TIS TOON: Where’s the yard?

TisToon examines the effect of heavy snowfall on man's best friend

Cold, cough and influenza season has arrived in Interior Health

Anyone suffering from influenza symptoms should minimize contact with others

Our role in suicide prevention

In any given year, one in five people in Canada will experience a mental health problem or illness

Wilderness preparedness and safety tips

As the number of people in the wilderness has increased in recent years, so have the number of search and rescue operations

Where Are They Now? Kamloops family learned from carbon monoxide scare

After a family’s brush with carbon monoxide poisoning they weren’t sure if their lives would return to normal

PHOTO: Voices United helps Red Cross

The money is the proceeds from the Voices United Choir presentation held Dec. 17 at the Baptist Church

Wildlife Allocations for 2017-21 released

Hunts that are on allocation are those that have percentage “splits” between residents and guides on hunting opportunities

More students mean more money for school district

Kamloops-Thompson school district will receive $1.17 million in additional funding

Students write Christmas stories

The following are the entries in the Times' Christmas story contest from students in the Grade 4 to Grade 7 division

Asking questions about alternative voting systems

Kamloops MP says electoral-reform process is ‘a mess’

PHOTO: Go Hosers!

Clearwater Hosers Old Timer hockey club has had the good fortune to be able to give to a number of good causes over the years

BC Coroners Service identifies fire victim

BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of a woman who was found deceased following a fire in Clearwater on Dec. 1

Off-road vehicle registration program growing

More than half of off-road vehicles in B.C. are now registered under new provincial rules

PHOTO: Seniors enjoy monthly lunch

Over 60 seniors were treated to music, an informative talk by about Aging In Place, a reading of the Night Before Christmas

A refugee reaches out to help Fort McMurray’s displaced

Part of Basel Abou Hamrah' desire to help is prompted by a need to give back to Canadians who helped him

Special-needs students’ grad rates rising in SD73

In the 2010 school year, that completion rate was 46.6 per cent; at the end of the 2014 school year, it had grown to 71.7 per cent

Hepatitis A case prompts public health alert in Clearwater area

People who may have been exposed while eating at Clearwater Dairy Queen advised to be immunized

Wanted man believed in Clearwater area

Police believe that Barry David Smith, 43, who walked away from a prison work crew last September, is in the Clearwater / Blackpool area

A prize for helping others

Canfor employee wins $500 gift certificate from Wells Gray Home Hardware as part of United Way campaign

Cause of fatal fire in Blackpool a mystery

The fire started in the living room of the unit at the Mountain View Trailer Park