Kamloops residents appear very eager to have their voices heard on the question of borrowing money to build a performing arts centre. The City of Kamloops says 1,529 ballots were cast in the first day of advanced voting yesterday.
October 27, 2015 - 3:01pmUpdated: October 28, 2015 - 12:26am
An Arrow transport truck carrying wood chips en route to the Domtar Pulp Mill overturned on Mission Flats Road. Emergency crews responded to the call around 8:45am Tuesday. It's unclear whether there are any injuries as a result of the incident.
Canada Post is putting its move away from door-to-door delivery on hold. The Crown corporation has announced it is suspending its transition to community mailboxes, expected to affected 460,000 homes in the next two months alone.
Everyday, trillions of bytes of data pass through servers all over the world. Here in Kamloops, a new facility opened today, designed to help keep that data secure. Sexqeltkemc (SX) Cloud Services will host a variety of high tech services on the Tk'emlups reserve.
A Celebration of Life was held for the late, long time Executive Director of the Kamloops Art Gallery at the Coast Hotel on Saturday. Hundreds were in attendance at Jann Bailey's memorial service including family, friends and local dignitaries.
420 guests attended the Coast Kamloops Conference Centre last night for the 29th consecutive Kamloops Chamber of Commerce and TD Businesse Excellence Awards. The Chamber received 509 nominations this year according to President Steve Earl.
A First Nations Oil Pipeline Development Summit will be held in Kamloops this week. Organized by the Lower Nicola Indian Band, Chief Aaron Sam says the conference is to bring First Nations together from Alberta and B.C. to discuss the proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.