On the ground account: pipeline protests & security

Business
September 17, 2019
By Laura Keil In August, Kamloops This Week reported that the RCMP had met with Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) directors in areas along the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion route to discuss security in light of […]

A bad year for salmon on the Fraser

Environment
September 16, 2019
By Andru McCracken A massive landslide north of Lillooet is having an impact on salmon returns in the Robson Valley. If you haven’t spotted salmon spawning along the local streams and rivers, you aren’t the […]

Mount Robson Marathon 2019

Adventure/Outdoor Rec
September 15, 2019
Submitted by Mount Robson Marathon The 9th annual Mount Robson Marathon took place Saturday September 7th under sunny skies. The majestic peak of Mount Robson towered above participants who came to the Robson Valley to […]

Injured senior calls for better maintenance

Health
September 14, 2019
By Andru McCracken & Laura Keil The senior citizen who fell to the ground when a flight of outdoor steps collapsed beneath her at the Golden Years Lodge last month did not escape unscathed as […]

Arts

Robson Valley Music Festival 2019

August 29, 2019
  By Goat Staff This year’s festival may have been muddy and wet due to rainball but the music and artistry was razor sharp. “RedPath performances and empowerment programs powerfully blend Indigenous culture and modern [...]

Photo Galleries

2019 Fishing Derby

September 19, 2019
This year’s fishing derby was a huge success according to organizers. Despite some dark clouds, fishers reeled in a good haul.  Notables include:  Gibson and Preston Clark showing off their prizes. Sapphire Pelletier won largest [...]

Community

TELUS emails still not restored

September 14, 2019
By Andru McCracken Three and a half weeks after it became inaccessible a local man is still locked out of his TELUS webmail account and he is furious with the run around he’s received. Peter [...]