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Meters not needed, just clean water

Mayor Mel is concerned this week whether Kamloops will get news about funding for a new water-filtration plant before the Oct. 13 referendum on water meters.

True stripes appearing

Are we about to see the first of the broken election promises from the BC Liberals?

Pros like you and me

I got to do something last week I had never experienced before.

Psych facility has to change

In 1993, the government of the day promised Kamloops a psychiatric facility.

Tipping their hand

British Columbia's restaurant industry believes an increase in the minimum wage will mean job losses across the province.

Good for council

The game isn't finished by a long shot, but Kamloops councillors appear to deserve credit for finally recognizing an opportunity which existed for the city for many years. LIBERALS MAKE

Finding solutions to U.S. bullying

Once again this summer, forest companies and forestry workers in British Columbia are facing uncertainty.

Second option best

The future of Kamloops Airport has been the subject of much discussion.

Determining left from right

It takes me awhile to tell left from right sometimes.

Parents need to go to school too

As our children begin this new school year, the British Columbia Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils (BCCPAC) would like to highlight the opportunities for parents to be active participants in the education of their children.