Dew Tour Am Series competition.
  • Accused in Clearwater murder case awaiting bail review

    KAMLOOPS – A man accused of murdering his former common-law wife and taking their three children hostage will find out if he is eligible for bail in a week.

    Iain Drummond Scott, born 1972, appeared for a bail review last week in Kamloops Supreme Court. Details of the hearing are covered by a publication ban and cannot be made public.
  • How long will this spring weather last?

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - We saw several high temperatures records broken over the weekend and while the record breaking weather is likely over, the warm temperatures should stick around a while longer.
  • Stolen ATVs lead RCMP to men from Osoyoos and Kamloops

    OSOYOOS - Two men will face charges following the theft of two ATVs and the attempted theft of a UTV as well as an attempted break and enter in the Anarchist Mountain area between Feb. 11 to 14.
  • B.C. couple to stand trial maintain poaching charges violate aboriginal rights

    KAMLOOPS - A First Nations couple who claim they are being "persecuted for being Indian” must stand trial for alleged poaching offences in B.C., a provincial court judge has ruled.
  • Rockets and Blazers to host Super Series games

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - The 2015 Super Series is again bringing high-level hockey to the region, with the Rockets and Kamloops set to host the two opening games.

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