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A longtime Clinton firefighter is recognized for long service, plus lots of upcoming events.
Once theatre gets into your blood, it’s a hard thing to shake
Active & Safe Central designed for kids, parents, teachers, and coaches
Plus an ice fishing derby, a Fancy Schmancy Tea Party, the Million Dollar Bursary is back, and more.
The battle over the thermostat is quite heated in many households.
Kamloops, Thompson Cariboo region see an increase in deaths over 2017
Scammers are getting more sophisticated as they try to fleece consumers
Program provides 48 students with hands-on outdoor learning experiences around B.C.
Shuswap art studio helps people with special needs express themselves
A map might indicate the location of missing stolen gold.
This year’s vaccine is a good match for the dominant flu strain doing the rounds
Some simple steps to take to decrease the risk of falls
In the run-up to this year’s Art Show, members attend an ‘abstract painting’ lesson.
Regional filmmakers encouraged to submit films for screenings, prizes.
BC Hydro says power use goes up before the game, not during it, as people get ready for kick-off.
There was a good turnout at events in local communities during the week of Jan. 21.
Plus free workshops, Meal and a Movie, a hockey fundraiser, events at Drylands Arena, and more.
Plus a grant application, support for Gold Country, and questions at the last council meeting
Residents had questions about the recent homicide, transients, Block Watch, and more.
Two teams competed in the Masters Open playdowns over the weekend of Jan. 26.