Youngsters write Christmas stories

See the entries from Kindergarten to Grade 3 in the Times' Christmas story contest

Kamloops-Thompson board of education elects new chairwoman

Meghan Wade was voted in on Dec. 12 at the inaugural meeting by the school trustees

Winter recreation opportunities galore to explore

Recreation Sites and Trails BC offers hundreds of managed snowmobile, cross-country/backcountry ski and snowshoe areas

Seeking to save the steelhead

alkem said his grandfather’s generation would spear fish at night in winter as a food fishery, when returns were in the tens of thousands

Anticipated duties on softwood lumber to dampen Canadian wood industry

Canada's wood products manufacturers are on track to post pre-tax profits of $1.4 billion this year

B.C. remote communities’ social workers get a raise

Social workers in hard-to-recruit areas of the province, including Clearwater, will receive an additional $3,000 to $6,000 per year

Kamloops author’s book tells stories of Canada’s history

YesterCanada brings to the reader 30 traditional tales, all rooted in Canada's lands and waters

SD73 to make naloxone kits available to schools that need them

The move follows a recommendation from the Ministry of Health that kits and training for staff be provided

PHOTO: Peewees win tourney

Members of the Clearwater Peewee Ice Hawks celebrate after winning first place at a tournament in Merritt the weekend before last

Plan ahead — holiday CounterAttack roadchecks on now

On average, 23 people are killed in crashes involving impaired driving in the Southern Interior every year

Little Fort fire protection gets boost in funding

TNRD) directors approve increasing the annual contribution for fire protection services to Little Fort area by up to $9,500

USW launch working forest campaign

"B.C.'s Working Forest: Ours To Protect" will promote the value of the working forest

PHOTO: But how do you make brownies?

High school students help seniors deal with modern technology

Payment method at RIH parkade changing back to prepaying and estimating time at RIH

How parking is paid for at hospital in Kamloops is changing because of complaints it can take too long to leave the facility

Restorative justice is transforming lives and communities

Many of us know the value of a second chance. I know I do

A great gift for Christmas

Clearwater man wins $5,000 in Hospital Auxiliary 50/50 draw

The secret falls of Wells Gray

Triple Decker Falls is located just a few kilometres north of Clearwater on the road to Wells Gray Park

Rodeo Rednecks wind up active year

Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club had a wonderful year-end banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of the members

McLeod fights against trafficking of fentanyl

We all need to come together and contribute to finding solutions to the fentanyl crisis

Royal LePage Westwin helps women and children escape violence

Royal LePage is the only Canadian real estate company with its own charitable foundation