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Arrest made in connection with mountain rescue in Kamloops

Arrest made in connection with mountain rescue in Kamloops

A man was released without charge, pending further investigation, after allegedly acting belligerently toward rescuers
Paraglider rescued from Mount Paul

Paraglider rescued from Mount Paul

The man, in his 20s, suffered serious injuries after falling off a cliff atop the iconic mountain that rises above Tk’emlúps and Kamloops
Yacht Club will serve as a shelter through March 2023

Yacht Club will serve as a shelter through March 2023

The Mustard Seed Kamloops has partnered with BC Housing to operate the facility east of downtown
Are you related to Raymond Haines?

Are you related to Raymond Haines?

Kamloops RCMP looking for relatives of man who died three decades ago
Weapons seized in Westsyde traffic stop

Weapons seized in Westsyde traffic stop

Mounties seized a number of items during an early morning traffic stop on Wednesday. Kamloops RCMP issued a press release stating a traffic stop on Westsyde Road at 2:15 a.m.
Longtime early childhood educator recognized nationally

Longtime early childhood educator recognized nationally

Early childhood educator Patti Pernitsky has spent nearly 50 years caring for young people in Kamloops and, on Wednesday, she received the 2022 Prime Minister’s Award for Achievement in Early Childhood Eduction. 
Coast Kamloops, Bright Eye and more receive hospitality awards

Coast Kamloops, Bright Eye and more receive hospitality awards

Tourism Kamloops CEO Monica Dickinson said every industry has a frontline, which is the first encounter and provides the biggest impression. Meanwhile, she said, those frontline workers are usually the last to be recognized. Dickinson said the event is an effort to recognize those individuals. 
Scotties, Special Olympics, Memorial Cup get provincial boost

Scotties, Special Olympics, Memorial Cup get provincial boost

The province has handed out $4.8-million in grant funds this year for tourism events, following a two-year-hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Three Kamloops events have received a total of $190,000.
Charges follow police auto sting in Kamloops

Charges follow police auto sting in Kamloops

The number of stolen vehicle reports to Kamloops RCMP have been on the rise the past three years.
Search continues for Kamloops soldier who fell 105 years ago

Search continues for Kamloops soldier who fell 105 years ago

Jack Gin is still searching for the remains of Private Frederick Lee, who died 105 years ago in France during the First World War