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  • Anti-tethering activists to take another shot at Kamloops council

    KAMLOOPS - A petition asking city council to impose a time limit on tethering of dogs has garnered more than 2,200 signatures and is set to be presented to council Feb. 24.
  • City gets more room to grow

    COMMUNITY GARDEN PROGRAM EXPANDING
  • Bobbitt sentencing reconvenes in Kelowna

    KELOWNA – An ex-girlfriend who says she too was sexually abused by David Wesley Bobbitt is not credible, according to defence lawyer James Pennington.
  • Detective mom still waiting to hear back from RCMP

    KAMLOOPS - After tracking down her stolen wallet all on her own Alyssa Parent received a lot of praise on social media but still has yet to hear back from the officer investigating the file, even after supplying all the information she gathered to the RCMP.

    “I definitely haven’t heard anything at all from them,” she says.

    Parent gathered video evidence, photos and the IP address of the 
  • City hopes to solve quorum issues with technology

    KAMLOOPS - Last year the city tried to fix an ongoing problem of getting enough members to show up for the meetings by merging the arts and heritage committees but when there was pushback staff was asked to look at another way to fix the problem.
THOMPSON: More frequent and powerful hurricanes isn't good news
  OPINION Hurricane Ian pounded Florida last week, hitting land just north of Fort Myers and ripping across the peninsular. It was just the fourth storm of the 2022 hurricane season, which started June 1 and lasts until
There's a number of high priced wineries on the market in the Okanagan, including Seven Stones Winery west of Osoyoos.
Want to buy an Okanagan winery? Better hurry
Interest is picking up in at least one of the half-dozen wineries and vineyards currently for sale in the Okanagan. That’s coming despite the fact that there is a small pool of buyers who are interested in a winery. “This
A vendor trims marijuana with scissors during the annual 4-20 cannabis culture celebration at Sunset Beach in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Canada’s financial intelligence agency says a wide range of businesses – from food wholesalers to electronics repair services – have been used to disguise the proceeds of illicit cannabis operations.
Front companies being used to launder illicit cannabis cash: intelligence agency
OTTAWA - Canada’s financial intelligence agency says a wide range of businesses — from food wholesalers to electronics repair services — are being used to disguise the proceeds of illicit cannabis operations. In a new oper
Housing affordability is worst ever in Kelowna and the rest of Canada
Rising interest rates combined with historically high housing prices have made home ownership in Canada the worst it has ever been. A report from RBC looked at all the costs of home ownership, not just the price of the home and carrying cha

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