KAMLOOPS — The city also confirmed the purchase of another property that will expand the Rivers Trail. The city has bought a house on River Street that will be torn down and developed for park use, allowing the city to connect the Rivers Trail. "The River Street property is one we've been looking at for some time, and that site is beyond its capacity with Interior Services, so we put an offer in on that because it is an extension of our holdings down there," said Christian.
KAMLOOPS — Characters such as Jack Sparro and Elsa from Disney's Frozen made an appearance -- albeit in puppet form - Monday afternoon at Pacific Way Elementary. The groups, including Grade 9 English students from Sahali and kindergarten students from Pac Way, performed their own plays after months of collaboration and storytelling. "Our theme was just to not take your friends for granted and to always work out if you have a problem," said Grade 9 student Laura Nixon.
KAMLOOPS — When the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of B.C. teachers in November 2016, there was hope the more than decade-long battle over class size and composition was over. But if you ask the Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association, the fight is still on. "The composition of students is a little bit better. It's not significantly better," said Laurel MacPherson, the vice-president of the Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association. "I don't know if we have seen much of a change at all.
City CAO David Trawin confirming the purchase of two pieces of property on Tranquille ($1.2 million) and a series of lots on St. Paul ($2.35 million) beside the #Kamloops RCMP detachment. https://t.co/Scx23b5xUK
Pure ice driving through #Merritt on the Coquihalla. Wondering why @VSAMaintenance hasn’t salted the roads. It’s super dangerous and we are going 50 km/h. To anyone driving BC highways tonight, please be extra cautious. Merry Christmas 🎄 https://t.co/2xaFsYQB8g
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