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Meeting told public-private water plants may not work

A national water campaigner was in Kamloops Monday to caution against the city entering into a private-public partnership (P3) concerning its water supply.

Tourism conference attracts national attention

It's an adventure not for the faint of heart.

Trustee Sharma wants literacy report reviewed

Good, but not good enough.

Cultural training urged for school staff

Chief Nathan Matthews suggests the school board and native educators continue to work together, especially on battling racism and in cross-cultural training.

Instalment plan helps tax payments

Paying taxes is hard enough, but the government wants the money sooner than the filing deadline for the tax return. Canadian residents with income which has insufficient or no tax withheld may have to pay tax by instalments.

Sun Guides take resort question on cold tours

Sun Peaks Resort has some of the best skiing conditions in Canada but, for people unfamiliar with the mountain, finding just the right run can be a difficult task.

School board prefers cash to ministerial assistance

Joy MacPhail is willing to help the local school school with its budget but trustees would prefer more money to help.

Opportunity knocks for students

Local high school students are getting an opportunity this week to plan their future.

Alpine club instills confidence and success

The Sun Peaks Alpine Club recently had a tremendous showing.

Hydro fight brewing

Who wants to privatize BC Hydro?