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Kamloops Foundation prepping for fundraiser

Kamloops Foundation prepping for fundraiser

The Kamloops Foundation will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year with a fundraising dinner and auction on Saturday, March 29, at Colombo Lodge. TIckets are $65 and available at the foundation office, 2-219 Victoria St.
Walk (and wax) for Memories

Walk (and wax) for Memories

Shouts and yelps filled the student lounge at Valleyview secondary this week.
Highland tea for thee

Highland tea for thee

Local seniors Betty Baleshta (left) and Eugenie Wilson gathered for biscuits and tea at the Kamloops Library as they were entertained by Celtic harpist Neil Burnett on Thursday, Jan. 23, during the annual Unplug and Play events. Dave Eagles photo/KTW
How will Kamloops adapt to change?

How will Kamloops adapt to change?

Eli Pivnick thinks it’s only a matter of time until life in Kamloops — and across the world — changes for good.
Tee it up in snow to help Paul Lake fight fires

Tee it up in snow to help Paul Lake fight fires

The Paul Lake Fire Protection Association is looking to fight fire with ice in its Snow Golf tournament in February. The tournament is scheduled to take place on the frozen surface of Paul Lake on Sunday, Feb. 9.
Bullying seminar at North Kamloops Library

Bullying seminar at North Kamloops Library

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library System is hosting a free bullying workshop, Beyond the Hurt: Bullying and Harassment Prevention Program, at the North Kamloops Library. The seminar will take place on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Devouring dino data

Devouring dino data

Geologist Don Bouffard had an eager audience of dinosaur fans meet him at the Kamloops Library downtown as he presented the much-anticipated Donald Duck Dino Show.
In love for a Rayleigh long time

In love for a Rayleigh long time

This is a love story — times two. It’s a story of two young people, one from Germany, the other from Poland, who happened to meet while leaving their respective countries after the Second World War, both bound for Canada.
Ice is nicer when free

Ice is nicer when free

Brooklyn Lengkeek (left) and Toya Sijohn were among a large group of skaters who took advantage of a free adult skate this week at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre. To find our more about the city’s skating schedule, go online to kamloops.
Kamloops students pack for biology trip of a lifetime

Kamloops students pack for biology trip of a lifetime

Teens to visit land of the Humuhumunukunukuapuaa Brady, principal at NorKam secondary, sees the trip as having more than a basic science value as the students have had to learn about currency exchange and getting a passport.