Thompson Rivers University wants to become the university of choice for Aboriginal learners. In an effort to raise awareness of First Nation culture and history on campus they are launching an online storytelling series called Towards Indigenizing Higher Ed.
Kamloops’ Don Rice never imagined he would need to surrender of his collection of six horses and ponies, but this month, a combination of personal and professional changes led to him planning to move east.
Some children in Kamloops will be getting a little bit of community history for Christmas this December after the members of the Kamloops Woodworking Guild spent weeks recovering mahogany from the former Keg Restaurant.
The Blue Broncos, a Kamloops peewee football team, have some unfinished business. The squad of 10 and 11 year old’s are in the provincial championship, after letting it slip away last year. Reporter Marty Hastings spoke with them before the big game.
There will be a lot of nudes at the Padlock Studios this weekend. Eberhard Diehl is opening a show tomorrow. It’s called “Panempathy.” It’s a collection he helps will build more acceptance about gender and sexuality.