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Winter tires now required on Interior highways

Winter tires now required on Interior highways

Tires marked with a mountain/snowflake symbol on the sidewall offer the best traction on snow and ice and in cold weather
B.C.’s first female Indigenous provincial judge to be honoured at TRU fall convocation

B.C.’s first female Indigenous provincial judge to be honoured at TRU fall convocation

Marion Buller will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws at the online convocation ceremony on Oct. 8
Kamloops Last Week Episode 18 — banter, news, Pendrel, commentary and the #LastWeekClique debut

Kamloops Last Week Episode 18 — banter, news, Pendrel, commentary and the #LastWeekClique debut

Co-host Marty Hastings calls for the abolishment of lawns in the wake of news on Kamloops water usage during the summer heat wave, goes back to the handshake-greeting-on-a-first-date well and says it is an embarrassment to the City of Kamloops to not have an outdoor, refrigerated rink.
Shane and Andrea Doan named honorary chairs of RIH Foundation’s $35-million fundraising campaign

Shane and Andrea Doan named honorary chairs of RIH Foundation’s $35-million fundraising campaign

The Together We Rise campaign in support of the hospital’s new patient-care tower and phase 2 site renovations
Dig It: Encountering disasters in the archaeological record

Dig It: Encountering disasters in the archaeological record

Dig It is KTW’s regularly published column on the history beneath our feet in the region.
Faith: What does it mean  to be Orthodox?

Faith: What does it mean to be Orthodox?

Part seven of a 10-part monthly series in Kamloops This Week.
The Outdoor Narrative: Questions about hunting not easy to answer

The Outdoor Narrative: Questions about hunting not easy to answer

Humans love to judge, especially others who do things differently than they do.
City of Kamloops gets some funding for Westsyde multi-use path extension

City of Kamloops gets some funding for Westsyde multi-use path extension

The new pathway segment will be 430 metres in length and run along the west side of Westsyde Road between Westmount Drive and Batchelor Hills Drive.
Catharine Pendrel reflects on career in interview with Kamloops Last Week

Catharine Pendrel reflects on career in interview with Kamloops Last Week

Topics include career ups and downs, inspiring mothers, emotional goodbye at nationals, life with baby daughter Dara and husband/coach Keith, what's next for her career, thoughts on dealing with media, gender equality in mountain biking, tutoring national champion Jenn Jackson and more
Kamloops Last Week, Episode 17

Kamloops Last Week, Episode 17

After chatter about proper protocol on first dates — do you greet with a handshake? — co-host Chris Foulds discusses the federal election.