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Ghouls and goblins await the unsuspecting at the Bev and Ken Smith residence on Riverview Crescent in Clearwater
Boys soccer team takes on St. Ann's while senior girls volleyball team battles Barriere and Kamloops Christian School
A remote-control drone gives a different view of Helmcken Falls in Wells Gray Park
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced a nationwide plan to put a price on carbon dioxide (CO2)
John Harley Miller, the man who named Blackpool, left England in 1898 for Alberta
"Fast Eddy" Dostaler arrives in his former hometown after running across Canada - and back again
Eunice Foote was apparently the first to describe the possible effect of carbon dioxide on global climate.
The planned patient care tower will result in an additional $20 per year tax for at least a decade for all residences in the region.
Students from Clearwater Secondary School enjoy mountain trip
Clearwater Canoe Regatta returns to Dutch Lake on Sept. 10
The Ludtkes survived the 1926 fire by taking shelter under wet blankets in Battle (or Fight) Creek
People from all over the southern Interior take part in the the North Thompson Fall Fair 2016 in Barriere during the Labour Day weekend
Trackers on horseback pursue "prey" on foot during event in Upper Clearwater
The fourth annual event, on the Labour Day weekend, has a night cache, a Munzee walk, and the chance to win one of 30 limited edition coins.
Petition e-297 will be online until Sept. 8, so there is still time to add your name. This is a big deal, folks. Please help
With entertainment, food, vendors, and more than $2,000 in prizes, this year's fair - now with free admission - is better than ever.
Are you doing that Regatta thing again because it was really fun and this year I think can we can win the tug of war!
Valerie Gerber hosted a potluck supper to celebrate the visit of cousin Kerry Moilliet
When 88-year-old Bill Kelly says he's “planted just about everything that'll grow in this country
Legion provides lunch to motorcycle riders who were riding for the Military Police Fund for Blind Children