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News Items tag as: KMJAN2315

  • Policy change meant to address homophobia concerns

    KAMLOOPS - Nearly two years after teacher Don Wilson asked the school district to consider an anti-homophobic harassment policy the district appears ready to act, but not exactly what Wilson was looking for.
  • TRU law school receives generous donation

    KAMLOOPS - Two legal professionals with ties to Kamloops have made a generous contibution to aid the continuing growth of the law school at Thompson Rivers University
  • Highway 1 widening continues

    KAMLOOPS - Though the first phase of the Pritchard to Hoffman’s Bluff highway widening project is set to wind up this June, another 3.1 kilometres of the highway is set to be widened over a 16-month period immediately afterwards.
  • Name of Chase fire victim released by B.C. Coroners Service

    CHASE - The B.C. Coroners Service has released the name of a woman who died in a mobile home fire in Chase.
  • Machete-wielding females pepper sprayed employees during Kamloops robbery

    KAMLOOPS - RCMP are appealing for help in finding two machete-wielding females who robbed a store in Kamloops, B.C.
  • Team of advisors set to help those facing layoffs

    KAMLOOPS – With two major layoff announcements in Kamloops within a week of each other, employment advisors are preparing for more clients.

    Blair Gray, the site coordinator for the Open Door Group and Work B.C. in Kamloops says the location has seen an increase in the amount of clients, but doesn’t attribute that to recent layoffs.
  • Increased avalanche risk and near-record temperatures on tap

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - As temperatures rise to near-record highs this weekend avalanche forecasters are warning of an increased avalanche risk.

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