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WCT ready for an audience

Nov 29, 2021 / 4:00 am

Western Canada Theatre is welcoming guests for the first time this season with Chelsea Hotel: The Songs of Leonard Cohen. From Dec. 2 to Dec. 11, residents can catch the musical story featuring Leonard Cohan classics including Hallelujah and Closing

LGBTQ+ posters burned

Nov 28, 2021 / 4:00 am

Photo: Sydney Chisholm SD73 confirms LGBTQ+ posters were burned at Valleyview Secondary School District 73 says it is investigating after posters promoting a LGBTQ+ event were burned at a Kamloops school. On Nov. 17, posters promoting

Chief wants input for Pope

Nov 28, 2021 / 4:00 am

Photo: Castanet Staff Tk'emlups te Secwepemc Kukpi7 Rosanne Casimir T’kemlups te Secwepemc is asking for input from the band community regarding what Chief Rosanne Casimir should relay to Pope Francis during her upcoming meeting

TNRD issues broad alerts

Nov 27, 2021 / 5:00 pm

Photo: TNRD The Thompson-Nicola Regional District has issued evacuation alerts in three large areas as rain hammers the already soggy region. Alerts have been issued in low-laying areas of Electoral Area “I” (Blue Sky Country),

Parade to close bus stops

Nov 27, 2021 / 1:54 pm

Photo: Sydney Chisholm Several bus routes will be modified on Sunday to accommodate Christmas parade. Santa Claus is coming to town Sunday and several Kamloops bus routes will be impacted. Many bus routes will have detours and stop closures

'We don't get to go back'

Nov 27, 2021 / 4:00 am

Entire farms and acres of land were washed down the Nicola River last week by flood waters, destroying retirement plans and family homes for many living along Highway 8 between Merritt and Spences Bridge. Flooding has caused significant damage

'Comeback' time for Merritt?

Nov 26, 2021 / 4:00 am

The devastation in Merritt after last week's flooding has some in the community wondering whether it will ever recover. About 1,500 Merritt residents were able to return home on Tuesday, after the entire city was evacuated when the Coldwater

Half off SPCA adoption fees

Nov 24, 2021 / 11:49 am

Photo: Sydney Chisholm Adoption fees are half price at BC SPCA Adoption fees are now 50 per cent off at the BCSPCA, a move aimed at making room for emergency boarding following last week's historic storm. On Wednesday, the BC SPCA

Pet detective working flood

Nov 24, 2021 / 10:01 am

Photo: RCMP David Feller Merritt has its very own pet detective. Const. David Feller of the Merritt RCMP has been saving pets from homes in evacuated areas. In a news release, police said Feller has been working double-duty to reunite

TRU probes serious claims

Nov 24, 2021 / 9:36 am

Photo: Thompson Rivers University Thompson Rivers University’s board of governors is investigating serious allegations against two senior administrators. According to reporting in Kamloops This Week, a complaint filed with the university



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