Andrea DeMeer

Manning Park full when fire breaks out over long weekend

Blaze may have been human caused

Manning Park full when fire breaks out over long weekend

Blaze may have been human caused

Fire poses no current threat to Tulameen and area

One of two blazes extinguished

Oliver Mountain fire no longer a threat

Crews look for hot spots

BC Wildfire responds to two fires near Tulameen

Remote community hosting event that attracts thousands

Ultra marathon Fatdog 120 runs away from wildfires

One of the country’s most elite ultra marathons will take a new…

Dog fights among the most common reasons for emergency vet visits

A Saturday afternoon run with the dog turned into a nightmare for…

Oliver Mountain blaze believed to be human-caused

A wildfire that sparked Saturday evening in Oliver is believed to be…

Stranded campers start fire to signal aircraft

Penticton couple spends four days in bush

Increased activity on Snowy Mountain wildfire

BC Wildfire continues to keep close eye on Snowy Mountain and Placer Mountain wildfires

Princeton man under house arrest for relationship with Hedley teen

A Princeton man is under house arrest for 90 days following his…

Suspended sentence for man who threatened to kill pellet gun shooter

A Hedley man received a suspended sentence in Princeton court Thursday, after…

Alcohol suspected in crash after driver fails to call police

A strategically-placed tree saved two Princeton men from plunging 800 feet down…

RCMP Musical Ride is the hottest ticket in town

Tickets for the upcoming RCMP Musical Ride are flying out the door…

Princeton judge loses robes, and two left shoes

Some people will steal anything

RCMP find body of missing Princeton man

Report of possible human remains sparked Monday’s search of the Hedley area

Firefighters hold Pike Mountain blaze

No further growth expected

Non-wildfire related calls line plague dispatchers, block line

The logjam of callers Tuesday night resulted in long wait times for people legitimately calling about new fire activity.

Pike Mountain fire still out of control but did not grow overnight

Twenty-two new blazes reported in Kamloops Fire Centre Tuesday

Pike Mountain fire continues to grow – quadruples in 24 hours

Fire threatens area consumed in 2017 by a 3,500 hectare blaze