Jaime Polmateer

Seniors group recommends website to members with tech issues

The Wells Gray Country Seniors Society (WGCSS) has run a program called “Cyber Seniors” since 2015.

New cannabis shop does well in first weeks

Clearwater’s first cannabis shop, the Interior Cannabis Company, is doing well in its first few weeks of operation.

Pipeline camp liquor license gets second public hearing

“We really didn’t hear from enough people and we didn’t have the full spectrum of information.”

Potential temporary fix for Clearwater River Road

Two local logging companies step up to the plate and offer services for free

Clearwater and Barriere welcome new reverend

Reverend Bruce Chalmers will do double duty at Trinity Shared Ministry and the Church of St. Paul

Donnie’s Golf Tournament heads into year six

All proceeds of the event go to the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

Clearwater Elks taking a hit because of COVID-19

President Marnie Burnell noted the group was already hurting before the pandemic came into effect

Back in Time

Historical Perspective

YCS receives support from Interior Savings’ relief fund

Money will go toward food programs and new technology to improve operations

One of the unsung heroes that make Clearwater tick

“She is a networker and she knows how to build a great team.”

Community Foundation wants charities to apply for emergency funding

The $350 million emergency funding was created to help vulnerable populations during COVID-19

TOTA recognized as Safe Travel Destination

Announcement confirms successful effort by communities to follow new health guidelines

PHOTO: Wells Gray Riders Association holds Canada Day parade

Riders don’t let the rainy morning dampen their spirits

Impromptu fundraiser exceeds expectations

Gateway Grill raises seven times the needed amount for employee’s grandaughter’s trampoline

Clearwater organizations receive funding

Wells Gray Outdoors Club and District of Clearwater among recipients of recovery strategy funds

Clearwater and Mobile Libraries still in operation

Patrons not allowed inside, but books are still available

Pipeline camp applies for liquor license

District of Clearwater holding public hearing to get opinions from residents

Happiness in enriching the lives of others

Thomas moved Clearwater in 1991 and has been lending her time to various organizations ever since

Yellowhead Community Services seeks Home Share providers

Providers in the program offer support to clients by helping build life skills and other activities

Toonies for Tummies bolsters school breakfast program

The fundraiser took place at Buy-Low and brought in nearly $5,000 in cash and other items