Jaime Polmateer

Update: Park pipeline protesters say arrest is a ‘declaration of war’

Led by Kanahus Manuel, the Tiny House Warriors moved into park in Clearwater last week

First Nation pipeline protesters erect tiny homes in North Thompson River Park

Kanahus Manuel and Tiny House Warriors say more homes being constructed in park

Military historian comes to Clearwater

Tim Cook will discuss the Battle of Vimy Ridge and why it still matters to Canadians

Extreme mountain trail course opens for business in Clearwater

Smokin’ True Ranch brings up and coming sport to town

Clearwater Secondary School graduation

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2018

Canadian Ranger from Clearwater returns from duty at National War Memorial

By Jaime Polmateer Local Canadian Ranger Dave Bjorkman recently returned from Ottawa…

Friendly Club pays tribute to Silvertones

Silvertones honoured for years of entertainment

Local area fire departments beef up arsenals

Donations from local businesses go toward keeping community safe

Clearwater improves emergency care

District enters partnership with BC Emergency Health Services

North Thompson Music Guild finishing new permanent stage

The new stage will be ready for Summer Stage 2018 and can be rented by other groups wishing to use it

Pets, are we their owners? Or, are they our bosses?

I was reading a story about some person on facebook today that…

Man taken to hospital after rolling truck east of Clearwater

The driver went into the ditch at roughly 4:30 p.m. and suffered lower body injuries

Clearwater student heads to Heritage Fair provincials

Reid Muddiman’s Thunder Bear Golden Skull project has earned him a spot at the provincial level

Blue River business charged with violating Wildlife Act

The investigation started last summer after a complaint the company was putting food out for bears

Clearwater’s Summer Solstice at Wells Gray heads into second year

The disc golf tournament’s registration doubled over last year and has been extended over two days

Save the Day – July 1 Clearwater Canada Day Celebration on Dutch Lake Beach

Editor, The Times: Plans are once again underway to celebrate Canada Day…

Bringing stock car racing back to Clearwater

Some local racing enthusiasts want to revive the home town dirt track

New grants for Clearwater and area businesses hurt by last year’s wildfires

Community Futures offers funding for marketing and training to businesses impacted by wild fires

Tourism Wells Gray receives funding boost

Community Futures presented Tourism Wells Gray with a grant that will go into the organizations marketing plans for the year.

New recycling program moving forward

Residents asked to put recyclables into six different catagories