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Lot shortage in Kamloops leads to spike in redevelopment

Lot shortage in Kamloops leads to spike in redevelopment

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association said only three per cent of the city’s land base can be developed, with infill occurring as a result
Campaign to stop City of Kamloops herbicide use

Campaign to stop City of Kamloops herbicide use

The Thompson Watershed Coalition and the Kamloops Food Policy Council will be at farmers’ market on May 21
Police pinpoint polluting vehicles in blitz

Police pinpoint polluting vehicles in blitz

With exhaust modifications, vehicles can also exhale hotter gases, creating more of a fire risk for those who off-road on dry grass
Bone found near airport belongs to Kamloops man reported missing

Bone found near airport belongs to Kamloops man reported missing

David Bosanac was reported missing on March 18. On March 26, the bone was found
Tk’emlúps to stage day-long ceremony on May 23

Tk’emlúps to stage day-long ceremony on May 23

Governor General Mary Simon will speak at the event, being held to recognize the first anniversary of the discovery of 215 probable graves on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School
Kamloops mayor likes sale of pulp mill to Kruger of Montreal

Kamloops mayor likes sale of pulp mill to Kruger of Montreal

Ken Christian pointed to Kruger’s existing presence in B.C., with a tissue plant in New Westminster and the Zeballos Lake Hydro Plant on Vancouver Island
KTW honoured at Ma Murray Awards

KTW honoured at Ma Murray Awards

Kamloops This Week claimed two golds and a bronze at the past weekend’s BC Yukon Community Newsmedia Association event in Richmond
Grassfire west of Savona under control

Grassfire west of Savona under control

The human-caused Juniper Knoll blaze was ignited on the morning of May 17 and has been mapped at three hectares
Accused arsonist's bail hearing set for May 26

Accused arsonist's bail hearing set for May 26

Angela Elise Cornish, 42, was arrested on May 11 and charged with multiple counts of arson following a joint investigation between the BC RCMP and BC Wildfire Service
At long last, Jessie Simpson is coming home

At long last, Jessie Simpson is coming home

The victim of a life-altering baseball bat attack in 2016 will return to his Savona home this Victoria Day long weekend for the first time since the assault