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Prince Rupert cleared to end boil water notice

City has downgraded from boil water notice to a water quality advisory after six weeks

Company donates $275,000 to replace destroyed Loon Lake fire hall

Also donates to Cache Creek fire department; still has $80,000 yet to be designated

New cardiac procedure is keeping Interior Health patients closer to home

Nick Stobbart suffered from shortness of breath, and it kept him from…

  • Jan 25, 2019
Helmcken Falls forming an ice cone on the Murtle River
Brodo Kitchen Poutine
Mazu launches petition to protect children's browsing rights
Rain, sun and clouds in the forecast for the Easter long weekend

Fundamental change expected in the relationship between B.C. logging contractors and their employers

B.C. logging contractor sustainability review now completed

  • Jan 24, 2019

“Acting Up” Thompson Valley Players Workshop for youth coming Feb. 2

North Thompson Star/Journal Thompson Valley Players are excited to announce they will…

  • Jan 24, 2019

It’s going to be a bear affair

Celebrating Literacy Week with an Indoor Teddy Bear Picnic in Barriere

Immigrant Services info session coming to Barriere library

By Jaime Polmateer Kamloops Immigration Services (KIS) is holding information sessions at…

Are you ready the Mad Hatter Tea Party in Barriere?

Hold on to your hat and get that bee out of your…

  • Jan 18, 2019

New security fence for Riverwalk Subdivision in Barriere

A new chain link fence at Riverwalk Subdivision in Barriere, B.C., creates…

Letter: New party with a strong platform could form majority government in B.C.

Voters fed up with BC’s political parties open the door for a new party to enter BC politics

  • Jan 15, 2019

African Children’s Choir making a difference in the world

Waroto Children’s Choir celebrate Christ and caring for community on six month world tour

  • Jan 15, 2019

‘Tripod’ delays access to Unist’ot’en camp

Social media rumours of cultural significance quashed, meaning police “exclusion zones” should end.

Hereditary chiefs negotiate injunction agreement

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs abide by interim injunction, but gate stays up. Still opposed.

District of Barriere wins BC Supreme Court Appeal

Jan. 3 decision unanimous to dismiss Purcha and Son Ltd. appeal

  • Jan 10, 2019

Unist’ot’en open gate

The camp is complying with the temporary injunction allowing natural gas pipeline workers through.

Motorists advised to be cautious of road conditions

Slippery sections and compact snow on area roads

Reducing asbestos risks for workers, public and environment

VICTORIA - The B.C. government has released a report that includes a…

  • Jan 3, 2019

TNRD to support flood risk assessment, mapping, and flood mitigation planning in Thompson Watershed

Highlights from the Thompson Nicola Regional District Board of Directors’ Meeting of Dec. 20

  • Jan 3, 2019