Adam Donnelly has deep roots in the North Thompson Valley. He was born and raised in Clearwater, and grew up watching CFJC News, before spending 8 years living, working, and studying in Kamloops.
Adam graduated from BCIT's Broadcast and Media Communications program in 2013, and immediately took a job at CKPG News in Prince George. He worked for two years in BC's Northern Capital; when not working, Adam spent many hours at the rink as the Media Director for the BCMML's Cariboo Cougars. In August 2015, Adam moved back to Kamloops to join CFJC News, as a Videojournalist.
Adam's a passionate sports fan, who enjoys covering local teams. One the highlights of his career, so far, is calling play-by-play for the Men's and Women's Hockey tournaments, during the 2015 Canada Winter Games.
September 21, 2017 - 11:04amUpdated: September 21, 2017 - 12:37pm
KAMLOOPS — There are dozens of worthy non-profit organizations in our community, making sure those in need are taken care of. When it comes to donating to those organizations, choosing where to spread your dollars to can be a difficult decision.
KAMLOOPS — It wasn’t the effort WolfPack Men’s Soccer Head Coach John Antulov envisioned for his team Sunday against the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, but it was still enough for a convincing victory, as TRU defeated the visitors 3-1.
September 15, 2017 - 4:45pmUpdated: September 15, 2017 - 6:10pm
KAMLOOPS — For 18 years, the Children’s Arts Festival has been entertaining and informing Kamloops kids. The event, which is put on by the Kamloops Arts Council, gives children the opportunity to understand the arts through experience.
KAMLOOPS — As part of the budget update announced by the BC government yesterday, $681 million dollars has been earmarked for education - $177 million dollars of that is new money - meant improve classroom supports for children by adding up to 3,500 teacher positions throughout the province.
September 11, 2017 - 5:14pmUpdated: September 12, 2017 - 7:17am
KAMLOOPS — When you go out to eat, how often do you consider just where it is that food came from? That’s the question many local chefs answered on Sunday, as the annual Farm2Chefs grazing event was held at the old Stuart Wood Elementary location, in downtown Kamloops.