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Yellowhead Community Services (YCS) were on hand at Monday night's council meeting to present the District of Barriere with a giant clock to mark the municipality's tenth anniversary which took place in December.
Kent Readman has been hired as the new Fire Chief for the Barriere Volunteer Fire Department, and was introduced at the first council meeting of 2018 last Monday where he was welcomed to the community.
"I just felt dead inside," says mom of kids abducted from Barriere mall
There is no better time to see local talent, especially children on stage performing than just before Christmas, and on Dec. 9, Margit's Academy of Music's young students showed their talent in a recital at the Barriere Pentecostal Church.
Professional Bull Riding welcomes 2018 in the North Thompson Agriplex, Barriere
On Wednesday, Dec. 27, an Arctic cold front returned to the North Thompsdon Valley accompanied by some good strong snowfalls,
Thompson Valley Players held a Winter Celebration at the Fall Fair Hall in Barriere on Dec 16 that provided fun for all ages.
New Years Eve is just a few days away, with one of the premier events in the region taking place at the North Thompson Agriplex in Barriere to welcome 2018.
Once the snow started to fall in the Lower North Thompson Valley on Wednesday, Dec. 20, it continued until Thursday afternoon,leaving valley roads a challenge for travelers.
The Dec. 21 Christmas Concert at Barriere Elementary School was a grand success with everyone enjoying the performance immensely.
International Institute for Sustainable Development Experimental Lakes Area is turning 50!
The Strings Concert at Barriere Elementary School was attended by students and a good number of parents and family members.
The annual Star/Journal Christmas Story Contest received a wonderful number of entries this year from area youngsters. Two divisions were offered; Division 1 for youth from kindergarten to grade 3, and Division 2 for grade 4 to grade 7. Young writers had the choice of three subject titles to create their 300 words or less submission: The dog who saved Santa, How would you bring Christmas to your community?, or The day after Christmas at our house.
The annual Christmas Lunch at Barriere Secondary has always been prepared and served by community groups organizations, or members of government. This year School District 73's Superintendent of Schools Alison Sidow participated, as well as SD73 area Trustee Rhonda Kershaw. They joined other organizations such as the Barriere Lions Club, and the Royal Canadian Legion to join with the staff and students in sharing a Christmas meal together.
The Volunteer Appreciation Banquet hosted by the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association (NTFFRA) on Dec. 2 in the North Thompson Agriplex Hall was an amazing gathering of some 150 folks who make a difference in their communities. Attendees came from Kamloops to Clearwater to enjoy a delicious buffet supper with mountains of food and good people to share it with.
Outing to dog park ends in trip to hospital
A Barriere senior was found deceased after a structure fire in her home
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