• Jermain’s hat trick leads Cents to 6-4 win against Vees

    Three goals in a span of 25 seconds, in the final two minutes of the third period, propelled the Merritt Centennials to a stunning 6-4 come-from-behind victory over the visiting Penticton Vees at the Nicola Valley Memorial...

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  • Forest industry waits for Pacific trade deal

    Wood products producers are encouraged by the Trudeau government’s decision to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the first step to ratifying a sweeping agreement with Japan, Australia and other Asian countries. International Trade Minister Christia Freeland said this...

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  • Suspect in Kamloops murder arrested on breach charge; no charges yet laid in connection to slaying

    A suspect in the murder of a 30-year-old man outside a North Kamloops sushi restaurant last week has been taken into custody, KTW has learned. The 32-year-old was arrested on Tuesday and charged with breach of probation....

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  • Doctors wanted

    With two Merritt doctors announcing this month that they will be closing their practices in 2016, patients are worried and administrators are bracing “It’s scary. I don’t want anybody to walk in my shoes, because it’s scarier...

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  • Photos: Ladies bonspiel focuses on fun for all ages

    A total of 13 rinks took up the challenge of this year’s ladies’ bonspiel, held at the Merritt Curling Centre on Jan. 22 and 23. Participants came from as far away as Vernon, Kamloops and Logan Lake....

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  • Kamloops Mountie back at work 13 months after being shot

    The Kamloops Mountie who was shot during a traffic stop more than a year ago has returned to work. RCMP Supt. Brad Mueller said Jean-Rene Michaud is back on the job — but not back on patrol....

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  • Who got what?

    Last week, council deliberated over which funding applications would get approved, denied, deferred or amended. Here are the results. With budget meetings just starting to ramp up, at a committee of the whole meeting on Jan. 19,...

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  • Fletcher: This is B.C. on weed

    With unlicensed marijuana dispensaries popping up in urban areas and thousands of unregulated medical licences for home growing still in legal limbo, the Trudeau government is starting work on its promise to legalize recreational use. Marijuana was...

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  • Vohringer: It’s show time for outdoor enthusiasts

    The four seasons of the year are a bit different for me than the average person. The seasons are divided into outdoor trade show season, spring hunting season, fishing season and then fall hunting season. The outdoor...

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  • Letter: Reconsider decision to block path through CMS field

    Editor: School District 58 is planning to block access to the former Coquihalla Middle School (CMS) field from Armstrong Street (“Access denied,” Jan. 21). They should consider the following: 1. Many students of Diamond Vale Elementary use...

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