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Peter Milobar, MLA for Kamloops-North Thompson was in Barriere at the Ridge on Friday, Apr. 6, for an informal open house meet and greet with area constituents.
When Louis Creek residents looked out their windows first thing on Monday morning they were greeted by the aftermath of a heavy Easter Sunday snow storm that dumped up to 40 plus centimeters (or 16 plus inches) of the white stuff onto many local areas.
The BC Team Cattle Penning Association were back at the North Thompson Agriplex this past weekend for the seventh time since 2015 for two days of non-stop action and competition.
B-Town Basketball Club formed to continue developing local junior and senior basketball teams
The North Thompson Fish and Game Club Society held their annual dinner and dance last weekend at the Lions Hall in Barriere with approximately 100 people in attendance.
North Thompson Star/Journal
To the editor;
Farrow family and Laurie Buis receive Premier’s Award for volunteering above and beyond in Barriere, B.C.
Area resident, Wendy Sabyan, says she volunteered "with some outstanding individuals during the wildfire season of 2017". In fact she was so impressed with the dedication and commitment that some people displayed that she nominated six of them for a Premier of B.C.'s Above and Beyond Award, which they all recently received.
Barriere Youth Soccer is getting pumped up for the upcoming season.
The Thompson-Okanagan Zone 2 Netball Team at the BC Winter Games in Kamloops last weekend consisted of four grade 8 girls from Barriere and five grade 10-12 players from other areas.
The District of Barriere held a public information meeting last Monday evening to gather ideas and suggestions from area residents and government regarding applying for a Smart Cities Challenge grant. The Smart Cities Challenge is a competitive funding initiative of Infrastructure Canada. It is open to all municipalities, local or regional governments, and Indigenous communities (First Nations, Inuit, and Metis) across Canada.
Barriere Secondary Senior Boys basketball team placed fourth in the Okanagan finals last weekend in front of a cheering gallery on home turf.
On Saturday, Feb. 24, Woodstock came to Barriere for the ladies.
After 49 years of standing in the path of wildfires, Mike Dewey still loves his job
Thanks to the Thompson Nicola Regional District's gas tax fund the Barriere Curling Club has been granted
There seems to have been plenty of snow come down this winter in Barriere and the surrounding area.
The Heart & Stroke Foundation is working hard to ensure more people have more moments.
Article updated Feb. 8, 2018
It was the hometown team that won the Barriere Secondary Senior Boys Cougar Classic Basketball Tournament last weekend in an incredible final game.