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Embracing the dog days of university

Embracing the dog days of university

Thompson Rivers University fine-arts student Ed Chueng takes a short break between writing exams to pet Marlee, a Cavalier King Charles spaniel (left) and Mollie, a golden retriever, in the Brown Family House of Learning.
Her journey to the Big Bang begins

Her journey to the Big Bang begins

When you find yourself involved in research that has sparked the attention of legendary physicist Stephen Hawking, you know you’ve moved into a pretty heady scientific realm. Natascha Hedrich has done just that.
Musing about the Affair

Musing about the Affair

St. Andrews on the Square hosted the Muse Affair Sale on Saturday, Dec. 7. The event featured an eclectic mix of items and attracted many curious shoppers. KTW photographer Allen Douglas stopped by to capture the fun in photos.
110 years of knowledge

110 years of knowledge

Sprott-Shaw College on Victoria Street in downtown Kamloops recently celebrated 110 years of teaching and learning.
Reflecting on a challenging season

Reflecting on a challenging season

Seven-year-old Grace Nelson takes in the Kamloops Blazers-Kootenay Ice game at Interior Savings Centre on Friday, Dec. 6. The Blazers were thumped 7-3 and dropped a 7-0 decision the next night to the visiting Everett Silvertips.
Helping hands

Helping hands

Canadian-Filippino Society of Kamloops president Bien Ballano (centre) is ecstatic as he receives a $741 cheque from Sa-Hali secondary’s Me to We students Sophia de Zeeuw (left), Leah de Zeeuw, Jenna Hardy, Christel Mira and Brie Dinsdale on Friday,
Make a PIT Stop and help

Make a PIT Stop and help

The people who run the PIT Stop program at Kamloops United Church want to prepare gift bags to hand out at their annual Christmas dinner, but they are still missing some items.
Poppy sales raise more than $60K

Poppy sales raise more than $60K

Kamloops Royal Canadian Legion Branch 52 wrapped up its 2013 Poppy Campaign recently, topping last year’s contributions of $60,000.
Help CanGo Grannies help others

Help CanGo Grannies help others

The CanGo Grannies are selling Christmas greenery pots, with all proceeds going to the Stephen Lewis Foundation to help African grandmothers raise grandchildren who have been orphaned as a result of AIDS.
Brock honours its students

Brock honours its students

Brocklehurst Middle School Honour Roll Term 1, 2012-2013 First-class Achievement & Effort Grade 7 SydneyBailey Eric Bertuzzi Preston Bodo Kaylyn Brulotte Rachel Bush Brooke Butcher Same Carne Jordane Cave Keiran Clark-Humphrey Adison Davies Erin Domb