Jack Schaffer retires from bus system

After his initial retirement from operating his own business over 10 years ago, Jack Schaffer has decided to retire – again!

Think on These Things: Experience the joy of sins forgiven

No one said a word to me, but on my own I made it clear to my Mom, "I need to receive Jesus as my Saviour."

Photo: Easter treats

Beta Sigma Phi sorority distributes Easter treats to residents of Evergreen Acres

B.C. election 2017: The campaign begins

New Democrat Barbara Nederpel, Liberal Peter Milobar and Green Dan Hines running in Kamloops-North Thompson riding

Fulton Field sees fewer passengers in 2017

Kamloops Airport is experiencing a decrease in the number of travellers as the 2017 calendar grows

Kids for Camp Auction: Help send youth to summer camp

Kids for Camp Auction is happening again this year on April 25 at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church

Remember how you played as a child?

Why does Earth Day Canada care so much, and why should you?

Hunting for Easter eggs at Clearwater firehall

Approximately 75 youngsters take part in annual Easter egg hunt put on by Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department

Community forest reports at annual meeting

Wells Gray Community Forest reports on completion of 10 years of operation and giving away millions of dollars

Website created for TNRD’s 50th anniversary

To kick off this momentous year in the TNRD’s history, there are a couple of contests

Think on These Things: Returning to church brings big changes

When I became a teenager I was very rebellious and wanted nothing more to do with my parents’ church

Canada’s Welsh community

Every March 1, the red dragon from the flag of Wales can be seen on proud display in cities across Canada

Taking a stand: United action on B.C. softwood lumber

Forestry provides direct jobs to 60,000 workers and their families. Over 140 communities throughout B.C. rely on it

Demystifying the inner workings of the planet we call home

John Tuzo Wilson was a Canadian geophysicist and geologist who received worldwide acclaim

BC Hydro extends Winter Payment Plan sign up to April 30

The plan provides the option to spread bill payments over a six month period

Society gets grant to prevent elder abuse

The title of the project is Seniors Taking Charge: Elder Abuse Prevention

Photo: Mudslide damages two homes near Salmon Arm

Mudslide at Sunnybrae near Salmon Arm on April 7 sends two people to hospital with minor injuries

New 9-1-1 text service helps hearing-impaired

There is no charge to register for, or use, the Text with 9-1-1 service. All that is needed is an active wireless subscription

Hunting licenses now available online

To purchase a hunting license using the new on-line system, hunters will first need a basic BCeID

Group gives support for kidney-related issues

You won’t get any medical advice from us, but we are here to chat and share our experiences,