Jill Hayward

Barriere Food Bank makes Christmas for many

Barriere and District Food Bank Society is saying “thank you” to the…

Volunteers serve up Christmas at Barriere high school

The annual Barriere Secondary Christmas Lunch was held Dec. 12 at the…

After school program and Lego Club a hit at Barriere Library

after school program and Lego Club at the Barriere Library has been…

An early Christmas for Barriere First Responders

Christmas came early to Barriere First Responders Society (BARFS) when they received…

Holiday season gets underway in Barriere

The community of Barriere is now in full swing for the holiday…

Local RCMP recover stolen rifles from a property north of Barriere

Anyone wishing to make claim to the firearms should contact detachment

RCMP report theft from industrial vehicle parked in Barriere

On Dec. 7, Barriere RCMP received a report of a theft from…

Discover the spirit of late night shopping in Barriere

By Jill Hayward BC Buy Local Week was officially underway from Dec.…

MP McLeod says more debt today means higher taxes for tomorrow

Ottawa- Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo says the fall economic…

Mark you calendars – Breakfast With Santa on December 8 at the Barriere Lions Hall

The 11th Annual Breakfast with Santa will be back at the Barriere…

Interior Savings helps get Pickleball off the ground in local communities

To the editor: This year I applied for and received $100 as…

Lions Club Book Fair helps to support literacy initiatives in Barriere and area

The Barriere Lions Club Book Fair has become a much awaited event…

Barriere Secondary School holds Remembrance Day ceremony

Remembrance Day Ceremonies took place at Barriere Secondary (BSS) on Friday, Nov.…

Two young B.C. cowboys win big at Canadian Finals in Red Deer, Alberta

Kash Sigouin of Barriere, and Carson Payton from Monte Creek have had…

New mayor and council sworn in for District of Barriere

A new mayor and three new members to council for District of Barriere

“Non, nom, nom” said the three bears

The rush is on to consume 20,000 calories a day for B.C.’s bears

Lower North Thompson Community Forest Society has granted almost $550,000 to area projects and groups since 2011

Lower North Thompson Community Forest Society now accepting applications for 2018 grants

Barriere Legion Branch 242 offers grants to local groups and organizations

The Barriere Royal Canadian Legion Branch 424 advise their fiscal year for…

The 5th Annual Rural Women’s Day celebrated at Heffley Creek Hall

Former Lieutenant-Governor Judith Guichon presented with a life quilt from BC Women’s Institute

All you can eat, including the packaging?

Within a year, single-use plastics and excess packaging have become public enemy…