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Full programming lineup returns to CFBX

Full programming lineup returns to CFBX

Now, the hunt for volunteers is on at the campus/community radio station
Faith: Let the living bird loose and paint the truth

Faith: Let the living bird loose and paint the truth

Jesus has died for us, taking upon himself the judgment of our sins at the cross. The resurrection of Christ is proof that God is satisfied with the suffering and death of Jesus
Welcome to Kamloops This Week's Art Page of Oct. 20

Welcome to Kamloops This Week's Art Page of Oct. 20

Submissions can be sent via email to editor@kamloopsthisweek.com
Kamloops-area wineries honoured at BC Lieutenant Governor’s Wine Awards

Kamloops-area wineries honoured at BC Lieutenant Governor’s Wine Awards

Monte Creek Winery won Gold and Silver, while Harpers Trail won two Silvers
Thompson Rivers University open houses set to begin on Oct. 23

Thompson Rivers University open houses set to begin on Oct. 23

Potential students can take a general campus tour or get more detailed looks at programs in nursing, trades and technology, science or the architectural and engineering technology program
Heffley Creek Hall hosts Oct. 23 Open Mic Coffeehouse

Heffley Creek Hall hosts Oct. 23 Open Mic Coffeehouse

The Saturday, Oct. 23, Open Mic Coffeehouse at the Heffley Creek Hall will be the first such live event there in more than two years.
Hartnell sells Peter Puck to DeRose

Hartnell sells Peter Puck to DeRose

DeRose: "It’s kind of like she’s sending one of her babies off."
Rotarian honoured for 50 years of service

Rotarian honoured for 50 years of service

Russ Gerard was also a city councillor, a school trustee — and an aircraft electrician in the U.S. Air Force
Kamloops author helps readers find Lost Kootenays

Kamloops author helps readers find Lost Kootenays

The book by Eric Brighton of Kamloops and co-author Greg Nesteroff of Nelson features more than 140 historical photos from the Kootenays
City of Kamloops accepting social grant applications

City of Kamloops accepting social grant applications

Up to $30,000 in funding can cover operational costs, special projects, special capital expenditures or one-year seed money for a social enterprise initiative