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SD73 to receive provincial funding for supplies

Teachers’ union says two-week spring break issue not dead

KTTA members were surprised when trustees voted down a motion to continue with a two-week spring break

SD73 to receive provincial funding for supplies
RCMP Cst. Jay Meyer accepts a $500 cheque from Clearwater Elks president Garth Campbell.

PHOTO: Elks help hockey kids

The money will be used to support the hockey program in Clearwater

RCMP Cst. Jay Meyer accepts a $500 cheque from Clearwater Elks president Garth Campbell.
Simpcw tell community-to-community forum of progress

Simpcw tell community-to-community forum of progress

Councillors Tina Donald and Tom Eustache make reports during meeting in Barriere

Simpcw tell community-to-community forum of progress
Clearwater celebrates Chamber Week

The return of the ‘Of the Year’ awards celebration

Chamber of Commerce and ski club team up to bring back event to honour Citizen of the Year, last held in 2012

Clearwater celebrates Chamber Week
Virginia Smith is the mayor of Barriere.

Barriere and area making progress

Mayor Virginia Smith reports to community-to-community forum

Virginia Smith is the mayor of Barriere.
Devin Holland stands between the Sedin twins.

Kid’s dream comes true

Clearwater's Devin Holland lines up on the blue line between the Sedin twins and the rest of the Vancouver Canucks for the national anthems

Devin Holland stands between the Sedin twins.
Clearwater Mayor John Harwood (centre) and TNRD Area P director Mel Rothenburger watch a presentation by District of Barriere CAO Colleen Hannigan during a Community to Community forum held in Barriere on Jan. 27.

District of Barriere hosts community forum

Clearwater Mayor John Harwood delivers report to community representatives from North Thompson Valley

Clearwater Mayor John Harwood (centre) and TNRD Area P director Mel Rothenburger watch a presentation by District of Barriere CAO Colleen Hannigan during a Community to Community forum held in Barriere on Jan. 27.
Cables stabilize a car balanced on a rock above the North Thompson River

PHOTO: Great team effort by all on scene

Two men rescued from vehicle balanced on rock above the North Thompson River

Cables stabilize a car balanced on a rock above the North Thompson River
SD73 to receive provincial funding for supplies

Financial smarts top SD73’s strategic plan feedback

Financial literacy and critical thinking and problem-solving are the top themes to emerge from School District 73’s engagement

SD73 to receive provincial funding for supplies
Map shows the location of Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park.

Family supports park name change

Celia Haig-Brown, daughter of Roderick Haig-Brown, said her immediate reaction to the idea was positive

Map shows the location of Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park.

Review to improve business relationships, forest sector competitiveness

Steve Thomson announced a contractor sustainability review during his address to the annual Truck Loggers Association convention

SD73 to receive provincial funding for supplies

Open house to talk about rural education

Event will be held at Thompson Rivers University, Terrace Room – Campus Activity Centre, Kamloops from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 9.

SD73 to receive provincial funding for supplies
Interior Savings welcomes the province’s decision to defer a tax increase

Interior Savings welcomes the province’s decision to defer a tax increase

The province had planned to phase out a small business tax rate for credit unions over a period of four years

Interior Savings welcomes the province’s decision to defer a tax increase

MP McLeod calls on finance minister to set the record straight on taxing employer health care benefits

“I have received over 300 emails this week from constituents who are worried"

Nominate an exceptional citizen for the Province’s highest honour

British Columbians are encouraged to consider and nominate inspiring individuals who have left a lasting legacy in their respective fields

Survey seeks feedback, offers prizes

Survey seeks feedback, offers prizes

Thompson-Nicola Regional District is offering a survey to get feedback from residents about garbage and recycling services

Survey seeks feedback, offers prizes

BCNDP says it will stand up for forest workers

North Thompson communities need a government that will stand up for them says Kamloops-North Thompson NDP candidate Barb Nederpel

Dawson Thorbergson receives a baby quilt from Linda Simm of the Clearwater Hospital Auxiliary.

First baby boy gets quilt

Dawson Thomas Arlin-Hatcher Thorbergson receives a baby quilt from Linda Simm of the Clearwater Hospital Auxiliary

Dawson Thorbergson receives a baby quilt from Linda Simm of the Clearwater Hospital Auxiliary.
Trio acquitted due to what judge deems shoddy police work

Trio acquitted due to what judge deems shoddy police work

RCMP from Barriere and Clearwater launched an investigation after two cars sped past a police vehicle on Highway 5

Trio acquitted due to what judge deems shoddy police work
Graph shows how Clearwater's per capita water use is far above that in comparable municipalities.

Where is the water going?

District of Clearwater continues to use far more water than it should on a per capita basis

Graph shows how Clearwater's per capita water use is far above that in comparable municipalities.