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Couple sues city for property value drop

A local couple is suing the city for devaluing their property after city officials earmarked their home for demolition and then refused to buy it.

Family wants father back after pornography trial

The family of a Kamloops man convicted of making child pornography wants their father back.

Human rights ruling helps welfare renters

A recent British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal ruling is good news for the needy, says Valoree Baker.

Zoo owner won't be intimidated by vandals

Al Threatful has seen the cruel and unusual actions of Kamloopsians in the past, but the owner of Little Farmers Petting Zoo isn't giving up on the good human nature.

Edwards guilty of Gormley murder

Family and friends of Neil Hector Edwards began sobbing yesterday after the 21-year-old was found guilty of the second-degree murder of Douglas Gormley.

Guides and Scouts hike for hunger

Girl Guides in Kamloops, as well as other communities in British Columbia, will be hiking for hunger tomorrow to help fill the shelves at the Kamloops Food Bank.

Nault not headed to Sun Peaks

Indian Affairs Minister Robert Nault likely won't be heading to Sun Peaks Resort anytime soon.

Neon is stylish and practical

When the completely redesigned Chrysler Neon appeared in the spring of 1999, not only did it appear to be the first vehicle with the year-2000 designation but it was also one of the roomiest, most powerful and fuel-efficient small cars on the market.

Trucker continues to drive home message

A Kamloops truck driver has parked his rig but is travelling countrywide in an effort to give the industry a common voice.

Festival features wine

Today is Valentine's Day and someone just realized he forgot to get his special someone a gift.