— Radio NL — The search manager for Kamloops Search and Rescue calls it an alarming situation and one he has never seen before. Alan Hobler says it is not just Ryan Shtuka in Sun Peaks who is still missing but there are also still several others. Read the full story here. Source: http://www.radionl.com/2018/03/20/kamloops-search-and-rescue-alarmed-by-unresolved-missing-persons-cases/ Image […]
— CFJC Today— A Kamloops man died in a snowmobiling mishap just outside of Barriere over the weekend. Read the full story here. Source: http://cfjctoday.com/article/606913/kamloops-man-dies-snowmobiling-accident-near-barriere Image Credit: CFJC Today
— CFJC Today— To say that winter cannot make up its mind this year would be an understatement. Read the full story here. Source: http://cfjctoday.com/column/605023/make-safety-part-your-outdoor-adventures Image Credit: CFJC Today
KAMLOOPS - It's been a fairly quiet summer for Kamloops Search and Rescue, but during the last long weekend of the season they received a call they weren't expecting. One of their own search and rescue team members called Sunday morning, Sept. 3, to say they were hurt and needed help.
KAMLOOPS — KSAR is looking for a name for its newest furry recruit. The seven-week old Yellow Lab just arrived in Kamloops from Saskatoon and he is ready to start training. But first, handler Mike Ritcey needs to choose a name for the pup.
KAMLOOPS - A group of mountain bikers in the Kamloops area "did everything right" when they realized an injured friend needed medical attention. Kamloops Search and Rescue manager Alan Hobler says crews responded to a report of an injured mountain biker on Sunday, May 21.
KAMLOOPS — Kamloops Search and Rescue is on the hunt for new members. According to Search Manager Alan Hobler, KSAR is looking to recruit approximately 15 new volunteers in the next few weeks, with applications open to all fitness levels.
KAMLOOPS – Kamloops Search and Rescue expanded its skill-set this weekend.
KAMLOOPS – After patrolling the Thompson River, Search and Rescue crews learned it was actually a dog and its owners that had fallen through the ice. Search manager Alan Hobler says KSAR were deployed to the Thompson River when someone called in with a report of two people struggling in the river east of Lafarge.