Keith McNeill

Census shows no growth for Valley

The population of District of Clearwater was 2,324 in 2016, down 0.3 per cent from the 2011 population of 2,331

Avalanche Canada reviews snow-slide fatalities

If you get the training and equipment, you can go out even in high avalanche danger conditions and have a good day

SLIDESHOW: Results from Blue River cross-country ski races

Youngsters receive their prizes during awards luncheon at Mike Wiegele Heli-ski Lodge

Two new doctors coming to Clearwater

Man and woman, each with their own families, expected to start work in September

The case for global carbon fee-and-dividend

In order to have a hope of being adequately effective, any climate change initiative will need to be global in scope.

Fun for Family Day

Youngsters enjoy activities at Clearwater Secondary School during holiday

This is Heart and Stroke month

Canvassers are out collecting money for the fight against Canada's number one cause of death

Atoms play excellent games

Clearwater Atoms get ready for home tournament planned for early March

Students win Legion awards

Clearwater-Vavenby Legion representative makes presentations during an assembly at Clearwater Secondary School

Be my Valentine

Taking part in a Pre-Valentine’s Day Sale at the Elks Hall on Saturday

SLIDESHOW: Blue River cross-country ski races – Part two

Second of three-part series telling about annual Andy Aufschnaiter Memorial event held Thursday, Feb. 16

Chuckwagon Restaurant site acquired for parkland

Originally called the Sportsman, the Chuckwagon Restaurant was built in 1969 by Lena and Eric Gunderson

SLIDESHOW: Blue River cross-country ski races – Part three

Third part of report on Andy Aufschnaiter Memorial cross-country ski races held Feb. 16 in Blue River

Thrift store helps hospice society

Clearwater and District Hospice Society gets $3,000 from Clearwater Curiosity Shoppe

SLIDESHOW: Blue River cross-country ski races – Part one

early 100 youngsters gather in Blue River for annual Andy Aufschnaiter Memorial cross-country ski raceS on Thursday, Feb. 16

Peewees going to finals

The local squad had two good games, finishing off the first round of the playoffs

Populist approach needed for carbon fee-and-dividend in America

A group of prominent Republicans, including three former cabinet members, have proposed a carbon tax for the United States

SLIDESHOW: Learning how to curl

Coaches from Wells Gray Curling Club teach Raft River Elementary School students how to curl

Trans Mountain explains plans

Representatives from Kinder Morgan hold open houses in Valemount, Blue River and Clearwater. Session planned for Barriere Feb. 21

PHOTO: Rexin receives reward

Kindergarten student at Vavenby Elementary School holds the prize she won for taking first place in the Times' Christmas story contest