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Liberal gives D a failing grade as idea

Making convicted drunk drivers more recognizable is not something the provincial Liberals would probably do. Insp.

Murder appeal overturned, woman to serve prison term

A Kamloops woman convicted of killing a local taxi driver has lost her appeal and will be forced to serve her full term. Sonya Faye Courtereille was found guilty of killing 32-year-old Antonie Walter West. He was found stabbed to death Dec.

'Rosey' economy may be wishful

Finance Minister Paul Ramsey may be painting a rosier picture of the province's economic outlook for the next year than what it really is, says one local expert.

Russians discuss business at UCC

It may not be considered nice to take advantage of visitors, but University College of the Cariboo is doing it. In this case, the visitors are four Russian organizational development specialists who are in British Columbia for a couple of weeks.

Airport joins firefighter lobby

If all goes well at Fulton Field this year, Kamloops Airport Authority will have to dole out up to $400,000 for on-site firefighters.

SnowJob coming to Sun Peaks

The show will go on.<br><br>MuchMusic officials say they will be looking into the ongoing native dispute at Sun Peaks Resort but, for now, the show will be going ahead as scheduled.

Psychiatric facility progressing slowly

The TOKO tertiary psychiatric facility at Royal Inland Hospital is moving along, but way too slowly for most people.

Morris found guilty in knife attack

A 23-year-old Kam-loops man has been found guilty of robbery and aggravated assault after a vicious attack on an unsuspecting house guest.<br><br>Brian Douglas Morris showed little emotion as Mr.

Judge orders trial in second-degree murder case

A 54-year-old Kamloops man has been ordered to stand trial on second-degree murder charges.<br><br>Donald Micheal Short is charged with shooting 20-year-old Dean Dennis on the Kamloops Indian Reserve, March 1, 2000.

Native health society opens for five bands

Bringing First Nations people one step closer to healthy living is now a reality in the Thompson Health Region.<br><br>As of Jan. 2, Qwemtsin Health Society was open.