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Grad spearheaded after-school program

June
17
,
2016
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Grade 12 student Adrian Romeo found her place at Clearwater secondary school on the field, in the science lab and in the council room. Adrian wanted to help younger kids to find their passions, and she found a way to do it. ”You...

'Wish I could learn about everything'

June
16
,
2016
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The year was 1944. The Second World War raged in Europe and the Pacific. Theresa Walker was 13 years old and attending a school in Mission. Then, her life abruptly changed. Her father came home from the army and told her mother he’d met...

New hunting and trapping synopsis released

June
13
,
2016
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The province has released the 2016-18 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Synopsis, detailing the most up-to-date rules and regulations for hunters. The synopsis includes 85 regulatory changes aimed at conserving wildlife and their habitats,...

ROGERS - Taking flyers from newspapers

June
12
,
2016
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NEWSPAPERS took a hit when they lost a big part of their revenue from classified ads to websites like Kijiji and craigslist. They still have flyers to support them, but it's just a matter of time before the Internet figures out a way to...

Free fishing events planned for Father's Day

June
10
,
2016
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Free fishing and and community angling events are in store for Father’s Day weekend. The 17th Annual Family Fishing Weekend runs June 17-19, offering special angling events in 49 communities throughout B.C. – from hatchery tours, to...

Family picnic caps early learning program

June
8
,
2016
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Imagine the largest Mother Goose circle ever formed, topped off with a piece of cake. Those are some of the attractions in store at the 11th annual Teddy Bear/Mother Goose Picnic at Riverside Park on Thursday, June 16.   The free...

Nice catch there, bud!

June
8
,
2016
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By CARMEN WELD It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience and one Summerland man caught it all on camera. Chad Pressey was trout fishing on Agur Lake near Summerland on Monday when a fish caught the line. “I was reeling in...

Diabetes fundraiser expands in Kamloops

June
7
,
2016
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A fundraising program that has become a key tool for dealing with the rising prevalence of diabetes has come to Kamloops. Canadian Diabetes Association announced Tuesday that its Clothesline program — which offers free residential pickups...

Kidney disease support group meets

June
7
,
2016
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If you have been affected by kidney disease, you should know that there is a support group in Kamloops. The group meets on the second Saturday of every month, with the next gathering scheduled for June 11, 10 a.m., at the A&W restaurant in...

Symposium looks at aging in a new age

June
3
,
2016
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Health aging in community is the focus of the third annual Seniors Symposium, taking place Friday, June 10, at Sandman Signature Hotel. A collaboration between Oncore Seniors Society and the City of Kamloops, Aging in a New Age features keynote...