Keith McNeill

Carbon tax vote in Washington State could be pivotal event

As with B.C.'s carbon tax, the tax in Washington State would be revenue-neutral

Successful season for Wells Gray Riders

Winners of monthly gymkhanas honoured during year-end banquet

SLIDESHOW: Remembrance Day at Clearwater Secondary School

Students at Clearwater Secondary School take part in a Remembrance Day celebration on Nov. 10

PHOTOS: Clearwater Peewees shut out Ashcroft

The Clearwater team is doing well this year, with five wins and one tie in league games

PHOTO: Visiting celebrities get photo-bombed

U.S. presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump take part in Clearwater Rotary Club’s annual Hallowe’en dance

Atoms win one and lose one

Clearwater Atoms split two games against Chase on Oct. 29 at the Sportsplex

Hallowe’en at Vavenby Hall

The community of Vavenby holds a Hallowe'en get-together on the evening of Oct. 31, 2016

Junior boys face volleyball challenges

Clearwater Secondary School junior boys volleyball team could end up near the top of their league

PHOTO: Little Fort getting new firehall

The community presently houses its two firetrucks in two separate buildings

PHOTOS: Atoms make improvements

Young hockey players learn about the importance of playing their positions

Clearwater to look at selling off small parks

Any money raised by the sale of parks would have to go into a special fund set aside to purchase more parks

RCMP auxiliaries get support from town council

Clearwater town council has agreed to support a “three-tier system” for the RCMP's Auxiliary Constable Program

Transferring to Prince George

Sgt. Kevin Podbisky, NCO-in-charge at Clearwater RCMP detachment, has been given a transfer

PHOTO: Making easier access

Steps will allow easier pedestrian access from the shopping centre to the roundabout on Highway 5.

Town council to seek solution for eco-depot road

Because it is a Forest Service road there is little the municipality can do directly, other than seek to be at the table

PHOTOS: Midgets take on Chase

Ice Hawks tie one but lose one during games at Sportsplex

Elks get new kitchen

Support for the project came from Wells Gray Community Forest and North Thompson Communities Foundation

Ninety years for Mary Colter

A large gathering of family and friends fill the activities room at Evergreen Acres to help Mary Colter celebrate her 90th birthday

Jerry gets cleaned up

The steel sculpture next to Wells Gray Infocentre is one of the most-photographed objects in the area

How to reduce bear problems

With increased reports of bears within the community, Wildsafe BC puts on display at Wells Gray Infocentre