Staff Writer

Cowboy Heritage comes to B.C., in song, this month including Kamloops

The Sons of the Pioneers is coming to Kamloops, B.C. this month.

Road to Wells Gray Park to be re-paved

Sections where the pavement is relatively new and in good condition will be left as they are

Thompson Rivers now on flood watch

Flood Watch means that river levels are rising and will approach or may exceed bankfull

Barriere cowgirl Jamie Myram and her horse Tucker turned in some good times

The pair won a large 2D barrel racing with 61 racers at Monte Creek, May 20.

RCMP Report: ATV collision in Little Fort

11-year-old had been driving an ATV with two other minors without helmets, the youngest airlifted to hospital

Getting real on marijuana

Education must be component of upcoming legislation

Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope celebrated in sixth stamp marking Canada 150

Stamp honours Canadian icon and one of Canada’s unforgettable moments from the last 50 years

High streamflow issued for North and South Thompson rivers

High Streamflow Advisory for the North and South Thompson Rivers, and the tributaries

TNRD mosquito control taking place

TNRD mosquito control contractor, have been busier than usual

Sun shines on May Day parade

There were between 180 and 190 participants in this year’s May Day parade

Survey shows many in people in B.C. are unaware of BC Hydro yard hazards

Keeping vegetation clear of power lines is an important step in staying safe

Barriere Bruins win against Kamloops

The Barriere Bruins played the Kamloops U16 boys last Wednesday winning 14-8

Foundation supports Canada’s 150th Celebration in Barriere on July 1st

Grant funds for ‘Celebration of Canada’s first 150 Years’ being held at the fall fairgrounds in Barriere

This is Safe Boating Week

North American Safe Boating Awareness Week in Canada is happening right now

Happy 90th to Jack Livingstone

Jack retired from ranching a couple of years ago and now carpet bowls three times a week

Spartan rugby teams have good seasons

Senior Spartans will participate in the Okanagan championships in Kelowna this Thursday (May 25) with a chance to qualify for provincials

The story behind the Canadian flag

It took many years for Canada’s national flag to reach that status

Lyme disease is often misdiagnosed

People usually check their dogs for ticks more often than they check their children

RCMP and Municipal Police officers recognized buy Alexa’s Team in the Southeast District

Since 2008 Alexa’s Team have processed more than 79,379 impaired driving sanctions

Learn to sell for artists; student scholarship offered

“You’ve Got the Talent - Now Sell It!” takes place May 25; scholarship application deadline is May 31.