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PHOTO: Titans down Vikings, move to 6-0

Reid Jansen of the South Kamloops Titans elevates to attempt a lay up over Brayden MacDonald of the Valleyview Vikings in AAA senior boys’...

Pejril named to BC Games Society board of directors

The BC Games Society announced the appointment of nine members to the board of directors. Henry Pejril of Kamloops was named to the board. The society...

Interior Running Association results

The first event on the 2017 Interior Running Association road-race circuit was held in Vernon on Sunday. At the Starting Block 10K, several Kamloops runners...

Long Blades had busy weekend

Members of the Kamloops Long Blades Speed Skating Club were in action at two events last weekend. At the Winter Classic Long Track Competition held...

TRU WolfPack great Pakhomenko to play last match on home court tonight

Iuliia Pakhomenko might be the greatest athlete in TRU WolfPack history. The same drive that brought her into that conversation on the volleyball court has...

Gropp lighting it up for T-Birds

Kamloops product Ryan Gropp, a Seattle Thunderbirds’ forward, has goals in eight straight games and is on a 14-game point streak. Gropp, who signed with...

Blazers’ hockey school will be in session

The 2017 Kamloops Blazers Hockey School will run from Aug. 14 to Aug. 18 at Sandman Centre. The school is open to boys and girls...

KMHA round-up to Feb. 12, 2017

Team effort Three goal scores lifted the female bantam A Kamloops Jr. Blazers to a 3-2 victory over the Kelowna Rockets on Saturday. Finding the scoresheet...

Castoff Blazers’ netminder Kehler steals show on Faith and Family Day in Kamloops (with...

Those who believe in a higher power might think today's result was no coincidence. Cole Kehler, at one time expected to be the future of...

Blazers creeping up on Cats

At the midway point of the WHL season, it appeared the Prince George Cougars were primed to finish first in the Western Conference standings. The...

Cotter going back to Brier

Kamloops product Jim Cotter and Rick Sawatsky of Kelowna will tie the B.C. record for most trips to the Brier, with their team clinching...

Hard-times Thompson Blazers trusting process

Stick with the Thompson Blazers. Don’t give up on the Kamloops-based B.C. Major Midget League hockey squad. Look past the abysmal record — 6-23-0-1 — and...

Surging WolfPack women on home court this weekend

With six remaining matches on its Canada West schedule, the Thompson Rivers WolfPack women’s volleyball team is aiming to improve its playoff position with...

Feds donate to projects, including replacement of TCC indoor track, playground for Skeetchestn Indian...

The federal government is pitching in cash to kickstart two projects in Kamloops. Liberal MP John Aldag was in the River City on Thursday to...

Kamloops Canoe and Kayak Club to host fundraiser night

The Kamloops Canoe and Kayak Club is playing host to a fundraiser, Summer Tropical Night Out, on Feb. 18. The $65 admission fee includes three...

Kamloops Track and Field Club to host Gary Reed meet

The Kamloops Track and Field Club will play host to the inaugural Gary Reed Indoor Meet on Feb. 17 and Feb. 18 at the...

KYSA spring break camps offered

The Kamloops Youth Soccer Association will offer players in its under-five through under-12 age groups camps during spring break. They will run from March 20...

Ingram posts first career WHL assist, third shutout of season in lopsided victory over...

He blames Quinn Benjafield for it taking this long, but Connor Ingram finally has his first WHL assist. “I always talk about it,” said a...

Vibe win one of three on the road

The Kamloops Vibe posted one win, one loss and one tie on their final regular-season road trip of the South Coast Women’s Hockey League...

KMHA round-up to Feb. 5, 2017

Conroy's convoy Kayven Conroy notched a hat-trick to pace the Warriors to a 6-4 victory over the Knights in atom recreation play on Saturday at...