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UCC students receive scholarships

Four UCC students were recently awarded a scholarship from the Certified General Accountants Association of British Columbia.

Stay safe and buckle up

Seatbelt use in this province is declining and the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia's Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) is trying to change this with a Buckle up for Life message.

New wheels for books

In the market for a used vehicle?

High-tech success

A Kamloops success story is getting more successful all the time after a recent acquisition by MediaWave Communications Corp.

World's a stage

Once Sheanna James completes her four-year arts degree with a major in theatre at Queen's University, she hopes to one day appear in a Broadway play, on television or in movies.

People need to be bear aware

With the recent rash of bear attacks throughout the province, organizers for the Bear Aware program are warning people to take precautions.

Natives concerned about death threat

A death threat aimed at natives is evidence of the community's rising tensions over native issues, says Neskonlith Indian Band chief Arthur Manuel.

'Victim' lied to police

Kamloops RCMP are investigating two Kamloops men after one lied about who attacked him. ABDUCTION IN AG HANDS

Meters not a done deal

When the city builds a new water-treatment plant, water rates in Kamloops will rise. The amount depends on the conservation measures the city implements before construction begins, says utilities engineer Mike Warren.

Abducted Falkland boy found

Falkland RCMP have turned an abduction file over to the Attorney General after a nine-year-old boy and his mother were located in Oregon.