• Informal job action by unionized workers at Highland Valley Copper

    By: Kamloops This Week Unionized workers at Highland Valley Copper south of Kamloops took informal job action on Wednesday to protest recent decisions made by parent company Teck, according to a mine employee who asked to remain...

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  • Logan Lake councillor announces resignation

      The District of Logan Lake will be operating without one of it’s most experienced public servants next year, after Coun. Jim Noble tendered his resignation effective Jan. 5. Noble’s resignation was accepted at the regular council...

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  • B.C. WILDFIRE: Logan Lake’s FireSmart team prevents bigger burn

      Despite the extreme fire risk throughout most of the Kamloops Fire Centre, the District of Logan Lake has — so far — been spared the worst of the wildfire season. The town’s good fortune doesn’t just...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Fatal crash closes Coquihalla Highway

      Two people died and a third remains in critical condition after a vehicle collided with a deer on the Coquihalla Highway between Kamloops and Merritt this morning. Logan Lake RCMP confirmed that a vehicle was travelling...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • Pals across an age divide, forged through a paper bond

    Nine-year-old Evan Dallaire, a student in the Grade 3/4 split class at Logan Lake Elementary, made a new friend this year — albeit one who is a couple years older than him. Evan didn’t meet Pat Marshall...

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  • Logan Lake shows off new fire hall

    The community of Logan Lake has taken a step forward with the opening of a new $3.2 million fire hall. The new city facility was officially opened on May 24. In addition to the fire department, it...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Logan Lake junction hit hard by floods

    Flooding posed significant problems across the region on Friday (May 5), as a portion of Highway 97D and other routes in Logan Lake were washed away by early afternoon. Randy Lambright, Chief Administrative Officer for Logan Lake,...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • This year’s NVSC skating carnival expected to be even better

    Be sure to circle Saturday, March 11 on your calendars, and plan to attend the Nicola Valley Skating Club’s annual carnival at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena from 6 to 8 p.m. This year’s gala event, entitled...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • Merritt’s mayor fed up with delays in getting new doc in town

    Merritt’s Mayor Neil Menard calls them like he sees them — and he’s been watching as his city has lost two doctors and a nurse practitioner over the last year, while bureaucratic delays bogged down any efforts...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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  • Logan Lake applying for funds to upgrade water system

    The District of Logan Lake is hoping to get some funding to upgrade its water distribution system. Chief administrative officer, Randy Lambright, said the district has applied for $1.7 million from a provincial program in order to...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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