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They wore blue suede shoes and sequined jumpsuits when the King returned to Barriere last weekend when 10 Elvis tribute artists gathered for the Canadian Bluemoon Elvis Festival at the North Thompson Fall Fairgrounds for three days of music and good times.
Fall Fair Association open their doors to displaced livestock
VANCOUVER â€“ BC Hydro today introduced a Wildfire Evacuee Assistance Program that will provide bill credits to customers who have been evacuated due to the wildfires in the Central and Southern Interior. Over the past week, wildfires in the region have led to evacuations in several communities.
Interior Health Information Bulletin
The large wood marlin that someone put a lot of work into, and kindly mounted on the dock at Leonie Lake, has been torn down and burned. This is shameful vandalism and the fishing and recreation community who use that area are extremely upset. If you have any information about this senseless vandalism please contact Crimestoppers or the RCMP.
The Squam Bay Fish Derby on Adams Lake is in its 62nd year and still going strong.
If you do, now is the time to enter the Best Locals Competition at the July1, Bull In The Woods Regional Logging Competition in Barriere, by June 28
Mark your calendars for the June 24 and 25, 8th Annual Kids Learn To Fish Program at Johnson Lake Resort.
Second well producing about 40 per cent more flow than the first well
Effective at noon on June 15, 2017, the size of open fires will be restricted at all elevations
Ladies Night Golf Report from Chinook Cove Golf Resort
Winner will be drawn July 1 at Canada 150 Celebration and Bull In The Woods Logging Competition in Barriere, B.C.
By Jill Hayward
Cougars causing problems for local pet owners still in the area
By Jill Hayward
One resident has lost a number of house cats to what could be two cougars over the past few weeks
BCBRA sanctioned Dash For Cash event at North Thompson Fall Fairgrounds in Barriere
Gilberts Smith Forest Products Ltd in Barriere employer for more than 55 years in community
All seats filled on Big Bike