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  • iN PHOTOS: Kelowna businesses using graffiti to stop graffiti

  • How you can help catch the people vandalizing a Kamloops daycare

    KAMLOOPS – The next time you pass by Puddle Jumpers on York Avenue, bring your camera; you could help catch whoever has been tagging the daycare almost every weekend for the last two years.

    “We need the community’s help to identify (the vandals),” Ronnie Bouvier of the Kamloops Graffiti Task Force says. “People know who these people are, 100 per cent.”

    Daycare manager Shelley Schweitzer echoes Bouvier’s sentiment
  • UPDATE: Who has been tagging Sun Peaks?

    SUN PEAKS - The Sun Peaks community is trying to figure out who is damaging their village after more than two dozen signs, posts and electrical boxes were tagged since the beginning of February.
  • STAHN: Community needs to step up to stop tagging

    There’s urban art, known as graffiti to many, and then there’s tagging—the ugly scribbles, words and obscene pictures that end up on our buildings, on murals and even in tot lots.
  • Taggers no match for this trio

    PENTICTON - When three locals saw tag vandalism spray-painted across the Penticton Legion, they rolled up their sleeves and went to work. 
  • This week has gotten much better for the Penticton Legion

    PENTICTON - Volunteers and patrons found something unexpected on the outer walls of the local legion Wednesday afternoon—no more graffiti.

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