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TRU law professor suing former colleague, alleging she spread false sexual-relationship rumours

TRU law professor suing former colleague, alleging she spread false sexual-relationship rumours

A Thompson Rivers University law professor is suing a former colleague for allegedly spreading false rumours he was involved in a sexual relationship with another professor. The university also confirmed senior law school administrator Anne Pappas, accused of spreading the false gossip, is no longer employed at the Kamloops post-secondary institution. Prof. Craig Jones is suing Pappas for defamation. The ...

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Kamloops company shanks firing, ordered to pay employee three months’ pay

Kamloops company shanks firing, ordered to pay employee three months’ pay

A judge has ordered a Kamloops excavating company to pay its former accounting clerk three months’ wages following her firing, which came after she ruffled the feathers of KGHM Ajax’s external-affairs manager at a charity golf tournament. Gloria Davidson sued Extreme Excavating after she was fired in April 2014. Davidson, who worked for the company for more than three years, said ...

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Struggling economy hot election topic

Struggling economy hot election topic

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces dissolution of Parliament at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. The federal election will be held on Oct. 19. Conservative Leader Stephen Harper promised an expanded tax break for hiring apprentices Monday, as parties started an extended summer election campaign. Campaigning in Laval, Que., Harper announced that if his government is re-elected Oct. 19, employers will receive ...

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Kamloops Chamber Business Excellence Awards nominees released

Kamloops Chamber Business Excellence Awards nominees released

Nominees for the 2015 Kamloops Chamber of Commerce and TD Bank Group Business Excellence Awards have been released. A record 509 nominations were received for the 29th annual event, involving 202 Kamloops businesses in 16 award categories. Business of the Year is chosen from the winners of the other 16 awards. Finalists will be revealed on Sept. 9, with the ...

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City targets TCC thieves

City targets TCC thieves

When Walter Kraus went to the Tournament Capital Centre for a swim one Saturday night, he had no idea he would spend his evening sleeping in the parking lot. A resident of Chetwynd and a trades student at Thompson Rivers University, Kraus had his wallet, shoes and keys stolen from a locker as he swam at the Canada Games Aquatic ...

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2015 Kamloopa Powwow in photos

2015 Kamloopa Powwow in photos

The 36th annual Kamloopa Powwow was held at the Tk’emlups Indian Band Powwow Grounds over the B.C. Day long weekend. It attracted visitors and competitors from across Western Canada and from the United States. KTW photographer Allen Douglas stopped by to get some fantastic shots showing the colour and pageantry under a perfect blue sky.      

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Federal election: Campaign for your vote begins

Federal election: Campaign for your vote begins

One of these four candidates will wake up on Oct. 20 as the Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP.  From left: New Democrat Bill Sundhu, Green Matt Greenwood, incumbent  Conservative MP Cathy McLeod and Liberal Steve Powrie. Allen Douglas/KTW It started earlier and will last longer, but the three men and one woman running to represent Kamloops in the Oct. 19 federal election say ...

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Kamloops Mounties investigate report of bridge jumper

Kamloops Mounties investigate report of bridge jumper

Kamloops RCMP are investigating a report of a person jumping off the Yellowhead Bridge on Saturday morning. Sgt. Edward Preto said police received the report at 7:37 a.m., but added RCMP officers using the police boat and police helicopter, along with Kamloops Fire Rescue staff, searched the South Thompson River without finding anybody in the water. The investigation is continuing.

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The federal-election campaign begins

The federal-election campaign begins

As expected, Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Sunday asked Governor General David Johnston to dissolve Parliament, setting in motion the beginning of an 11-week campaign that will culminate in a federal election on Monday, Oct. 19. “Elections are all about leadership and the issues that affect all of us — the economy, security and the environment,” Harper told media in Ottawa ...

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Family of man hit by truck still wants answers

Family of man hit by truck still wants answers

That Langley resident Michael Bennett is alive today could be considered a miracle. Now, Bennett’s fiancee, Kaily Stevens, is praying for one more miracle — that the couple can keep their wedding date at the end of August. Bennett, 30, was seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver at Sun Peaks on July 19. He was visiting the ski resort town ...

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