Jaime Polmateer

Emergency exercise to test community’s disaster response

Mock carbon monoxide leak emergency exercise will be taking place on May 28

VIDEO: Rhythm Riders Drill Team

Performance at Wells Gray Riders Association Mother’s Day Gymkhana

Discovering creativity in the community

Art Crawl showcases local talent

Elks weekly pancake breakfast

Breakfasts take place every Saturday morning in front of the Clearwater Elks Lodge

Archery 3D Shoot brings out record number of archers

Last weekend marked the third year of the event

Students encouraged to celebrate the love of reading

The event takes place from May 13—16

Cross Canada runner keeps it clean on the road

This summer marks third year of Million Bottle Pledge

Residents voice concerns on caribou recovery plan

Session covered Draft Section 11 Agreement as well as Draft Partnership Agreement

Back in Time

Historical Perspective

Clearwater wins Community Excellence Award

Community recognized for environmental sustainability

Road work on Highway 5

Maintenance, utility work, and construction

Explore the local art scene with the Art Crawl

Self-guided tours take place May 11

CSS Youth Council fights for the environment

Making school, as well as the community at large, more environmentally friendly

Learning the ropes

Search and rescue teams from around BC came to Clearwater for two-day rope training

Sunday school students get crafty for charity

Plaques can be bought at upcoming Country Gospel Benefit Concert

The Land Conservancy offers Community Day for Deertails program

The event takes place at the Wells Gray Education and Research Station on May 11

Blackwell Park Operations Ltd changes hands

Business sold to Brian Williams of Kamloops, who also takes care of several other parks in B.C.

Local driver works on improvements

Kayden Clark added a 602 crate engine to his Camaro and gave the car a sharper look with a new wrap

District of Clearwater prepares for wildfire season

DOC receives approval for $35,000 grant toward the district’s Community Wildfire Protection Plan.