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KSO review: A magical step back to the 1930s

KSO review: A magical step back to the 1930s

Van Django and the KSO, along with The Wild Orchestra, made for an exciting weekend of music in Kamloops
The Remembrance Day poppy turns 100

The Remembrance Day poppy turns 100

The commemorative poppy — along with other Remembrance Day items that can be worn this year and in the future — can be found online at poppystore.ca.
Kamloops residents rally for climate justice

Kamloops residents rally for climate justice

As the COP26 climate conference continued in Glasgow, local climate activists met for a rally in downtown Kamloops on Saturday, Nov. 6. The Global Day for Climate Justice rally was held at the former Stuart Wood elementary school field
Kamloops History: The Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Laurier

Kamloops History: The Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Laurier

Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier was sympathetic to the Aboriginal cause, but he was voted out of office the following year. The Interior chiefs have continued to press their case, but 100 years after their meeting with Laurier, they have still not obtained a resolution of their claims
Finding your heavenly holiday in Hawaii

Finding your heavenly holiday in Hawaii

Travel Writers’ Tales is an independent travel article syndicate. For more information, go online to, travelwriterstales.com. Jane Cassie and her husband Brent settle in for a warm holiday adventure in Hawaii.
Farmers' Market clock is ticking

Farmers' Market clock is ticking

With turning seasons comes the biannual changing of the clocks. On Sunday (Nov. 7) remember to set the clocks back one hour.
Kamloops Last Week: Webster winner Wallace, South Kamloops Titans' field hockey, trampoline Dodds, councillor Bass feature in jam-packed Episode 22

Kamloops Last Week: Webster winner Wallace, South Kamloops Titans' field hockey, trampoline Dodds, councillor Bass feature in jam-packed Episode 22

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Local potters use ancient technique to fire pottery ahead of annual sale

Local potters use ancient technique to fire pottery ahead of annual sale

A small group of Kamloops potters has turned to the ancient ways in their latest creative endeavour, pulling beautiful works of art from piles of ash buried in the ground. But that beauty was not guaranteed.

Should Christians get the jab?

Some devout Christians oppose availing themselves of a vaccine that has any connection whatsoever to abortion — it presents a huge ethical dilemma.
KTW Christmas Cheer Fund: Kamloops Brain Injury Association now successfully socializing

KTW Christmas Cheer Fund: Kamloops Brain Injury Association now successfully socializing

The Kamloops Brain Injury Association is no stranger to the KTW Christmas Cheer Fund as 2021 marks the fourth consecutive year the group has been one of the four organizations receiving funding.