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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.

Suspensions follow fight

Kamloops RCMP are investigating a fight at Brocklehurst Secondary School which shocked students and teachers.

Provincial grant kickstarts Wildhorse

The first step towards a multimillion-dollar industry was taken Friday.

Taxi company cuts drivers' pay but reinstated following day

A local taxi company, desperate to offset high propane prices, cut drivers' commissions Thursday, only to reinstate them the next day.

UCC gets funding boost for research

University College of the Cariboo is stepping out further on the national stage.

Laursen a man of many interests

Ejnar Laursen has never been kick-boxing champion of the world.

ICBC rate freeze extension condemned

Both Kevin Krueger and Mark Milke are crying foul this week about ICBC's decision to freeze mandatory automobile insurance rates for the sixth consecutive year.

Special education needs more money

Parents, teachers and professionals have a message for the Kamloops-Thompson school board.

Trustees talk to education minister

Barry Brady couldn't find much positive to say about a talk he had with Education Minister Joy MacPhail yesterday.

Private systems bad for water

Mel Hale says Victoria should ban privately run water systems after a Sierra Legal Defense Fund report on water regulations gave British Columbia a failing grade.<br><br>B.C.