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Kamloops Airport is experiencing a decrease in the number of travellers as the 2017 calendar grows
Why does Earth Day Canada care so much, and why should you?
Approximately 75 youngsters take part in annual Easter egg hunt put on by Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department
Students in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music and Technology Program will hit the stage at Nelson’s Spiritbar on April 21
The Rossland Light Opera Players’ production of The Reluctant Dragon will premiere at the Rossland Summit School on Friday.
The Selkirk College Saints have started the post-graduation rebuilding project.
A grassroots group of entrepreneurs and individuals are working to build an engaged network to support entrepreneurship in Castlegar.
Join the Kootenay Gallery in celebrating National Poetry Month with an evening of readings by two Kootenay poets.
Wells Gray Community Forest reports on completion of 10 years of operation and giving away millions of dollars
Senior writers are getting an extra month to submit their work to the third annual Cedric Literary Awards
With fentanyl being a predominate issues in B.C. MLA candidates discuss how to deal with the crisis.
MLA candidates offer comment on the latest poll results
The riding was last held by the NDP in 1991, when Fred Jackson became MLA
The Nelson Amigos won a 45-plus men's hockey tournament in Las Vegas this month.
To all candidates and residents in the Kamloops North Thompson Riding
Abby Majeski won two gold medals for the Nelson gymnastics club.
The deadline to file your income tax and benefit return is fast approaching
Shawn Farquhar’s Cabaret of Wonders is back for its last installment of the season
When I became a teenager I was very rebellious and wanted nothing more to do with my parents’ church
To kick off this momentous year in the TNRD’s history, there are a couple of contests