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Pension key to lawsuit

A class-action lawsuit filed against the federal government last week on behalf of same-sex couples was a necessary step, according to members of the local gay community.

Teacher sentenced

A Kamloops woman said she confronted a local school teacher two years ago about sexual abuse dating back more than 20 years.

Forget makeup, make it permanent

Advanced Aesthetics owner Deanne Thompson has recently added micropigmentation and mobile aesthetics services for her Kamloops clients.

Mining future looking good

The mining industry is expressing faith in the future with the BC Liberals holding more than the balance of power.

Fighting the good fight

There are three bears on the wall of Paul Lagace’s office. One is a youngster, trying to climb a tree. All you can see is the baby bear and the beginning of what is obviously a very big climb.


It's volunteers like David Masurat who make the difference in the Salvation Army's annual Christmas Kettle Campaign.

Certification gives BTA Oil a boost

BTA Oil Analysis Ltd., a Kamloops-based service company, has successfully achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification.

No heritage in old grain elevator

The owner of Purity Feeds says it's likely the old grain elevator on Lorne Street, considered by some to be a heritage structure, will be torn down within five years.

Retreat goes National

Kamloops got National exposure Nov. 22.

Seeking security

Last week, we looked at ways to financial security today and in the future.