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Dress Red Day generates $4,000

Dress Red Day in Kamloops saw $4,000 raised for the Heart and Stroke Foundation, up by about $500 from last year's event.

Paramedics strike locally

About 50 regional ambulance paramedics walked the picket line yesterday as part of rotating strikes across the province.

School budget balanced using extra government funds

If the provincial government comes through with promised money, Kamloops Thompson School District has a balanced budget.

Patient praises RIH's care

If Connie Wilson had her way, every Royal Inland Hospital staff member would receive a medal of honour.

Nurses petition premier

A petition of 1,000 names supporting nurses in their fight for increased wages, just a fraction of the number collected, was presented to the premier last week in hopes of avoiding a long, drawn-out bargaining process.

April sentence hearing for Gormley killers

The beginning of April will see the next chapter in the Doug Gormley murder trial unfold.

Liberals committed to psych facility

The provincial Liberals are promising a psychiatric care facility will be built here, but Kamloops MLA Cathy McGregor isn't so sure.

New Unity Party leader ready for election call

As far as Chris Delaney is concerned, the provincial election is already on.

WoodLINKS promotes industry

They learn so they can teach.

Aging population needs to consider income-maintenance plans

Today, we are living longer and are more likely to survive many critical illnesses due to medical advances and research.