Learn to sell for artists; student scholarship offered

“You’ve Got the Talent - Now Sell It!” takes place May 25; scholarship application deadline is May 31.

Improving students’ mental health 

A health fair was hosted for students last week in Burns Lake

  • May 17, 2017

Hiking the Orchard Lakes trails

Nine hardy hikers and two dogs enjoyed a hike in the sunshine in the Orchard Lakes area

Barriere Legion Life Member leaves a legacy of service to his community

William T. Brown (Willie to his friends) moved to the community of Barriere in the mid 1960s

Photographing in the garden on a stormy day

Making Pictures Withe Professional Photographer John Enman

Funky Nest in Funky Places 2017 is calling for photo contest entries

The photography challenge of Funky Nests in Funky Places is back for 2017

Hospice groups meet

Barriere Hospice accepted an invitation to attend a seminar on Alzheimer’s disease in Clearwater

Burns Lake garden keeps improving

A wheelchair-accessible outhouse is among the improvements 

Meeting the new vendors at Revelstoke’s farmers markets

Two markets on two blocks means lots of room for new vendors at Revelstoke's farmers markets. We chatted with a few of them.

Great weather for riding a motorcycle

There is no mistake that spring has arrived when bikers take to the open road

Thinking about summer safety

It is absolutely critical that Canadians everywhere take measures to prevent drowning

Greenways Land Trust leads the bashing of invasive species

Though there weren’t many yellow flowers blooming along the Myrt Thompson Trail Saturday morning, the volunteers who came out for the annual Broom Bash found plenty of invasive species to uproot.

Cariboo author draws from oral history

Sage Birchwater’s Chilcotin Chronicles tells of colourful characters

Pat Carney to speak in Campbell River about her new book

Pat Carney will speak at the Museum at Campbell River this weekend about her new book.

  • May 12, 2017

‘We can’t ignore the things we’re losing’

For an hour a day, Campbell River students encouraged to give up their phones

Get your geek on for Take a Hike team trivia night

The West Kootenay Take a Hike program is hosting trivia night at the Trail Legion.

  • May 11, 2017

Are people in Campbell River ready for a disaster? Not really

Survey results show lack of emergency preparedness being done in many area households

Campbell River Museum’s new totem pole to be blessed and dedicated

The new Kwakiutl Bear Pole will be standing on Museum grounds

  • May 11, 2017

Treat your taste buds to a sip of BC’s finest Rieslings!

Back in 1850, Queen Victoria enjoyed a glass of Hock, a German white wine made from Riesling grown around the village of Hochhein am Main.

  • May 11, 2017