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Kamloops author helps readers find Lost Kootenays

Kamloops author helps readers find Lost Kootenays

The book by Eric Brighton of Kamloops and co-author Greg Nesteroff of Nelson features more than 140 historical photos from the Kootenays
City of Kamloops accepting social grant applications

City of Kamloops accepting social grant applications

Up to $30,000 in funding can cover operational costs, special projects, special capital expenditures or one-year seed money for a social enterprise initiative
A&T donates $50,000 to RIH Foundation

A&T donates $50,000 to RIH Foundation

The donation will support initiatives such as funding priority equipment for the new patient-care tower and helping with the expansion of infrastructure in the current hospital
NorKam rugby, volleyball girls feature in Episode 20 of Kamloops Last Week, with Pass for Cure event set for Friday

NorKam rugby, volleyball girls feature in Episode 20 of Kamloops Last Week, with Pass for Cure event set for Friday

Student-athlete interviewees include Myranda MacKenzie, Aleyna Gamble, Courtney Jones, Samanah Shanko, Brooke Jeffries and Jaime Dickson
Operation Red Nose to return to Kamloops roads this year

Operation Red Nose to return to Kamloops roads this year

The safe ride home service will again partner with PacificSport Interior BC to operate the service from Nov. 26 through New Year’s Eve
TRU study details BCLC’s economic impact in Kamloops

TRU study details BCLC’s economic impact in Kamloops

A Thompson Rivers University study released on Oct. 12 estimates that, over the past 35 years, BC Lottery Corporation activities have contributed $2.2 billion to the economic and social development of Kamloops, where its head office is located
KTW 2021 Readers' Choice Awards Winners Reception

KTW 2021 Readers' Choice Awards Winners Reception

The 2021 Kamloops This Week Readers Choice Awards Winners Reception was held on Sept. 29, 2021 at the Delta Hotel by Marriott Kamloops, where we handed out winners' plaques to some of the more than 200 winning businesses recognized by KTW readers.
New playground opens on McArthur Island

New playground opens on McArthur Island

It is located behind the mini-golf course and is part of the city’s long-term plan to redevelop the former McArthur Island Golf Course into a passive park space
Exhibit in Kamloops delves into the Japanese-Canadian experience

Exhibit in Kamloops delves into the Japanese-Canadian experience

Collective Memories: Japanese Canadian Reflections was put together with the help of the Kamloops Japanese Canadian Association and its members, with a number of their stories shared and pieces of history loaned to the museum
After a pandemic pre-emption, Santa Claus is coming (back) to town

After a pandemic pre-emption, Santa Claus is coming (back) to town

The Santa Claus Parade in downtown Kamloops is scheduled for Nov. 28