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Back in Time

50 YEARS AGO: Motorists driving the six-mile stretch between Avola and Blue River became stuck

  • Jun 22, 2017

Valley Voices: DHMH Auxiliary continues to help the whole valley

Times Staff Clearwater’s hospital is unusual in that there was a hospital…

  • Jun 14, 2017

Back in Time

50 YEARS AGO: Department of Highways crews with 12 trucks and a loader built about two miles of dykes to protect the town of Clearwater.

  • Jun 14, 2017

Foraging for food

By Keith McNeill

  • Jun 8, 2017

SLIDESHOW: High school puts on two plays

Student actors from Clearwater Secondary School put on two plays: "The Audition" and "Drop Dead Disco"

Traveling roadshow showcases health-care careers

Clearwater was the site of the first health-care traveling roadshow put on by University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in 2010

Ninety-seven distressed animals seized from rural Princeton property
The lakeside busker who writes poems
AlleyCats Alliance needs a donation of a small space
Penticton brush fire

SLIDESHOW: Clearwater hosts girls soccer tournament

Teams from all over B.C. compete in girls soccer tournament at Clearwater Secondary School on May 5/6

SLIDESHOW: Learning the ropes

Wells Gray Search and Rescue hosts 72 SAR volunteers from across B.C. in a rope rescue course

The Canny Crofter: A wise farmer on a small holding in Barriere, B.C.

Column: Valley Voices from the North Thompson Valley

Learning about history of wheat – the staff of life

If you want to talk about food security you need to talk about growing your own grain, especially wheat

SLIDESHOW: Fundraiser helps Challengers program

Dinner and an evening's entertainment attract more than 120 people to a fundraiser at Dutch Lake Community Centre on April 7

  • Apr 11, 2017

SLIDESHOW: Minor Hockey gives out awards

Players, coaches, parents and friends gather for Clearwater Minor Hockey's year-end dinner and awards ceremony on April 6

SLIDESHOW: Live fire

About 40 volunteer firefighters from as far away as Pritchard gather at Blackpool firehall for a live fire practice

We need taxes on land value and natural resources

American economist Henry George did have some influential supporters

Canada absorbs more carbon than it emits, says Rambling Man

Times editor uses Highway 5 roundabout in his reply

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

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

SLIDESHOW: Skate Club puts on year-end show

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

Clearwater native returns to talk about controlling invasive species

Aaron Ritchie-Bonar graduated from Clearwater Secondary School in 2010. She then studied at Thompson Rivers University

VALLEY VOICES: Buck family has long history in the Valley

It was in July of the year 1944 that Grace and Bill Buck first came to Clearwater

  • Feb 26, 2017