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Raft River Elementary leadership students

Photo: New school jerseys

The jerseys were paid for through a grant from Wells Gray Community Forest

Raft River Elementary leadership students

Think on These Things: Youngsters help keep ranch going

Born in an old log house and growing up on a ranch, I learned at an early age to love and appreciate the beauty of the outside world

Map shows very warm weather forecast for the B.C. Interior this summer

Severe thunderstorms forecast for Rockies

Lightning could spark wildfires if the storms develop near unusually dry areas

Map shows very warm weather forecast for the B.C. Interior this summer

Thinking about summer safety

It is absolutely critical that Canadians everywhere take measures to prevent drowning

Rachel Leduc laughs with excitement as Kristina Leduc runs.

Fun at the arena

Wells Gray Riders holds first gymkhana of the season at Upper Clearwater arena

Rachel Leduc laughs with excitement as Kristina Leduc runs.

Mobility study changes the conversation

Conversations have changed from, “I don’t take my cane because I don’t want to look old"

Reasons behind flooding — and why this week’s weather is not good news

The amount of rainfall in the past three months was 185 per cent of normal, according to figures at Kamloops Airport.

Bike to work next week

Bike to work next week

Clearwater’s community recreation healthy living program is encouraging everyone to get out and ride their bikes

Bike to work next week
Liberal campaign worker Daljit Sadhra introduces victorious candidates Peter Milobar and Todd Stone at Hotel 540 on Tuesday night.

Kamloops sticks with Liberals; provincewide vote razor tight

Milobar wins in Kamloops-North Thompson; Stone in Kamloops-South Thompson

Liberal campaign worker Daljit Sadhra introduces victorious candidates Peter Milobar and Todd Stone at Hotel 540 on Tuesday night.
(L-r) Autumn Dueling and Luke Preston sit on beanbags as they listen to presentations by Matthew Mak

Lights and sirens thrill kids

Emergency agencies team up to give safety presentations at Blue River Elementary School

(L-r) Autumn Dueling and Luke Preston sit on beanbags as they listen to presentations by Matthew Mak
Al Kirkwood was formerly the Barriere fire chief as well as publisher of the Clearwater Times and Barriere Star/Journal.

Former publisher pleads guilty

Kirkwood agrees to plea deal, to be sentenced later

Al Kirkwood was formerly the Barriere fire chief as well as publisher of the Clearwater Times and Barriere Star/Journal.
Clayton Cassidy (second from left) receiving the Medal of Good Citizenship in June 2016.

Search continues for missing Cache Creek fire chief

Clayton Cassidy disappeared in the early hours of Friday, May 5 while checking water levels in the town

Clayton Cassidy (second from left) receiving the Medal of Good Citizenship in June 2016.
Blackpool resident Bill Wallace holds the $100 VISA gift card he won when his name was drawn after filling out the TNRD's Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Review Survey.

Blackpool resident wins survey grand prize

The draw was held in conjunction with the TNRD's Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Review Survey

Blackpool resident Bill Wallace holds the $100 VISA gift card he won when his name was drawn after filling out the TNRD's Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Review Survey.

Think On These Things: My faith is my choice

I’ve had many, many, moments of absolute certainty about his existence and his goodness – but not an unbroken string

Be fire-wise this spring

Anyone wishing to light an open fire must take precautions

Workplace trends affecting administrative professionals

Administrative professionals have seen their roles evolve in the changing face of office employment

Changing the conversation about aging

According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the term "ageism" refers to two concepts

School District 73 counsellor Angela Lawrence speaks during a drug awareness session held April 13 at Clearwater Secondary School.

Workshop at CSS raises drug awareness

The session was organized by Clearwater Secondary School, School District 73, and the Clearwater Local Action Team

School District 73 counsellor Angela Lawrence speaks during a drug awareness session held April 13 at Clearwater Secondary School.

Awards deadline extended for senior writers to June 1

Senior writers from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Yukon are getting an extra month

MP McLeod challenges legalized marijuana legislation

“This legislation won’t keep pot out of the hands of kids, it is a promise to pot smokers and not parents,” said McLeod.