Clearwater Times Staff

Vehicle incident closes Highway 5 north of Blue River

No detour or estimated time of reopening available

Food bank doing well thanks to volunteers and donations

Chair applauds staff for stepping up in time of turmoil

Clearwater RCMP seeks public’s help

Police are trying to identify persons related to an active investigation

RCMP calls for service down in 2020

Calls are lowest they’ve been in at least three years for the same three month period

Clearwater COVID-19 precautions update

Local groups and facilities changing operations to help keep public safe

Clearwater healthy living classes live-streamed for those in self-isolation

Those interested can follow along with yoga, body conditioning exercises, and mental wellness talks

Clearwater COVID-19 precautions update

Local groups and facilities taking measures to keep the public safe

COVID-19 precautions in the District of Clearwater

Local groups are taking measures to minimize risk

Legion branch 259 Vavenby and District announces 2019 Poppy Campaign recipients

Poppy Campaign raised $7,999.95 last year in total donations

Clearwater Winter Fest offers range of activities

The fun begins Jan. 17 and runs until Jan. 26

Highway 5 road conditions for Dec. 13

What motorists can expect

Highway 5 road conditions

What motorists can expect Dec. 12

The benefits of shopping local

The trickle-down can create jobs, support local teams, and help charities in the area

Public input sought for Wells Gray Recreation Strategy

Strategy developed with First Nations, park users, local and regional governments, and stakeholders

Highway 5 reduced to single lane traffic near Vavenby

Road should re-open around 4:30 p.m.

Job fair offers chance to connect with employers and services

Event is taking place at the Dutch Lake Community Centre gym

Clearwater Times launches subscription drive

Our subscription drive began this month, and it comes with exciting freebies and a draw for readers

District of Clearwater CAO announces retirement date

Leslie Groulx was appointed as chief administrative officer for the district in June 2011

CSS graduation

High school graduates 38 students at last week’s ceremony