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Faith: Prince of Life raised from the dead

Faith: Prince of Life raised from the dead

Jesus didn’t come to Earth to make a name for himself, but rather “to seek and to save that which was lost”
Welcome to Kamloops This Week's Art Page

Welcome to Kamloops This Week's Art Page

All art submissions can be sent via email to editor@kamloopsthisweek.com
TRU to welcome third wildfire researcher

TRU to welcome third wildfire researcher

A new research chair position will be filled by an Indigenous American scholar through the Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the U.S.
Venture Kamloops launches recruitment tools to help local businesses

Venture Kamloops launches recruitment tools to help local businesses

The Workforce Development Initiative targets the tight labour market
Battle of Bands coming to downtown Kamloops

Battle of Bands coming to downtown Kamloops

The competition, sponsored by Kamloops Kia, will take place in the 200-block of Victoria Street on May 18, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Art on the Move sale begins on May 27

Art on the Move sale begins on May 27

A sneak-peek event is planned for May 26, the day before the sale is open to the public. Tickets are $15 with a limit of 50 sold
Moose Squadron on way to Kamloops

Moose Squadron on way to Kamloops

The Cold Lake, Alta.-based team will fly in on the weekend of May 27
Tk’emlúps breaks ground on new grocery store

Tk’emlúps breaks ground on new grocery store

The store will be owned and operated by Tk’emlúps and feature a full grocery selection, an in-house butcher, a bakery, a deli and a meals ready-to-eat program
Kamloops Food Bank opens distribution centre

Kamloops Food Bank opens distribution centre

Food bank staff from other regions were also at the event. Their interest in the new warehouse is that it furthers the Kamloops Food Bank’s place as a regional food hub
Dig It: A river of ash nets historic catch

Dig It: A river of ash nets historic catch

Approximately 2,400 years ago, Mount Meager, in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, erupted. The eruption launched a plume of ash that was deposited on lands up to 530 kilometres to the east, in southern Alberta.