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Insurance helps when critical illness occurs

Critical illness insurance provides a lump-sum cash benefit to spend as you choose should you experience a life-threatening illness such as cancer or heart attack.

Sabres knot Angels

A late goal from the Sa-Hali Sabres kept the Kam High Red Angels from holding onto a perfect record.

Telus seeks business rate hike

Kamloops businesses could see phone rates going up next month without them knowing about it.

Woman describes throat-slitting incident

Choking back her emotions, a 23-year-old Kamloops woman described having her throat sliced open while fighting off a sexual assault. Norman Eli Larue Jr., 18, is on trial for aggravated sexual assault after a vicious attack on the woman.

Landfill owner disputes ministry's right to lay charges against him

Daniel Ambrosi, owner of the Owl Road Landfill, Valley Paper Cycle Ltd. and Valley Rubber Resources Inc., was in provincial court yesterday facing 20 charges under the Waste Management Act.

Water quality pressing for American forester

Watershed restoration is one of the most pressing issues facing both the Ministry of Forests and the United States Forest Service (USFS).

Trio to have cold ears while research benefits

All Jennifer Gehl could think about when 12-year-old cancer patient Brett Noel was snipping away at her locks was her ears.

MS fund-raiser benefits locally

Multiple sclerosis sufferers in Kamloops will be the winners.

UCC faculty bargains locally

UCC faculty association members aren't ready to vote on a new contract.

Smith pleads guilty

A 27-year-old local woman pled guilty yesterday to attempted murder.