Keith McNeill

People watch a slideshow of photographs on a new display screen in the Upper Clearwater Hall.

Upper Clearwater event seeks to heal splits in community

Slideshow features photos taken during tour of Antarctic Peninsula

People watch a slideshow of photographs on a new display screen in the Upper Clearwater Hall.
(L-r) Ken Kjenstad congratulates Buy-Low employees Trina Pinksen and Tanya Desjarlais.

PHOTO: Welcoming the provincial Midget championships

Display at Buy-Low highlights members of the Clearwater Ice Hawks plus historic hockey memorabilia

(L-r) Ken Kjenstad congratulates Buy-Low employees Trina Pinksen and Tanya Desjarlais.
Dr. Catherine Tarasoff (l) speaks with local resident Joan Mumford about invasive species.

PHOTOS: Knotweed warning

A patch of Japanese knotweed, a persistent invasive plant that is common in the Lower Mainland, has been found by Dutch Lake

Dr. Catherine Tarasoff (l) speaks with local resident Joan Mumford about invasive species.
Soren Coates battles in the corner for the puck with a much larger Kamloops player.

PHOTOS: Peewees place third in tournament

Clearwater Peewees host seven-team tourney at the Sportsplex

Soren Coates battles in the corner for the puck with a much larger Kamloops player.
Willow Macdonald

Cariboo-Chilcotin school board seat sought by Macdonald

TNRD director for Blue River and Avola running in by-election to represent 100 Mile House

Willow Macdonald
The islands of Haida Gwai (formerly known as the Queen Charlottes) might make a good place to test carbon fee-and-dividend.

Haida Gwaii would be a good place to try carbon fee-and-dividend

Being an archipelago, it would be relatively easy to keep track of fossil fuels coming in from the outside

The islands of Haida Gwai (formerly known as the Queen Charlottes) might make a good place to test carbon fee-and-dividend.
Clearwater Food Bank representative Harry James receives a $400 cheque from Talon Rhodes.

Famine helps food bank

Food bank benefits from 30 Hour Famine held at Clearwater Secondary School

Clearwater Food Bank representative Harry James receives a $400 cheque from Talon Rhodes.
Henry George was a 19th Century American economist who advocated basing most government revenues on a land value tax.

Tax the land, not the improvements

Henry George was a late 19th Century American economist who believed that most government revenues should be based on a land value tax

Henry George was a 19th Century American economist who advocated basing most government revenues on a land value tax.
A feller-buncher rests near the trailhead of the Clearwater River Trail.

More parking for hikers

A feller-buncher rests near the trailhead of the Clearwater River Trail at the north end of Dutch Lake Road

A feller-buncher rests near the trailhead of the Clearwater River Trail.
Clearwater Blackhawk #63 Harry James gets ready to take a shot in a game against Quesnel Gold Panners.

Men’s tourney attracts eight teams

Clearwater won the 40+ Division while Kamloops Radicals won the 50+ division

Clearwater Blackhawk #63 Harry James gets ready to take a shot in a game against Quesnel Gold Panners.
Vienna Wadlegger makes a tight turn as she takes part in Raft Mountain Skating Club's year-end show on March 3.

SLIDESHOW: Skate Club puts on year-end show

Members of Raft Mountain Skating Club put on an exemplary performance on Friday evening, March 3

Vienna Wadlegger makes a tight turn as she takes part in Raft Mountain Skating Club's year-end show on March 3.
Esther Therres lines up with some of the staff at Clearwater Buy-Low as she prepares to take part in a 60-second shopping spree.

Esther Therres wins 60-second spree at Buy-Low

Longtime Clearwater resident collects $236.02 worth of groceries during spree at Clearwater Buy-Low on Friday morning

Esther Therres lines up with some of the staff at Clearwater Buy-Low as she prepares to take part in a 60-second shopping spree.
Two extra-wide loads rest in the pullout near Wolf's Corner south of Clearwater on Saturday.

Too big for bridge

Extra-wide loads take Highway 24 hill to avoid bridge over Barriere River

Two extra-wide loads rest in the pullout near Wolf's Corner south of Clearwater on Saturday.
Zone winners of the Legion's Remembrance Day poster and literary contest hold up their prizes.

Legion presents prizes

Zone winners of the Legion's Remembrance Day poster and literary contest hold up their prizes

Zone winners of the Legion's Remembrance Day poster and literary contest hold up their prizes.
Drawing from District of Clearwater's trails master plan shows possible layout of multi-use trail to be built along Park Drive. Cyclists will be asked to use the bike lanes on the road.

Trail from hospital to shopping centre gets major funding

“It's so awesome. It's really going to connect our community"

Drawing from District of Clearwater's trails master plan shows possible layout of multi-use trail to be built along Park Drive. Cyclists will be asked to use the bike lanes on the road.
Tara Prest (l) and Suzanne Foster sweep as they take part in a ladies bonspiel held at the Sportsplex last weekend.

Ladies have fun at bonspiel

The Leslie Downs rink took first in the A, with Lisa Lancaster’s crew from Enderby in second

Tara Prest (l) and Suzanne Foster sweep as they take part in a ladies bonspiel held at the Sportsplex last weekend.
Another photo taken in the same closed area shows multiple snowmobile tracks and what appears to be a former caribou bedding ground in the lower right.

Blue River caribou patrols to continue

Mountain caribou populations have declined significantly and are very low in the North Thompson

Another photo taken in the same closed area shows multiple snowmobile tracks and what appears to be a former caribou bedding ground in the lower right.
Graph shows the decline of Wells Gray Park's southern herds since the B.C. government began to institute its environmental deregulation policies in 2002.

Goward lukewarm about caribou recovery plan

“This sounds good on paper and will perhaps be so on the ground too. The devil will of course be in the details"

Graph shows the decline of Wells Gray Park's southern herds since the B.C. government began to institute its environmental deregulation policies in 2002.
A man pulls on a rope thown into a tree to shake it after a drone got caught close to the tree's top. A second holds a large net to catch it.

Drone goes astray at Spahats Falls

Two men making video recover drone after it gets caught in a tree at the edge of the cliff next to Spahats Falls

A man pulls on a rope thown into a tree to shake it after a drone got caught close to the tree's top. A second holds a large net to catch it.
Rob Bardossy (l) battles for the puck with #19 Darcie Sunderman.

Cariboo wins Forestry tournament

Eight team tournament at North Thompson Sportsplex taken by Cariboo Fire Centre

Rob Bardossy (l) battles for the puck with #19 Darcie Sunderman.