Heritage homes in Kamloops offer a peek into the past
‘The history of Kamloops is wound through them’: heritage homes in the area provide a connection to those who built the city.
Early detection is vital in preparing for wildfire season, Kamloops fire expert says
The work is imperative to acting quickly to reduce damage, but forecasting seasonal fires is difficult, an expert told The Wren
Kamloopsians must prepare for poor air quality, not just flames, experts say
From air quality guidelines to HEPA filters, here’s how to prepare for what could be a smoky wildfire season in Kamloops.
5 kinds of plants you’ll find flowering in Kamloops (Tk’emlúps) grasslands this summer
Kamloops grasslands ecosystems are home to a number of rare, at-risk and endangered plant species. Here’s how to identify some of them.
How service animals reduce disability barriers in Kamloops (Tk’emlúps)
A service dog owner in Kamloops says more awareness of working animals and their handlers’ human rights is needed to ensure disabled residents can get around town freely.
Local pediatrician calls for car-free street pilot at Kamloops schools
School Streets, a pilot program that promotes active transportation and creates a car-free school zone, has been implemented in other B.C. cities.
‘They weren’t just a number’: New KAG exhibit honours children lost at KIRS
215 portraits by artist Johnny Bandura imagine how the children lost at KIRS could have lived their lives.
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