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  • Kamloops shot putter finally slips Olympic bronze medal around his neck

    KAMLOOPS - Dylan Armstrong finally has his Olympic bronze medal.
  • Kamloops mom turns detective to track down stolen wallet

    KAMLOOPS – What would you do if your wallet was stolen, along with your children's identification cards, and an RCMP officer tells you it would be 'a long shot' if you ever see your stuff again?
  • Danger in the backcountry; avalanche warning issued

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN – The unseasonably warm weather this week has the experts at Avalanche Canada warning backcountry enthusiasts about the risk of snow slides.
  • Jail for killing pedestrian? No, judge says house arrest instead

    KAMLOOPS – A Kamloops man who struck and killed a 66-year-old woman in a crosswalk will serve his sentence at home instead of jail after a judge overturned his original six-month jail sentence on Friday, Feb. 13.

    At an appeal hearing in Kamloops Supreme Court, Justice Alison Beames
  • Women’s only event breaks down barriers

    KAMLOOPS - A night of empowerment, of lifting women up and treating them with respect and dignity, was so successful the organizer is now looking to host several events a year.
  • Westsyde Pool closing for repairs

    KAMLOOPS - Westsyde Pool will be closing until further notice because of moisture issues brought on by the thaw over the past couple weeks.
  • Security cameras coming to Kamloops buses

    KAMLOOPS - More than a year after it was announced Kamloops would be one of the pilot project locations, B.C. Transit is moving forward with a plan to outfit 100 buses with security cameras.
  • Long-awaited Kamloops to Edmonton flight lands this weekend

    KAMLOOPS - Last April WestJet announced it would start offering a direct flight between Kamloops and Edmonton and after 10 long months, this weekend will finally mark the inaugural flight.
  • Kamloops clinic offers help for chronic pain

    KAMLOOPS – If you’ve wanted to use marijuana as a pain remedy but had difficulty finding a doctor to prescribe it to you, a new service in Kamloops might be the answer to your needs.

    Scott Bailey with the Realeaf Wellness Centre says the downtown clinic will start taking patients next week. Not to be confused with a dispensary, the location - with counsellors and a doctor on-site - will help patients get a prescription for marijuana if their pain requires it.

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