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Kamloops police officer sues Vancouver doctor

A Kamloops police officer is suing a Vancouver surgeon, claiming he is responsible for a blood clot which has permanently damaged his leg.

It's tough to be an optimist

The latest downward movement in the markets makes one wonder when the slippery slope will flatten.

City admits breaking regulation

Lawyers were expected to wrap up final submission Friday in a case where local property owners are suing the City of Kamloops for devaluing their property.

Two dozen heading to Uji

Twenty-four people from Kamloops will be heading to Uji, Japan this week.

City will let dogs out to play

Kamloops isn't going to the dogs, but city officials would like to see it become a little more canine friendly.

Loggers prefer sharing stumpage fees with natives

The chair of the Interior Loggers Association says the provincial government should stop giving natives timber cutting rights.

Homeowner wins untidy property appeal

Phil Strange has discovered if you build it, he will come.

SnowJob a go but natives still protest

SnowJob 2001 will go ahead next week at Sun Peaks.

Woman convicted of aggravated assault

A Kamloops woman convicted Friday of aggravated assault will be sentenced March 22.

Forest reserve speed a concern

High-speed government worries Joe Foy.