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Closures put hospital in diversionary mode

The closure of two ICU beds at Royal Inland Hospital will likely add to surgical wait-lists, says Dr. David Kincade.

Nault a no-show and natives unhappy

A native information camp erected at Sun Peaks Resort will remain in place indefinitely after Indian Affairs and Northern Development Minister Robert Nault failed to attend a meeting called by native leaders and Sun Peaks owner Masayoshi Ohkubo.

Chinese new year celebrated

This dragon has lucky eyes.

SPCA needs more PALS

The Kamloops SPCA badly needs some PALs.

Avoid pet checkups

More than 40 per cent of cat and dog visits to veterinary clinics relate to eye and ear problems.

Firefighting staff OK: Transport Canada

Transport Canada has backed off on its insistence locally owned airports have on-site fire protection.

brief storm slows city

Mother Nature sure has a knack of playing nasty tricks at times.

When tough times hit, it's wise to invest

Throughout history, investors have said, "I don't want to invest my money now because ..."

106 find jobs

Theresa Brooks wants businesses in Kamloops to know Training Works.

Trusts help avoid probate

For years, seniors have been looking for a safe vehicle for bypassing probate and probate fees in B.C., which are the second highest in Canada and do not have any upper limit.