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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Police investigate city’s first homicide of the year

RCMP have identified the victim of Kamloops’ first homicide of 2017 as 26-year-old Cody Foster of Kamloops. Foster was killed Saturday night at an RV park in the 9000-block of Dallas Drive, adjacent to the BC Wildlife Park. Police and emergency crews were called to the address around 9:30 p.m. Feb. 11 about a disturbance where a man was being detained by witnesses. When they arrived, police found a 56-year-old man being held down by several witnesses and the man was taken into custody. Investigators entered a trailer where they found Foster, who had succumbed to his injuries. The suspect, identified as Stephen Fraser of Kamloops, was arrested and taken to the Kamloops RCMP detachment. RCMP Cpl. Jodie Shelkie said a second degree murder charge has been laid Fraser, who made a brief court appearance Feb. 14. The investigation by the RCMP Serious Crime Unit continues. Anyone with further information who hasn’t yet spoken with investigators to contact Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

Subway robber sought Kamloops RCMP are looking for a Subway customer who took more than a foot-long in his to-go order. At about 4:50 p.m. Mon. Feb. 13, the culprit entered the Subway restaurant on Oriole Road in Valleyview, demanding money from the cash register. He made off with what officers describe as an undisclosed amount of cash, and took off on foot. Investigators say no weapon was produced in the crime, and no one was injured. The suspect is described as dark-skinned, but not First Nations; 5’10” to 6’ tall; his face was covered with black bandana with white skulls; he was wearing a black-rimmed baseball cap, black jacket, and black skater shoes. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Long Blades skate to personal bests

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FUNale fun skate. Meena Litt and Keidis Corrigan race at the Okanagan FUNale in Vernon last weekend. Submitted photo

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Members of the Kamloops Long Blades Speed Skating Club were back in action in two separate events last weekend. At the Winter Classic Long Track Competition held at the Calgary Olympic Oval, Sylvie Lloyd achieved personal best times in the 1000m and 3000m while Isaiah Jessie Uribe raced to personal best times in the 500m, 1000m and 1500m. In addition, Uribe achieved his Canada Cup Time Standard, which will allow him to join Lloyd and Thom Keijzer (who achieved theirs earlier in the season) at Canada Cup #4 in Calgary next month. Keijzer has been skating many personal bests over the season while racing in Holland and is looking forward to joining his Kamloops Long Blades teammates in Calgary. Meanwhile, 18 skaters competed at the Okanagan FUNale in Vernon Sat. Feb. 11. Jacob Beesley, Keidis Corrigan, Dawson Doern, Emily Heinen, Jared Roberts, Nelson Smith and Samantha Stadfeld all skated to three personal best times out of four races while Caleb Van der Merwe raced an impressive four personal best times out of four races. In addition, the Kamloops Long Blades Speed Skating Club won the Interclub Challenge Trophy for the most points accumulated during the Okanagan Interclub Meets this season. Next weekend, Feb. 18/19, Kris Pynten will be competing at the Western Elite Circuit #3 at the Calgary Oval.

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Many of us crave the fresh sights and scents of the warm weather in the depths of winter. And even though it’s not spring yet, you can beat the winter blues by transforming your home into a fragrant, garden-scented oasis. Fragrances from common backyard plants can enhance our mood and lift our winter-weary sprits. “Plants have scent characteristics that evoke specific emotions and even have wellness properties,” said Pam Helms, co-founder of Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day and scent sommelier. “There’s relaxing lavender, cool and crisp basil, energizing lemon verbena or soothing honeysuckle. Energizing scents work best in the kitchen, while something more relaxing is ideal for the bathroom or bedroom.” Helms said how you can bring different scents into your home. Natural, plant-scented candles or diffusers are

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Around Town

• THE BIG LITTLE SCIENCE CENTRE, 655 Holt St., open for public drop-ins Tues – Sat, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., with daily hands-on fun in the exploration rooms; interactive science shows at 11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Sat. Feb. 18: Super Static Electricity Show. An interactive, fun show that introduces static electricity, explores how it works & produces static in many ways, including using van de Graaff generators. Is it time for your science centre hair-do? Tues. Feb. 21, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.: BLSC Travel Booth at Thompson Rivers University Family Night of Science. Celebrate science with the BLSC at the TRU Science Building, with loads of hands-on fun. Plus, watch the Fantastic Physics Show. Fun for all ages. Free parking. 250-554-2572. • Kamloops Film Society Winter Film Series every Thurs at 7 p.m. at Paramount Theatre, Victoria St. Tickets from MovieMart, 444 St. Paul St., online, or at the door. Feb. 156: Manchester By the Sea; Feb. 23: Things to Come. • Kamloops Artisan Market, every Sat, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Sahali Mall through April 29. Artisan vendors wanted: artists, crafters, home-based businesses, musicians, performers, psychics, astrologers, etc. Karla, 778-220-2032 or • Heart on His Sleeve Memorial Concert for Rob Medves at CJ’s Nightclub, Feb. 18, featuring Chris Buck & Big Shiny. Proceeds to Heart & Stroke. • Barnhartvale Coffee House featuring Toejam & open mic at Barnhartvale Hall, 7390 Barnhartvale Rd., Feb. 18. Doors: 7 p.m. Music: 7:30 p.m. Admission: $5. • Kal Tire 2nd annual Bubble Ball for Heart & Stroke at Tournament Capital Centre, Feb. 19. Enter your team & bounce big for Heart & Stroke! • Western Canada Theatre presents Ring of Fire at Sagebrush Theatre, Feb. 23 – March 4. The ultimate tribute to the iconic Johnny Cash, telling the story of finding love, success, faith & redemption. Performed by a multi-talented cast, includes all of Cash’s classic hits, including: I Walk the Line, & A Boy Named Sue. A powerful tribute to the Man in Black, an endlessly entertaining journey that’ll leave you cheering for more! All ages welcome. • Sabrina Weeks & Mike Hilliard Performance Schedule: Feb. 23, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., as Ryan 7: Montana’s Country Music Night, 1055 Hillside Dr. March 3, 8 – 11 p.m., as Ryan 7: Chances Barside Lounge, 1250 Halston Ave. March 4: Mike Hilliard Band, at Pogue Mahone, 843 Desmond St. Details: TBA. • Thompson Valley Activity & Social Club (TVASC) presents Let’s Dance, Sat. March 8, 8 p.m. – midnight, at Brock Activity Centre, 9A – 1800 Tranquille Rd. (Note new location.) Music by BC Barn Catz. Tickets: $10 from Francoise, 778-220-8010, Norma, 250-299-7221, or Zonia, 250-372-0091. TVASC: Info line: 250-5715111; email:; website: • BROCK CENTRAL LIONS CLUB meets the 1st & 3rd Thurs of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Brock Centre for Seniors Information, 9A – 1800 Tranquille Rd. New members always welcome. Call Victor, 250-554-8031.

• Art exhibit at Arnica Artist-run Centre, last day, Feb. 18, featuring Kelsie Balehowsky Collective Isolation, & Xiao Han The One. • Artists Talk with Laura Findlay, Feb. 18, 1 p.m. at Kamloops Art Gallery, 101 – 465 Victoria St. Join artist Laura Findlay to learn more about her research & painting practice. Findlay’s exhibition in The Cube, Moving While Looking at Things That Do Not Move, includes an array of objects with cylindrical imagery & textures meant to be observed from all sides, revealing the static but shifting landscape of vessels. Through these works, Findlay questions the current role of history painting through notions of narrative, empathy & the sublime. Following her talk, Findlay will lead a hands-on workshop in the KAG studios. Appropriate for all ages. • Family Art Saturday, Feb. 18, 2 p.m. at Kamloops Art Gallery, 101 – 465 Victoria St. A free family event that includes tours & activities in the KAG galleries as well as innovative art workshops in the studios. Be inspired by the artwork in Becoming Animal/ Becoming Landscape, & Laura Findlay: Moving While Looking at Things That Do Not Move, and hit the studios for a hands-on workshop with artist Findlay. No registration required. All supplies are provided. Good for all ages. • Kamloops Symphony presents Chamber Music Series at Thompson Rivers University Alumni Theatre, Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m., featuring the Sun Rivers Trio: Sally Arai, clarinet; Cvetozar Vutev, violin; Naomi Cloutier, piano. Tickets at • 21st annual Kamloops Film Festival, March 2 – 11, at Paramount Theatre, 503 Victoria St. This year’s festival will feature a diverse collection of 21 films from around the globe. Take part in screenings, film discussions, special events 7 more. Tickets at Moviemart, 444 St. Paul St.;; or at the door. For film schedule, tickets & festival: • Chimera Theatre monthly improve shows, 8 p.m., at the Stage House Theatre, 422 Tranquille Rd. Doors: 7:30 p.m. Schedule: Feb. 18: Dungeons & Dragons (Mission Improvable) Door prizes for those in themed costume; March 18: Mario Party (AllStar!); April 15: Strip ‘n’ Sip (Battle Royale); May 20: Pokemon Improv! (Long Form). Tickets: $15 (cash only) at the door. • Art & Coffee Klatch, Wed. Feb. 22, March 8, April 19, May 3, 17, 31, June 14 & 28, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Kamloops Art Gallery, 465 Victoria St. come for coffee & conversation followed by a hands-on art workshop led by KAG Art instructor Anyssa Gill. Coffee & tea: 10 a.m. Workshop: 10:30 a.m. Art can be messy, so wear something that you won’t mind getting a bit of paint on. Registration encouraged; space is limited. Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society, Cunliffe House 262 Lorne St., 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., 1-236-425-4414, info@, or For all seniors 60+. Free.

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Storm begin playoffs Feb. 24 in 100 Mile House

The Kamloops Storm will finish of the regular season in KIJHL action this weekend in third spot behind the second-place 100 Mile House Wranglers and the Chase Heat, who clinched the Birks division title.

In action over the last week, the Storm earned seven of a possible 10 points with three wins, a loss and an overtime loss. Fri. Feb. 3, saw the Storm in Kelowna to take on the Chiefs, who took until 1:02 of the second OT period to get the puck past Storm goaltender Jason Sandhu and chalk up a 3-2 win. Dallas Otto and Hayden Dick scored for the Storm in the loss. Sat. Feb. 4, saw the Storm shut out the basement-dwelling Sicamous Eagles 4-0 at Memorial Arena. Garrett Ewert scored twice while CJ Corazzin and Dick each scored in the win. Sandhu stopped 30 shots in the shut out. The Storm outshot the

Around Town

• Spring Craft Fair, Sat. April 8, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. A fundraiser in support of the Kamloops Food Bank. At Sahali Mall in the old Dollar Tree location (22 – 945 W Columbia St.). Just in time for Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, wedding season, & graduation! All items are handmade locally – no home party companies. Door prize raffles. Free admission. • RUBE BAND practises most Mon., 7:30 p.m., at the Old Yacht Club, 1140 Rivers St. New members welcome. Call Bob Eley, 250-377-3209. • KAMLOOPS TRAVEL CLUB, an informal group that gets together regularly for weekly meetings to talk about travel at The Art We Are. Call James, 250-879-0873. • SHAMBHALA MEDITATION GROUP offers meditation in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. Sat, drop-in 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.; Mon, 7 – 8:30 p.m.; Thurs., 7 – 9 p.m. with available meditation instructions. 433B Lansdowne St. Call Liz, 250-376-4224. • GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS meetings Thurs., 10 a.m. at Desert Gardens, 540 Seymour St. Call Wally, 250-679-7877, or Sunny, 250-374-9165. • First Saturdays Guided Tours at Kamloops Art Gallery, 101 – 465 Victoria St., first Sat of each month, 1 p.m. in Central Galleries. Explore & engage with KAG exhibitions, ask questions & learn about the stories behind the art work. Led by local artist & art instructor Emily Dundas Oke. Free admission; open to all ages. • Kamloops Seniors Activity Centre hosts BINGO every Tues at the Brock Seniors Activity Centre, 1800 Tranquille Rd. Doors: 5 p.m. Games: 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 19+ event; fully licensed concession. • DROP IN ADULT BADMINTON at the OLPH Gym (rear entrance), 635 Tranquille Rd., every Tues, 7 p.m. Mixed group of players; intermediates – advanced. Cost: $5. Birds supplied. Call Robert, 250-579-0193. • UNPLUGGED ACOUSTIC JAM SESSIONS, on the 1st & 3rd Monday of the month, at the Alano Club, 171 Leigh Rd., 7 – 10 p.m.; No cover. All acoustic musicians welcome. Call 250-376-5115. • GERMAN CHOIR group meet every 2nd Thurs, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. at North Shore Community Centre, 730 Cottonwood Ave. Call Frieda, 250-376-3814. • MOUNT PAUL UNITED CHURCH THRIFT SHOP, 140 Laburnum St., open Tues. & Thurs., 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. • Kamloops Floor Curlers floor curl every Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 9:15 – 11:30 a.m., at Heritage House. Everyone is invited to join. FMI: Maureen, 250-554-2422.

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Eagles 42-30 in the win. Fri. Feb. 10, saw the Storm go down to a 4-1 defeat to the Grizzlies in Revelstoke. Ewart scored the Storm’s lone goal of the game. Kolby Pauwels took the loss, stopping 27 of 30 shots he faced. Sat. Feb. 11, saw the Storm host the North Okanagan Knights and come away with a 4-1. John Ludvig scored twice and got an assist while Evan Walls and Dick each got a goal and a helper in the win. Sandhu stopped 31 of 32 shots he faced. The Storm outshot the Knights 45-32 in the win. Family Day Mon. Feb. 13, the Storm were in Chase to take on the division-leading Heat, and came home with a 6-3 win. Brett Olstad scored a hat-trick, Mitchell Cobbett and scored once and got a helper, while Mitch Friesen scored once and got a pair of assists, and Evan Walls scored in the win. Pauwels stopped 22 of 25 shots he face as the Storm outshot the Heat 33-25 in the win. The Storm wrap up regular season action at home to the Summerland Steam Sat. Feb. 18. The puck drops at 7:35 p.m. The first round of playoffs begins

Fri. Feb. 24 when the third-place Storm take on the second-place Wranglers and the first-place Heat take on the fourth-place Grizzlies. The Storm schedule is as follows: games 1 and 2: Feb. 24 and 25 at 100 Mile House (7 p.m. game start); games 3 and 4: at Kamloops Memorial Arena Feb. 27 and 28 – game time is 7:35 p.m. If additional games are needed, games 5 and 7 will be played in 100 Mile House (7 p.m.) March 3 and 4, while game 6 will be played in Kamloops March 3 (7:35 p.m.). Meanwhile, the Chase Heat will be taking on the Grizzlies with games 1 and 2 being played in Chase at Art Holding Memorial Arena Feb. 24 and 25; games 3 and 4 will be played in Revelstoke Feb. 27 and 28; and if necessary, games 5 and 7 will be played in Chase March 2 and 4, while game 6 will be played in Revelstoke March 3. All games start at 7 p.m.

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Ingram earns 10th shut out win, first assist

Connor Ingram stopped 54 shots, but the Kamloops Blazers lost in overtime to the Thunderbirds in Seattle, Tues. Jan. 31. Lane Bauer scored twice for the Blazers and Deven Sideroff also had a goal in the loss. The Blazers gave up three unanswered goals in a 4-2 loss against the Winterhawks in Portland Wed. Feb. 7. Collin Shirley and Luc Smith had goals for the Blazers and Dylan Ferguson took the loss in goal. The Thunderbirds came out on top in a nine-round shootout to beat the Blazers 3-2 in Seattle Fri. Feb. 3. Ingram stopped six of nine shooters. Bauer and Shirley scored in the shootout, and Sideroff and Nic Holowko had goals in the game. Ingram had a big night in goal with 30 saves in a 3-2 win over the Chiefs in Spokane, Sat. Feb. 4. Garrett Pilon scored the winner in the third period. Luke Zazula added two assists while Bauer

and Ondrej Vala each scored for the Blazers in the win. The Blazers had a slow start, but finished strong in a 6-0 shut out win over the Kelowna Rockets on Wednesday night, Feb. 8, at home. Nolan Kneen got the Blazers on the scoreboard first as his shot went off a Rockets defender past goaltender Michael Herringer for a 1-0 lead. Connor Ingram had a solid first period with 15 saves as the Rockets outshot the Blazers 15-6. The Blazers were much better in the second period as they had 18 shots and scored twice. Rudolfs Balcers set up Garrett Pilon for his 14th goal off the rush. Collin Shirley followed it up with a power play goal for a 3-0 lead for the Blazers through two periods. The Rockets had no answer for the Blazers in the third period as they scored three times to make it a 6-0 final. Ondrej Vala, Balcers and Erik Miller added third-period goals to make it a route for the Blazers. Ingram earned his first career assist on the Blazers’ sixth goal in his 146th career game. Ingram also recorded his 10th career shutout to tie Cole Cheveldave for third on the Blazers all-time list. With the win, the Blazers improved to 33-18-2-3 on the season as they won their 20th home game of the year. The win puts the Blazers with 71 points which is second in the BC division, sev-

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en points behind Prince George and seven points up on both Victoria and Kelowna. The Royals’ Jack Walker scored the shootout winner and Griffen Outhouse made 41 saves, which included both shooters in the shootout, last Friday night to hand the Blazers a 2-1 loss in Victoria Fri. Feb. 10. The following night the two teams were at it again with the same results as the Blazers defeated the Royals 3-1 last Saturday night in Victoria. Sideroff scored the game-winner late in the middle frame, while Shirley tallied the game’s first goal in the opening stanza. Balcers registered the remaining marker late in the third period. Blazers’ netminder Dylan Ferguson turned aside 36 of the 37 pucks directed his way in the win while Royals’ goaltender Griffen Outhouse stopped 33 of the 36 shots in the losing effort. The Blazers had a packed house on Monday afternoon for B.C. Family Day, but came up short in a 4-0 loss to the Portland Winterhawks. The Blazers came out strong in the first period, but former Blazers goaltender Cole Kehler stopped everything they put on goal. Keoni Texeira scored the lone goal of the period as the Winterhawks led 1-0. The Winterhawks had a strong second period as Keegan Iverson

got an early power play goal and Joachim Blichfeld scored a late goal to open up a 3-0 lead. There was a big push from the Blazers in the third period as they outshot the Winterhawks 18-6, but did not score. The Winterhawks added a late empty net goal to make it a 4-0 final. The Blazers outshot the Winterhawks 41-38 overall. The Winterhawks were 1-for-1 on the power play, while the Blazers were 0-for-2. The Blazers take on the Vancouver Giants in Langley Fri. Feb. 17, then return home to host the Prince George Cougars in a 5 p.m. Sunday matinee game Feb. 19. The Blazers then host the Edmonton Oil Kings tues. Feb. 21. The puck drops at 7 p.m. at the Sandman Centre.

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