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Iccha Wish Fund gala goal is $50,000

Iccha Wish Fund gala goal is $50,000

In the photo: During a recent visit to the Royal Inland Hospital oncology department, ICCHA Wish Fund board of directors Krishna Lakkineni (left), G.B. Gowd, founder Al Patel, Bob Purhit and Anil Parekh chatted with RIH Foundation CEO Heidi Coleman.
Their house is your home

Their house is your home

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association of the Central Interior attracted many to its Saturday, March 1, House and Home Show at the Coast Kamoops Hotel and Conference Centre.
Feeling pink at the health expo

Feeling pink at the health expo

ABOVE: Firefighter Aaron Klassen teaches Twin Rivers Education Centre students Sean Chaboyer and John Nicholas how to perform CPR at the Kamloops Fire Rescue booth during the Health Expo on Pink Shirt Day, Wednesday, Feb. 26.
Neckerbombing mission

Neckerbombing mission

The Wildfire Memorial downtown — and other statues in the downtown core — were draped with neckers during the recent chilly spell. The “neckerbombing” honours Lord Baden Powell and the scouting movement he founded more than a century ago.
A priceless exchange rate

A priceless exchange rate

Exchange students from Quebec joined Westsyde secondary students in exploring the Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park while historian Jackie Sevec detailed the history of the pit house, a dwelling commonly used by First Nations in the 19th century.
Warming up for the Coldest Night

Warming up for the Coldest Night

Venture Kamloops staff Cindy Dueck (left), Jamie Mayes, chef Mike O'Reilly and executive director Jim Anderson serve up barbecued hot dogs and hot chocolate to Fresh Inc.
A desire to expand Overlander Days

A desire to expand Overlander Days

An expanded Overlander Days and a better-utilized Spirit Square are on the North Shore Business Improvement Association’s agenda for 2014. Association general manager Steven Puhallo was at Kamloops city council on Tuesday, Feb.
Ommmmmmmmm

Ommmmmmmmm

Berwick on the Park recreation assistant Janet Paterson (left) leads a group of active seniors in a yoga class during the fourth-annual Seniors Healthy Living Expo on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Woodn't a break be nice?

Woodn't a break be nice?

Thompson Rivers University work-experience program student Sean Billings relaxes on a day off from classes by playing a video game on his mobile device in Student Street. Dave Eagles photo/KTW
Peeved — and letting public know

Peeved — and letting public know

Jim Smith from the small town of Likely stands outside the Kamloops WorkSafe BC office on Battle Street and Third Avenue downtown this week, protesting the worker’s compensation review board’s ruling on his assessment for disability pension.