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A B.C. dairy is nearing the end of construction after a fire tore through its processing plant in June 2017.
A paper published by the Harvard Negotiation Law Review by Kamloops lawyer David Paul explores the idea of canine-assisted mediation: having dogs in the room while going through family law mediation proceedings.
Dave Potter suffered a brain injury while riding bareback. He used fitness and nutrition to recover, and has bought a gym to try to help others reach their fitness goals.
Some people love hot cross buns, others hate them. Either way, British Columbians are passionate about their spring-time baked goods.
Two Kamloops mothers say smaller class sizes are stretching teaching resources thin. As a result, their children with specialized learning needs aren't getting the support they need.
Tl'etinqox First Nation Chief Joe Alphonse said the decision to close fisheries and ask members not to fish steelhead this year has been difficult, but necessary to preserve the steelhead population for future generations.
The City of Kamloops hopes to have upwards of 50 units of storage for the community's homeless population to access ready to go by mid-April.
The Sun Peaks Mountain Rescue Society is auctioning off the sign from a now-defunct ski run called High Voltage, which runs under power lines on Tod Mountain.
A young cougar spotted in downtown Kamloops on Wednesday morning has been tranquilized and removed by B.C. Conservation officers.
After five months, the temporary homeless shelter at the former Stuart Wood Elementary school is set to close. With plans to turn the building into a cultural education centre, it's not expected to re-open next winter.
The Upper Nicola Band has partnered with Fortis BC to build a $30-million solar panel farm to generate electricity.
The Cariboo Regional District has just released a new report looking at last summer’s wildfire season.
When the proposal from the LGBTQ pride group and the Aboriginal Youth Voice Group was rejected by council, calls came flooding in from other places, offering space for their initiative.
David Jeff was reported missing on July 31, 2017, while Williams Lake was under an evacuation order due to wildfires threatening the city.
Kamloops artist Bill Frymire will create public artwork that will surrounding the building in around 90,000 tiny pieces of painted aluminum that will ripple like a river.
Right now, the sports centre consists of an indoor pool and an exercise room, with an outdoor rink nearby. But in coming years, it will become a 3,000-person capacity arena.
A Kamloops mother has launched an online petition to bring a lactation consultant back to the region after the position was eliminated two years ago.