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Downtown Debate: If it’s dying, why is parking tight?

Scroll to bottom to read remaining three stories in this series For Jim Anderson, the easiest answer to a question on the vitality of the...

Downtown Debate: Councillor wants to see changes on board

Denis Walsh would like to see some changes on the board of the Kamloops Centre Business Improvement Association (KCBIA). “At least half should be on...

Downtown Debate: Allure includes low rent, more restaurants and being walkable

Mona Murray has a client who loves to come up from his home in California to check on his project in Kamloops. “He just loves...

Downtown Debate: Should they stay or should they go?

Two viewpoints on downtown, one from a retailer who left and one from a retailer who is staying: STAYING: Jody Tippett, Caduceus Chocolates, 228 Third...

Telus restores phone service to 500 customers in Kamloops 

As of Tuesday, Feb. 21, Telus had fully restored home phone service to about 500 customers in Kamloops. Telus spokeswoman Liz Sauvé said rising temperatures...

The art of the label

It’s the first thing you see when picking up a bottle of cab sav or an IPA and can make or break a selection....

Kamloops Value Village on way to Sahali Mall?

Value Village is expected to relocate to the former Target location in Sahali Mall on Aug. 29. Coun. Denis Walsh said staff at the Seymour...

Tourism Kamloops awards best in hospitality industry

IN THE PHOTO: Paige Mittelsteadt (left) of the Plaza Hotel received the Accommodation Service Captain Award during the first annual Tourism Kamloops Hospitality Awards...

High school hack

Mo Molobobi (left), Samuel Theriault, Dom Soth and Szymon Sieracki of Sa-Hali secondary took part in Kamloops Innovation’s Protohack competition at Thompson Rivers University...

Are you a sales poodle?

Do you have a customer or prospect who treats you like some sort of sales poodle? A sales poodle believes his job is to satisfy...

Streamlining transportation with tech

A transportation company with a long history in Kamloops is the latest success in the city’s emerging technology sector.  Community leaders gathered Friday at Kamloops...

Erwin’s bakery on the move

IN THE PHOTO: Shawn Haley, co-owner of Erwin’s Fine Baking and Delicatessen, is busy today moving the bakery from St. Paul Street to Mount Paul...

Thrifty way to raise funds for local SPCA

IN THE PHOTO: Bonnie McBride, seen here with Tiny Tom, has been at the SPCA on Saturdays collecting used items to build up an...

Fewer property-assessment appeals in Kamloops in 2017

While property values in the Kamloops region jumped higher than the past several years, the number of property owners who appealed their assessment is...

And the 2017 Keystones are awarded to . . .

The 2017 Keystone Awards were handed out in Kamloops on Saturday night. The 12th annual awards night at Thompson Rivers University saw the Central Interior...

Taters on Tranquille

Mary Brown’s Famous Chicken and Taters recently opened in Kamloops at the Brock Shopping Centre, at Unit 40-1800 Tranquille Rd. The Canadian fast food...

Weigh RRSP, TFSA benefits before tax season

For most of the year, I park my car and walk to my office in the early morning and the building I walk by...

‘It’s not a big deal if it’s sitting there anyway’

IN THE PHOTO: Aldo shut down in Aberdeen Mall on Saturday to make way for a rebranding. It will reopen as Call It Spring in...

B.C. Innovation Council tour coming to Kamloops on Feb. 10

One firm is looking for ways to improve greenhouses, while another company wants options for tracking its employees in the field and improving voice-activated...

Kamloops hop farm creator expanding with brewery, distillery in Monte Creek

The entrepreneur who made Kamloops home to the largest hop farm in Canada has purchased land immediately east of the city, in Monte Creek,...