Jill Hayward

New doctor for Barriere

New doctor expected to arrive near the end of August or beginning of September.

Are you on the voters list?

The provincial general election in B.C. is scheduled for May 9, 2017

Local family buy radio station in Barriere

CHLW 93.1 FM The Bear has been sold to a resident of Barriere

Reading the news at Barriere Library

Locals enjoy reading the newspaper at the Barrere Library

The BMI is back

In case you hadn’t noticed, the Knights Inn has reverted back to its original name

The potholes are back!

Frost in the ground is receding and leaving in its wake some impressive potholes

AG Foods customer wins $5000 in Grocery Gift Certificates

Barriere AG Foods customer, Paige Lampreau, is the online winner of $5,000

Fundraising campaign helps graduates celebrate safely

BC Liquor Stores encouraging customers to support the annual Support Dry Grad Campaign

Great Backyard Bird Count the biggest one yet

it was the biggest count in Great Backyard Bird Count's 20-year history

Barriere Chamber holds open house to celebrate Chamber Week in B.C.

Chambers of Commerce strengthen their communities by getting business done

Dave Baines named Barriere 2016 Citizen of the Year

40 year resident of Barriere chosen for Citizen of the Year

New owner on site at Petro Canada and A&W in Barriere

The Petro Canada Station and A&W in Barriere has changed hands.

Welcome to our 2017 New Year’s baby

Otto Hudson is the first baby of 2017 for Barriere and area

Fundraising for NTVIC with cupcakes

Profits made go towards North Thompson Volunteer and Information Centre After School Program

Aftermath of an MVA

One of two vehicles involved in a motor vehicle accident on Highway 5 came to rest in a snowbank

Early Childhood Learning Centre officially opens in Barriere

Yellowhead Community Services, Success By Six to oversee Early Years Childhood Development Centre

Dollars for firefighting from Lower North Thompson Community Forest Society

Simpcw First Nation Fire Department receives grant for $14,500

Thieves make off with Fadear Park memorial bench brass plaques

District of Barriere will be replacing the plaques that were stolen

Simpcw joins in Community To Community Forum

Simpcw First Nation joined over two dozen delegates to community forum in Barriere

When people come together they can really make a difference

Brandon Evans and his family say “thank you” to all those who helped