News Items tag as: KMMAR2015

  • Kamloops Doctor hopes medical marijuana may bring relief for PTSD

    KAMLOOPS – There are few studies in the world that have examined the medical capabilities of cannabis, but one Kamloops doctor is hoping to change the trend by studying the drug’s effect on patients suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.
  • Court delays put brakes on drunk driving case

    CLEARWATER – A judge acquitted a woman of her impaired driving charges after her lawyer argued the case violated her charter right to be tried within a reasonable amount of time —a problem in the small town of Clearwater where court time is unpredictable.

    Last week, Provincial Court Judge Len Marchand said delays due to lack of available court time and space had  “an extremely prejudicial impact” on accused Agatha Jarzebiak, 64
  • From spring cleaning to spring construction

    KAMLOOPS - It’s that time of year. Spring officially kicks off March 20, but we’ve been lucky enough to already have several weeks of spring-like weather, allowing crews to get roads cleaned ahead of construction season.
  • UPDATE: Cache Creek man identified in fatal single vehicle crash

    UPDATE: 12:25 p.m., March 20, 2015
  • Driving through Monte Lake about to become safer

    MONTE LAKE - New signs and markings will be installed this spring in an effort to make Highway 97 at Monte Lake safer to drive.
  • Wet start to spring in Southern Interior

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Spring has officially sprung and based on the forecast, you should have your umbrella and rain boots handy.
  • Driver ticketed for causing highway crash

    KAMLOOPS - A woman who turned left into oncoming traffic and caused a crash on the Yellowhead Highway Thursday afternoon has been ticketed.
  • Molotov cocktail destroyed by police at Brock park

    KAMLOOPS - A bottle containing explosive materials was found and destroyed by police in Singh Bowl Park Thursday.
CANNINGS: On rural municipalities, young people, and a national carbon tax
  OPINION Editor, In my last column, I discussed some of the issues we heard about at House Finance Committee hearings.  I’d like to mention a few more of the thought-provoking ideas discussed on the se

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