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‘An adventure every time on Backroad Truckers,’ says Barriere’s Dale Kristensen who stars in the show
Barriere resident Dale Kristensen is a hometown guy. Born and raised on his family's ranch, a graduate of Barriere Secondary, and owner of his own hotshotting, excavation, and snowplowing business.
Backroad Truckers premieres on Thursday, March 4, at 7 p.m. PT on the History channel
Grade 12 graduation project a labour of fun for North Thompson teen
Excitement has steadily risen in the community after last weeks issue of this newspaper announced Barriere will be welcoming a veterinary practice to the downtown core.
It was a joyous morning on Tuesday, Jan. 19, when tenants and staff of the Yellowhead Pioneer Residence Assisted Living site in the community of Barriere, B.C., received their first COVID-19 vaccinations. Pictured is Yellowhead Pioneer resident Glenn Hall receiving the vaccine. (Pam Simpson photo)
Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Peter Milobar and MP Cathy McLeod attended the District of Barriere's Regular Council Meeting held via virtually, on Monday, Jan. 11.
A potential COVID-19 exposure on Jan. 4, 5, and 8, has taken place at Barriere Secondary advised principal Angela Stott in a letter to student families on Jan. 10.
Elvis, a miniature fainting goat, is shown happily chowing down on discarded Christmas trees at The Canny Crofter Farm in Barriere, B.C.
A young woman from Barriere, B.C., is speaking out about her personal journey in dealing with COVID-19.
Lost dog saved from B.C. wilderness by a community that cared
A webinar, hosted by the BC Community Forest Association took place on Dec. 8 for members only.
Barriere and area communities turn out in force to help search
Fowler is currently recovering from second and third degree burns
Members of the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association report there was great excitement among their ranks the afternoon of Nov. 12, when two hard working board members received national recognition for their ongoing efforts on behalf of the local association. The awards were announced during the Canadian Association of Fairs and Exhibitions Awards Gala which was streamed online to maintain COVID-19 social distancing requirements.
The North Thompson Fish and Game Club Society (NTFG) continues to move forward in becoming one of the prime competitive locations in British Columbia.
Ron Hindson retires after 17 years on the Board
Paradigm – third in the World and first in Canada, opens in Louis Creek Industrial Park, Barriere, B.C.
Unique manufacturing technology for sustainable housing solutions through high-end prefabrication
By Michelle Young
District of Barriere Councillor Al Fortin stopped by the Star/Journal office last week to let us know that because of social distancing restrictions due to COVID-19 there will not be a Thunder Alley Stompin' Toy Run this year in Barriere.