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Federal Court exonerates Kamloops Mountie in burger beef dispute

A Federal Court ruling has overturned punishment in case involving a cop, McDonald’s manager

  • Feb 25, 2021

 

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Steakhouses, champagne rooms and almond chai bars: ‘Excessive’ spending at the TNRD

A look into five years’ worth of Sukh Gill’s TNRD credit card spending

  • Feb 19, 2021

 

The eastbound lanes of Highway 1 near Grand Boulevard in Valleyview were closed for several hours after a fatal crash on Feb. 15, 2021, due to a fatal accident. (THE BMJW/Twitter)

RCMP looking for dash-cam footage after two dead in highway crash near Kamloops

Police are still investigating, but weather is believed to be a factor in the crash

  • Feb 16, 2021

 

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Man in hospital after Taser arrest in Kamloops, sparking police watchdog probe

After being handcuffed, the man went into medical distress and is in serious condition

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An emergency response team converged on the Hospitality Inn at 500 West Columbia St. as officers in at least 12 vehicles surrounded the motel on Oct. 16, 2020. Kamloops This Week.

TRU offers cash to help Kamloops students leave motels with safety concerns

In October 2020, the City of Kamloops declared 10 motels and hotels to be nuisance properties

  • Feb 4, 2021
An emergency response team converged on the Hospitality Inn at 500 West Columbia St. as officers in at least 12 vehicles surrounded the motel on Oct. 16, 2020. Kamloops This Week.
Kamloops RCMP covered the animal with a blanket and dragged it out of the home on a carpet. (Kamloops This Week)

Oh ‘deer’: Bambi breaks into Kamloops home

A deer got trapped into a Kamloops home and had to be escorted out by RCMP

  • Jan 27, 2021
Kamloops RCMP covered the animal with a blanket and dragged it out of the home on a carpet. (Kamloops This Week)
Cathy McLeod (File Photo)
Cathy McLeod (File Photo)
Kamloops District Crime Stoppers mascot Anonymoose has been busy promoting the organization’s 50/50 fundraising raffle draw. (Photo credit: Kamloops District Crime Stoppers)

Kamloops & District Crime Stoppers running 50/50 draw fundraiser

Event replaces annual car raffle, which last year was won by an Ashcroft resident

Kamloops District Crime Stoppers mascot Anonymoose has been busy promoting the organization’s 50/50 fundraising raffle draw. (Photo credit: Kamloops District Crime Stoppers)
Members of the Kamloops Blazers visit a young patient at Royal Inland Hospital. This year’s Blazers Teddy Bear Toss is going online, to provide stuffies to patients at the RIH Pediatric Department. (Photo credit: Royal Inland Hospital Foundation)

Kamloops Blazers’ annual teddy bear toss tradition goes online

Online donations will be used to purchase stuffies for young patients at Royal Inland Hospital

Members of the Kamloops Blazers visit a young patient at Royal Inland Hospital. This year’s Blazers Teddy Bear Toss is going online, to provide stuffies to patients at the RIH Pediatric Department. (Photo credit: Royal Inland Hospital Foundation)
Capt. Jennifer Casey, the Snowbirds’ public affairs officer, was killed in the May 17, 2020, crash of a squadron jet in Kamloops. This photo of her was taken in the Okanagan during a July 2019 visit by the team. Mark Brett, Black Press Media.

Petition urges City of Kamloops to rename road after victim in Snowbirds crash

The online petition asks to change the name of Airport Road to Capt. J. Casey Memorial Way

  • May 19, 2020
Capt. Jennifer Casey, the Snowbirds’ public affairs officer, was killed in the May 17, 2020, crash of a squadron jet in Kamloops. This photo of her was taken in the Okanagan during a July 2019 visit by the team. Mark Brett, Black Press Media.
Chris Pratt posted a video showing the beauty of Kamloops, B.C., on Feb. 25, 2020. (Screenshot)
Chris Pratt posted a video showing the beauty of Kamloops, B.C., on Feb. 25, 2020. (Screenshot)
Sculptor Nathan Scott adds detail to the tremendous clay mutton chops of John Abbott. Looking on is the ill-fated John Thompson (front right), the 68-day leader Charles Tupper (back right) and Mackenzie Bowell (back left). (Dave Eagles/Kamloops This Week)

Kamloops sculptor casting Canada’s forefathers in bronze

Four of Canada’s early prime ministers will be cast in bronze at a shop in Knutsford, B.C.

  • Feb 9, 2020
Sculptor Nathan Scott adds detail to the tremendous clay mutton chops of John Abbott. Looking on is the ill-fated John Thompson (front right), the 68-day leader Charles Tupper (back right) and Mackenzie Bowell (back left). (Dave Eagles/Kamloops This Week)