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News Items tag as: Christmas 2016

  • YEAR IN REVIEW: Major unsolved crimes in the Southern Interior

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - From homicde to suspicious deaths and missing persons, there were several unsolved crimes in the Southern Interior this year.
  • iNPHOTOS: Christmas in the Interior was picture perfect

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Twinkling lights, snow-covered hills and wildlife made Christmastime in Kamloops and the Okanagan Valley especially photogenic this year.
  • Travel stress-free this holiday season

    With more than 100,000 passengers expected through the doors, this holiday travel season promises to be another active one at the Kelowna International Airport (YLW). Travelling during the holidays can be stressful, so be sure to plan in advance and prepare for longer than normal wait times at the airport.

    YLW anticipates increased, but steady traffic flow from Dec. 17 through Jan. 3. The busiest travel days of the season will be Dec. 26, 2016 through Jan. 3, 2017
  • Vernon project raising Christmas spirit for seniors on the poverty line

    VERNON - Grace, 87, is barely making ends meet and would love a gift card for groceries so she can buy a couple extras this Christmas. Cowboy George, 63, would like a pair of cowboy boots, size 13, so he can get back in the saddle. Roswita, 74, is asking for an affordable place to rent, preferably with a bathtub and a wood stove to help with her arthritis.
  • iNPHOTOS: CP Holiday Train stops in Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS – Kids were bundled up like mummies and adults pretended not to feel the icy -12 Celsius weather while waiting for the popular CP Holiday Train yesterday.
  • Keep your pets safe this holiday season

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - As the mercury drops and the holidays get closer, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to keeping your pets safe.
  • VIDEO: Kelowna's biggest little Christmas town now even bigger

    KELOWNA – Kathy Bernard’s miniature Christmas town has grown again.
  • Kamloops Christmas House saved by neighbours and friends

    KAMLOOPS - The Christmas House on 6 Avenue and Pine Street in Kamloops wasn’t going to be quite the same this year until some neighbours stepped in to help out.
  • How to keep track of Santa as he travels the world

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - NORAD is ready again to track Santa as he makes his way around the world and into the Thompson-Okanagan to bring gifts to all the girls and boys.
  • How to arrive safely to your next holiday destination

    Thousands of people will be jumping into their vehicles and hitting the B.C. highways visit friends and relatives, or driving to their favourite winter recreation area.

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