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Keg marks 30th anniversary

For Gurdeep Ollek, the proof may not be in the pudding, but it's definitely in the steak.

Decisions, decisions

Patricia Meyer thought the person on the phone would try to sell her something.

Back-to-school finance blues

The two-sided sword strikes again. Mom and dad are relieved to know for a few hours a day the junior segment of the family is going to be immersed in the honourable pursuit of higher learning.

Ackland awaits sentence

Daniel Ackland will learn Sept. 14 how much time he will have to spend in prison.

Charges laid in Sun Peaks incident

Charges have been laid against 12 members of the Native Youth Movement and associates following a blockade of the road leading to Sun Peaks Resort on Aug. 24.

Both sides of autism

Kamloops resident Jill Calder says she sees both pros and cons of individualized funding for autistic children in British Columbia.

Franz Hauzeneder expresses love for city

Franz Hauzeneder grew up in Germany but now calls Kamloops home. In the hills west of the Rockies, CHORUS Everyone is Kamloops greeting (Chorus) Mount St. Paul and Mount St. Peter, (Chorus) As a sister and a brother, (Chorus)

Leak contained and pipe fixed

A cracked pipe is expected to be repaired today at Weyerhaeuser's pulp mill.

Motivation awarded

Seventeen winners will share the spotlight at this year's Kamloops Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards.

Security goes local

With no local security monitoring systems in Kamloops and "a hole in the market," co-owners Sean Hooper and Dawn Petrie have opened Sage Security Systems.