Adam Donnelly

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.

Ashcroft Jays, 2018 Titans Spring Classic Champions
Ashcroft Jays, 2018 Titans Spring Classic Champions Image Credit: Adam Donnelly

Ashcroft Jays defeat Westbank Cardinals to win Titans Classic Fastball tournament

By Adam Donnelly
May 28, 2018 - 10:31am

KAMLOOPS — After losing in the final of the 2017 event, the Ashcroft Jays got redemption in the 2018 Kamloops Titans Men’s Spring Classic fastball tournament, defeating the Westbank Cardinals 7-6 in the championship game.

Image Credit: CFJC Today

Merritt remains vigilant, hoping they're through the worst of the high water

By Adam Donnelly
May 18, 2018 - 5:30pm

MERRITT — For many residents in Merritt, this long weekend won’t be much of holiday. While it appears the worst of the high water could be over, many who live on the banks of the Nicola River remain vigilant, hoping they might soon be able to start cleaning up after this record flood year.

WolfPack look to build on momentum going into CCBC playoffs

By Adam Donnelly
May 8, 2018 - 2:48pm Updated: May 8, 2018 - 5:59pm

KAMLOOPS --- Starting Thursday, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack baseall team will host the rest of the Canadian College Baseball Conference, as the 2018 CCBC Championships come to town.    The WolfPack enter the championship tournament as winners of seven of their final ten games to close