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Family and friends compiling victim impact statements to keep David Ennis behind bars.
‘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
Do I really need to make this trip?
Hopefully businesses can survive long enough to get past this difficult period, regroup and move forward
It appears that it may be the blue tendency that bothers drivers
The Canadian photographer has travelled to over 1,400 communities
Small changes are gathering steam, and no one saw all of them coming
Grade 12 graduation project a labour of fun for North Thompson teen
I confess that I teared up a little when I saw pictures on social media showing health care workers in Ashcroft getting their COVID-19 vaccinations. In a space of months, something that had been an abstract concept (a vaccination for COVID-19) became a reality, administered to people around the world. Even then, however, it was something far removed, until I saw people I knew getting the vaccine in my own town. It was no longer a distant thing: it was here, and it was being given to friends and neighbours.
Guest column: Marianne Van Osch
In a society where we learn (are forced?) to multitask like crazy
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.
Thom hopes 2021 will not yield such a bevy of new terms and phrases
Mason scores a sweet goal during scrimmage practice at the Sportsplex on Saturday (Jan. 9) morning, with a little support from Eric. While engaged in the game of scrimmage, the pre-novice (under age 6) and novice (aged 7 & 8) players worked on their shots, aiming for the pylon in net. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)
By Susan Brown, President and CEO, Interior Health
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)
By Gwynne Dyer
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.