Swimmers kick off new year with icy dip
The 16th annual Wildlights Festival, at the B.C. Wildlife Park, features the Symphony of Lights, Wildlife Express Train, Uncle Chris the Clown and bonfires with hot chocolate. It runs until Sunday, Jan. 5 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Lights in the Night event participants marched from Lansdowne Village to Stuart Wood school where they were treated to entertainment and prizes.
Some of the evidence gathered by police that led to the double-murder trial of Roy Fraser.
Almost 3,000 skiers, snowboarders and winter adventurers visited Sun Peaks Resort on a record opening day, kicking off what is expected to be one of the best seasons on the mountain.
Animals adapt to snow and ice at B.C. Wildlife Park.
A 24-foot tree was hoisted onto the roof at Hotel 540 by crane. It now sits decorated by the pool and patio area.
Chefs in the City is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Kamloops with proceeds going to underprivileged youth.
More than 600 children and hundreds of parents flocked to Aberdeen Mall on Thursday afternoon for the Trick or Treat Extravaganza. Children traded a non-perishable food item to become eligible to collect treats from mall merchants. Food and cash donations are going to the Kamloops Food Bank.
The eighth annual Zombie Walk took place Saturday with several dozen people in costumes and makeup shuffling along Victoria Street with the occasional dance steps.