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Dr. Alan ShaverThe Board of Governors has renewed the contract for Dr. Alan Shaver to a second term as president and vice chancellor.

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Dr. Alan Shaver promises to work to address the concerns of faculty after the Thompson Rivers University board of governors renewed the president's contract for a three year term.

The Kamloops School Board has had to delay its inaugural meeeting after it discovered provincial legislation requires it to hold its swearing in ceremony after December 1st.

The Kamloops School District and Thompson Rivers University will be signing a new partnership today.

South Kamloops Secondary was evacuated briefly this morning after a faulty alarm box set off a fire alarm.

A memorandum of understanding between the Kamloops School District and TRU will give students in grades 10-12 a taste of trades education.

Kamloops retailers report a busy Black Friday, with people lined up at the door before stores opened.

An ASK Wellness street worker believes heroin addicts in Kamloops should have access to a program in Vancouver that provides prescription heroin to drug users.
B.C. News
30 minute to two hour long delays for Trans Canada Highway travellers between Revelstoke and Golden because of avalanche control.

A Fedex survey suggests 68 per cent of BC shoppers will buy some of their holiday purchases on-line.

A police officer who admitted pushing a disabled woman to the sidewalk more than four years ago has been handed a six-day suspension.

National News
Some outlets in Western Canada are posting gasoline prices below one dollar per litre as the drop in crude prices have reached a four-and-a-half year low.

 Prime Minister Harper has announced Canada is donating 500-million dollars to a program aimed at providing vaccines for children.

Federal Trade Minister Ed Fast says Canada is disappointed that the U-S is appealing a World Trade Organization meat-label ruling.

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Torrential rains and flash floods have killed at least four people along the French Riviera.

More than four months after the plane was brought down, six coffins carrying the remains of victims of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 were flown to the Netherlands today for identification.

A judge in Mexico has sentenced a doctor to 11 years in prison for the death of a patient during a liposuction procedure.

Pope Francis flies to Turkey today, only the fourth visit by a pope to Turkey, where Muslims make up the majority of the population.

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