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(l-r) Ulrich Patalong accepts a cheque for $1,000 for Upper Clearwater Hall from TNRD Director Carol Schaffer.
Hail covers a patio at a residence in Weyerhauser subdivision Aug. 2. Rain came afterwards and washed the hail away.
A storm bringing hail and rain covers the parking lot at Buy-Low Foods last Tuesday afternoon.
Visitors flock to Murtle Lake in Wells Gray Park - North America's largest canoe-only lake
The wildly popular new game is a lot of fun; but there are real-life hazards attached to it.
Aboriginal Sharing Centre and Aboriginal Success by 6 host B.C. Day event at Wells Gray Infocentre
Carbon fee-and-dividend is the best way to speed the conversion from fossil fuels to alternative sources of energy
Band plans event in August to mark 100th anniversary of removal of 60 of its members from Tete Jaune Cache
About 100 local residents join dignitaries to officially open the new children's splash park in Clearwater on Sunday afternoon, July 10
Residents of Clearwater and area plus tourists take part in games and other fun activities at Dutch Lake beach on Canada Day
Local residents and visitors enjoy parade through Blue River followed by games and other activities at Lake Eleanor
Blue River residents and guests enjoy parade through town on Canada Day, showing that its quality, not quantity, that counts
The flower meadows on Trophy Mountain northeast of Clearwater are covered with golden glacier lilies - ideal for a hike
Unless work on the extension starts before the end of July, the Cache Creek landfill will close as scheduled on December 31.
Interior Health is the first health authority in the province to introduce a region-wide number to report abuse.
Event at Dutch Lake Community Centre displays indigenous culture
Susanne Taron, who graduated from Clearwater Secondary School in 2000, is now working for the United Nations in Bonn, Germany
Pilot suffers serious injuries in noon crash at Flying U Guest Ranch near 100 Mile House
50 YEARS AGO: Fourteen floats were entered in Blue River's May Day parade
It was in December of 1935 that Tam Moilliet died very suddenly at the age of 52 years