Year: 2011

Prepare for the influenza
The flu season is late in arriving in Kamloops, but the AH3N2 strain will indeed show up soon.

Dale Bass / December 31, 2011

Mienhart Witte
Mienhart Witte of Kamloops, B.C., went home with the angels December 27,…

Wire Service / December 27, 2011

Christmas with Mother Goose
Mrs. Anderson’s kindergarten class performed a skit called ‘Christmas in Mother Goose Land’.

Wire Service / December 26, 2011

Boxing Day is more than sales
The History of Boxing Day is varied and interesting, and depends somewhat on where you research the information available.

Staff / December 26, 2011

Good samaritan thanked by local
Thank you to the good samaritan who led the way for me, down West Side Road on Friday, December 16.

Contributed / December 26, 2011

Common sense needed on roads
December is a month filled with lights, memories, sweets, stress, laughter, tears and credit card bills.

Contributed / December 26, 2011

Another reason why for C-68
Once again my “fuse” has been lit by a “horror story” told to me from people that are being mistreated by the Firearms Registry.

Contributed / December 26, 2011

Students open Santa’s Closet
a group of grade 6/7 students, who had worked diligently on this fundraising project, opened ‘Santa’s Closet’

Elli Kohnert / December 26, 2011

The ‘good old hockey game’
Area skating enthusiasts have been making good use of the outdoor ice rink at the tennis courts in Barriere.

Wire Service / December 26, 2011

A New Year of tradition
Do you ever wonder where the traditions of celebrating New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day came from?

Margaret Houben / December 26, 2011

Agriplex to lock-up
The North Thompson Agriplex’s phase one is now officially completed.

Wire Service / December 26, 2011

New Year at the Peaks
Sun Peaks Resort promises a massive fireworks display to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Tod Mountain

Staff / December 26, 2011