With school just around the corner, Jim Harrison was joined by BCTF President Jim Iker on Thursday, August 27th to talk education.
How healthy is the game of golf ? The manager of the Golf and Country Club Bryce Mcdermott swung by the Harrison Show Thursday, August 27th to talk about the game and industry
The eliminiation of door to door mail delivery top of mind of CUP-W. VP Patricia Nauss and National President Mike Palechek joined Jim Harrison on Thursday, August 27th to address Ottawa's decision to eliminate home delivery.
Kamloops Mayor Peter Milobar had water restrictions on his mind when he made his weekly visit to the Harrison Show on Wednesday, August 26th.
Why was George Abbott's appointment as Chief Commissioner of the BC Treaty Commisssion rescinded? NDP Aboriginal Affairs Critic Scott Fraser says he knows why. He joined Jim Harrison on Wednesday, August 26th to explain.
Another Kamloops Blazers season is nearly here. Bench Boss Don Hay took a few minutes to connect with Jim Harrison on Tuesday, August 25th to talk about his troop and the upcoming season.
Dodging a bullet on wildfires. Kamloops Fire Rescue Chief Dale McLean popped by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, August 25th to talk about the high danger rating for wildfires this year.
Is it a viable susbstitute for a daily newspaper? Former Daily News Editor Mel Rothenburger swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, August 25th to talk about the NewsKamloops website.
BC Wine Institude CEO, Miles Prodan was on the Jim Harrison Show August 20th to discuss the Kamloops restrictions on wine selling and the wildfire impact on vineyards and Okanagan wines.
A number of topics were discussed August 20th on the Jim Harrison Show including the drought, fire impact on livestock and hot dog penalties with Agriculture Minister, Norm Letnick.
Parliamentary Secretary, Mike Morris dropped by the Jim Harrison Show August 20th to speak about the progress on the wildfire penalty review.
Jim Harrison called it "David VS Goliath". Green Party Leader Elizabeth May talked with Jim August 20th about the campaign and election issues.
With the election campaigning in full swing, the Canadian Cattlemens Association are more than interesting with what the canidates have to say. Association President Dave Solverson expressed the concerns on the Jim Harrison Show August 19th.
Kamloops City Mayor Peter Milobar popped into the Jim Harrison Show August 19th with his weekly update.
A lot of frustration when it comes to filling up at the pumps. GasBuddy.Com Senior Analyst Dan McTeague talked to Jim August 18th about why these prices are the way they are.
August 18th, Steve Thomson, Forests, Lands and Natural Resourse Operations Minister popped on the Jim Harrison show to update the forest fire situation in our Province
It's been a long time coming and it's finally going to happen. Gateway Casino opens it's doors for the first time Wednesday August 19th and Gateway Casinos CEO, Tony Santo dropped into the Jim Harrison Show the day before to share the excitement.
It's the annual CIBC Run for the Cure in Kamloops. Run Director Sarah Kingsley and survivor Connie Hazelwood swung by the Harrison Show to talk about breast cancer and the event.
It's called Slacklining and it's growing in popularity. BC Daredevil Spencer Seabrooke jmade headlines by breaking a record by slacklining, without a harness over a 1,000 foot waterfall in Squamish. He spoke with guest-host Peter Olsen on the Jim Harrison Show on August 13th.
Clover, the Kermode bear has made the attendance at the BC Wildlife Park soar this summer. Manager Glenn Grant popped by the Harrison Show on Thursday, August 13th to share the good news.