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Coroner wants warning signs at Riverside Park

Kamloops coroner Brian Rasmussen is recommending the City of Kamloops install more warning signs in Riverside Park after the drowning of a 14-year-old girl July 30.

Manuel comes out swinging

Neskonlith Chief Arthur Manuel says Indian Affairs Minister Robert Nault is failing to live up to his obligations as a federal minister.

Candidates may run locally for Reform Party

Reform candidates could run in the Kamloops and Kamloops-North Thompson constituencies in the coming provincial election.

Traditional Chinese medicine gets go-ahead from Victoria

An ancient form of Eastern medicine, practised in Asia for thousands of years, is now being recognized by Victoria as a regulated heath profession.

Indecision concerns Valleyview

Valleyview business owners have support from the city and, now, they're looking for help from the province.

New look coming as Zellers makes move

When Zellers opens for business in its new Sahali site on March 31, customers are in for a surprise.

Trial run planned for MS trip

Practice makes perfect.

Rally turnout disappointing

There are two ways to look at Wednesday's rally to aimed at showing concerns about the school system.

Deadline approaching for ICBC scholarships

Grade 12 students have until Feb. 28 to send in their RoadSense Team scholarship application into the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia.

EI changes benefit recipients

New employment insurance legislation, tabled by the federal government this month, could see people who collect short-term benefits retaining a few more dollars at tax time.