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Kamloops' top stories of the week

Wreckage of a Cessna 172L that crash landed in the Cache Creek Hills west of Kamloops.
Image Credit: Transportation Safety Board
August 10, 2013 - 1:53 PM

Here are just some of the stories InfoTel News brought you this week:


Young pilot who died in crash got solo flight approval from instructors

Teenagers in B.C. can't get behind the wheel of a car until they are 16 years old, but if they're eager to take the driver's seat, they can get a student pilot permit to operate an aeroplane when they're just 14.


Chase donkey refuge needs your help

You've heard of dog rescues and cat rescues, perhaps even rabbit rescues. But in Chase, they have a donkey rescue and they need your help.



Man guilty in pool cue assault to be sentenced in November

A TRU international student found guilty of stabbing another student in the eye with a pool cue at a nightclub last year is expected to be sentenced in November.


Trial delayed for Kamloops man accused of killing his father

The trial for a Kamloops man accused of killing his father will be postponed so he can find a new lawyer, again.

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