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Halting the hurt

Halting the hurt

Fifteen to 20 species means 15 to 20 different diets. Adrienne Clay’s first patient is a premature, abandoned chick. It chirps and opens its eyes as Clay pushes a feeding tube — no thicker than a wire — down its throat.
HOW WE MET: 'You just know'

HOW WE MET: 'You just know'

In the photo: Darlene and Ian Farquharson complete their How We Met interview with the requisite “selfie,” using KTW’s barnstorming iPad. Ian and Darlene Farquharson stood at the wharf to take in the view.
Future flyers

Future flyers

Future pilots Erik and Paige Hembling and Ila Campbell proudly show off their certificates after their flight with Kamloops Flying Club president Blake Farren.
South Kam’s list of honour-roll Titans

South Kam’s list of honour-roll Titans

South Kamloops secondary honour roll Grade 8 Distinction and Effort Barker, Sydney Blackall, Tia Brisco, Evelyn Bronson, Courtenay Bruins-Slot, Tyler Calder-Bellamy, Katie Carrigan, Calum Chua, Jochebel Cumming, Jensen De Vries, Jordan Eppler, Kyra F
Getting the 2141 back on track

Getting the 2141 back on track

Kamloops Heritage Railway Society engineer Gordy MacDonald (left), conductor Elmer Jorday and shop foreman Doug Ball test the voltage on a dynamo (used to power lights on the engine), as they work on part of the engine for the society’s heritage 2141
A model air show

A model air show

The annual Fun Fly, organized by the Kamloops Model Airplane Society, took place at the society's airstrip off Highway 5, just north of Kamloops. KTW photographer Allen Douglas was there to catch the aerial action with his camera.
Splish-splashing into spring

Splish-splashing into spring

Two-year-old Ethan Cartier shows his best pool-jumping form on Saturday, May 31, at Prince Charles Park in downtown Kamloops. The wading pool at Prince Charles, and water parks in Riverside, McGowan and McDonald parks, are now open daily from 10 a.m.
Your chance to give input on youth mental health

Your chance to give input on youth mental health

The provincial government plans to take a hard look at youth mental health in British Columbia and is asking for input from the public. The Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth will take on the examination, holding meetings this month.
B.C.’s first seniors’ advocate coming to Kamloops

B.C.’s first seniors’ advocate coming to Kamloops

Isobel Mackenzie, the province’s first seniors’ advocate, will be the keynote speaker at a seniors’ symposium in Kamloops on Friday, June 13.
Uganda/Quebec reunion will bring Navy vets to Kamloops

Uganda/Quebec reunion will bring Navy vets to Kamloops

When veterans of the Royal Canadian Navy’s HMCS Uganda/Quebec meet in Kamloops in September, it will mark the first time the military ship’s annual reunion — this one marking 70 years since the vessel was acquired from Britain’s Royal Navy — has been