Jaime Polmateer

Trekking Tales

Still practising to go on a real trek

Workshop for dementia caregivers

Transitions Along the Journey helps people gain more insight about the disease and caregiving skills

The wondrous benefits of canine therapy

Molly the dog has undergone extensive training so she can bring joy and healing to those she visits

Clearwater RCMP calls see slight decrease

Calls to the RCMP last year came in at 1,931 with 2017’s total calls for service coming in at 1,980

Clearwater band donates album proceeds to charity

Cal’s Cool Cats record first CD A Backward Glance

Lights to Remember has record year

Sales of cards up by 50 compared to year previous

Highway 5 closed between Wire Cache Rest Area and Avola East Frontage Rd

Travel advisory also in effect between McMurphy Station Rd. and Weather Station Rd

Area business’s products picking up interest

The unique stuffed animal line, called Chibals, is picking up in provinces as far away as Quebec.

Community of Vavenby: news update

Pajama and bed-head day for students of Vavenby

Motorists advised to be cautious of road conditions

Slippery sections and compact snow on area roads

Cat Skiing back for another run

The program takes place on Saddle Mountain every Saturday from Jan. 19 to March 16

Clearwater’s Candle Creek Half Marathon

New event scheduled for inaugural run next summer

Independent business in Blue River pays it forward

Blue River Sledz donates a generous amount of clothes to the less fortunate in Kamloops

Yellowhead Community Services (YCS) celebrates community partnerships at open house

The event featured musical performances by the children in both care groups operated by YCS

United Steelworkers strike hits Vavenby

Union members say wages for workers aren’t keeping up with inflation

United Steelworkers strike hits Vavenby

Union members say wages for workers aren’t keeping up with inflation

New doctor looking to help

Bamigboji had training in Nigeria before coming to Canada, receiving a degree in Public Health.

Mayan Madness dinner theatre a success

Along with raising funds to help the Pokomchi, the event also helped bring community together

Barriere family airlifted to Vancouver due to carbon monoxide exposure

All members were in stable condition before being transported