Tranquille Tunnel Theatre Presents: “The Witness” Opening Night: Friday, Sept. 8th, 2017 

 August 22, 2017 /  Darryl Schmidt /  Community, Entertainment, The Arts, Tourism /  No Comments

150 years ago, Betsy Cooney settled at the confluence of the Tranquille Creek, Thompson River, and Kamloops Lake with their two-week-old daughter Kathrine. Over the years this ranching couple became local legends as their fruit and produce won prizes in Europe, their horse herd grew to become Canada’s largest, and they expanded their ranch west 30 kilometers to the end of Kamloops Lake. In 1922, 5 years after the death of Charles, the provincial government forced Betsy Cooney to sell her beloved …

Catch the Rivertown Players in Their Final Week of Performances

 August 22, 2017 /  Darryl Schmidt /  Community, Entertainment, Kamloops, News /  No Comments

With generous support from the RBC Foundation Kamloops, BC — The Kamloops Arts Council’s Rivertown Players present their final week of child-friendly performances! Catch them at these dates and locations (p lease note, this schedule may change due to air quality – check their Facebook page for updates): August 22 – Full Circle Youth Centre, 1105 Kamloopa Way (11am Star | 1pm Key) August 23 – North Kamloops Library (2pm Star) August 24 – McDonald Park (11am Key | 2pm Princess) August 25 – McArth …

WolfPack Women’s Volleyball Introduces Three Latest Recruits (Nyukhalova/Rigelhof/Muzyka)

 August 22, 2017 /  Darryl Schmidt /  Kamloops, News, Sports, TRU /  No Comments

I think this group of girls will bring experience and a level of professionalism to our team.

Public Accounts 2016-17 Released

 August 22, 2017 /  Darryl Schmidt /  News /  No Comments

Finance Minister Carole James released the 2016-17 Public Accounts showing the Province’s financial picture as of March 31, 2017. 

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Small businesses getting crucial support they need during wildfire season

 August 22, 2017 /  Darryl Schmidt /  News /  No Comments

Hundreds of small businesses, First Nations and non-profit organizations are applying for the Canadian Red Cross small business emergency financial grant that was announced by the Province.

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