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News Items tag as: KMMAR1115

  • Trails map or trails app? You may soon have a choice

    KAMLOOPS - If you are not sure which trail you can take your bike on or where the nearest hike is have no fear, there could soon be an app for that.
  • Edmonton flight helps boost traveller numbers at Kamloops Airport

    KAMLOOPS - The number of travellers coming through the gates of Fulton Field is less than last year, but the addition of a direct flight to Edmonton is offsetting any major decline.
  • Body found in river was missing woman

    KAMLOOPS – A body found in the Thompson River last week was that of a woman who went missing more than three months ago, according to her best friend and the B.C. Coroner's Service.

    Megan Latchford says the family of 33-year-old Deseree Smith was given the news by the B.C. Coroners Service Tuesday night, five days after the 
  • Emotional witness tells B.C. court about boat crash that injured him, killed pal

    KAMLOOPS - A man who suffered two collapsed lungs and several broken bones when he was struck by a boat during a fatal collision on Shuswap Lake became emotional in court as he described the crash.
  • More high temperature records in Southern Interior

  • Search on for North Shore robbery suspect

    KAMLOOPS – A man who produced a knife in a robbery at a North Shore convenience store this morning is on the run and RCMP are now looking for help in finding the man.
  • Charges recommended against driver who fled crash scene

    KAMLOOPS – Charges are being recommended against a driver of a black Dodge SUV after his alleged involvement in two separate incidents, including a crash that sent two people to hospital yesterday, March 10.

    Cpl. Cheryl Bush, a spokesperson for the Kamloops RCMP detachment, said the 43-year-old male was involved in a physical altercation with the driver of a blue car near McGill Road around 1:15 p.m. Bush said the suspect damaged the car during the incident.
  • Seasonal flooding unlikely this year

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - If the lack of snow, even at alpine levels, is any indication, we could be in for a very dry year.

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