Community needs clarity regarding Upper Clearwater

Words being tossed around by Canfor and the Ministry of Forests don’t tell us how people will be impacted

Canfor supports CSS grads

Forest company provides scholarships plus supports dry grad

Tourism operator has questions about logging moratorium

Canfor is logging inside its designated area, approved by the government, not inside Wells Gray Park

Rayleigh evacuees allowed to return home

Residents of a Rayleigh subdivision evacuated last month due to a slide risk started trickling back last Friday

Golf is good without the rain

For those enquiring minds who want to know...we had a fantastic time

Volunteers the key behind ‘the Walk’

Thanking the community for the great turnout at the Investors Group Walk For Alzheimer’s

Some odours are part of the landscape

A reader writes about comments regarding a certain smell in last week's paper.

Barriere Legion needs help to pay for new roof

Legion says may have to close its doors if can't raise funds to fix roof

Wet weather bringing skeeters and weeds

Persistent high waters and wet weather are creating new habitat for mosquitoes

Firefighters travel for training

Three members of Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department take training in 150 Mile House

MP McLeod supports private member’s bill to help fight opioid crisis

Bill C-338, introduced by Bob Saroya, will increase sentences for offences related to controlled drugs and substances

Directors remuneration report released

New in this year’s report is a life insurance policy for directors in the amount of $300,000

Liberal MLAs make plans

“The people of B.C. have re-elected a B.C. Liberal government — it’s a question of majority or minority.” – Todd Stone

Think on These Things: The power of prayer

I turned to my friend and said, “I really wish there was no God"

B.C.’s future – forward or backward?

The election “results” are not yet final, but there is a lot to learn from the process

Rain dampens second Ladies Night

Unfortunately the second Ladies Night on May 11 was a total washout

Fairmont COTR representative attends Ottawa college conference

Fairmont Hot Springs resident Wilda Schab attended Ottawa conference

Groundbreaking discovery uncovers key to understanding endometriosis

New Ovarian Cancer Gene: A Connection Between Cancer and Endometriosis

Start attracting immigrant doctors to fill shortage

We are constantly being told there is a severe doctor shortage in this country

Gold and silver for Barriere teams at Knock’em Outa the Park tourney

The Barriere Bruins team won gold in the U14 Boys division at the tournament