November 7, 2015 - 8:30pmUpdated: November 12, 2015 - 12:51am
Kamloops residents have had their say, rejecting the Performing Arts Centre and Parkade Complex. 31.97% of eligible voters cast a ballot in the referendum. Of those 53.74% voted against the centre and 46.26% voted for it.
Cache Creek resident Charlene Milward is seeing her now former home for the first time in months. She still can't believe the destruction, six months after it was gutted on the evening of May 23, 2015.
After six months of reconstruction, and rain delays that threatened to postpone the projected opening date, the Overlanders Bridge has re-opened to four lanes of traffic. All four lanes were open to traffic starting Saturday afternoon, and more importantly for Monday morning's commute.
As we get ready to turn our clocks back one hour this weekend, former President of the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce Bob Dieno says he's tired of changing his clocks over twice a year and wants your help in lobbying the province to stop the time change.
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.