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News Items tag as: KMJUN0315

  • New Okanagan disc golf course lands in Vernon

    VERNON - You’ve got your putting and your driving Frisbees, your heavy ones and your sleek, thin ones, and now fans of the popular sport of disc golf — and curious newcomers — will have a scenic, and best of all, free, course in Vernon to fling them on.
  • Call for caution as river rises in Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS - River levels have been on the rise and with the rain falling hard this week expect to see the Thompson rivers to rise even more.
  • SNELSON TRIAL UPDATE: Friends recall last moments with Jennifer Cusworth

    KAMLOOPS - The last time Jennifer Cusworth’s friends saw her alive at a house party, they planned to get her home safely after drinking into the early morning hours of October 16, 1993.
  • Liquor store debate divides Kamloops council

    KAMLOOPS – Should there be restrictions on how close alcohol retailers can be to each other? That was the question up for debate at city council this week.
  • Kamloops teen missing

    KAMLOOPS - RCMP are asking for help locating a teen last seen on the weekend.
  • Salmonella outbreak proof that monitoring system works: Buckerfield's CEO

    KELOWNA - The recent spike of salmonella cases connected to live poultry sales is a good news story, proof the system works rather than an indictment of its failings, according to a local business.
  • United Airlines drops service to Kelowna

    KELOWNA – After less than a year of service between Kelowna and San Francisco, United Airlines has departed for good.
  • No fire hydrants to fight Kamloops trailer park fire

    KAMLOOPS - After a fire ripped through a double-wide trailer at the Iron Mask Mobile Home Park earlier this week the local fire chief has confirmed private hydrants on the property were lacking water flow.
  • Kamloops pesticide debate put off until July

    KAMLOOPS – A motion to prohibit cosmetic pesticides drew a large crowd to council chambers this week, but council was not quite ready to have the discussion many residents seemed more than ready to start.

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