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Internet changes global job picture

As many readers know, I have been travelling in India since early September. I have been very interested, while here, to learn more about India's emergence as a global centre of excellence in technology.

Keep in touch with kids

Question: My husband and I divorced two years ago. My son is seven and my daughter is five. Their father got custody of them after a very unfair court battle that I couldn't afford. As soon as he got them, he moved out of province.

Youth to go green

All local youths who want to learn about creating sustainable transportation for their community are being asked to submit applications for the International Youth Summit on Sustainable Transportation.

Crisis line considered

A decision on returning a crisis phone line to Kamloops won't be made until the new year.
Wake up, Santa!

Wake up, Santa!

You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout, I'm telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town - on Saturday. The first problem is obvious.

Clean the sidewalk or face a fine

It's that time of year when the city starts receiving complaints about snow-packed, icy sidewalks.

Christmas with the stars

How would you like to spend Christmas? Passing the turkey to Tom Cruise, perhaps, or singing carols with Celine Dion? For our fifth annual Kamloops This Week Christmas Story Contest, we want you to tell us what movie star or musician you'd like to sp
Rejoice - nativity exhibit returns

Rejoice - nativity exhibit returns

They come from around the world to Kamloops at this time of year. Big and small, they flow into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints next week for all to enjoy.

Tree festival starts Monday

With a month to go until Christmas (what, you still haven't started your shopping?), the annual Festival of Trees runs this week at St. Andrew's on the Square.

Success for local models

Several local models returned from the Faces West Convention in Vancouver recently with stars in their eyes. Ty-Rhea Models president Tyleen Morgan said several members of her team came back with job offers and international recognition.