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The Kamloops Daily News publishes six days a week at 393 Seymour Street in downtown Kamloops.
The paper got its start in 1931 when George Duncan Browne produced the weekly Kamloops Shopper. In 1937, George Dawson and Watt Francis took it over and named it the Kamloops Advertiser, and it continued as such until 1963 when news items were added to the content.
In 1965 the name was changed to the Kamloops-North Kamloops News Advertiser, then the Kamloops News Advertiser a year later. The paper began publishing twice a week in 1968; only two months later a Friday edition was added. The ÒAdvertiserÓ was dropped from the name in 1973.
On Aug. 16, 1982, The Kamloops News began publishing Monday through Friday evenings with paid circulation. On May 31, 1986 a Saturday edition was added and the name was soon changed to The Kamloops Daily News.
On Thursday Morning, Sept. 14, 1995, Kamloops residents awoke to find The Daily News on their doorstep as Kamloops received its first morning daily newspaper.
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