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Smoke might interfere with viewing, but the show goes on regardless
Enjoy a Blizzard and help the kids during Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day this Thursday, Aug. 10
In the fire aftermath, the AIB has stepped up to the plate; but staff are feeling exhausted.
The Red Cross ambassador wanted to get a feel for the land that has been scarred.
Check out the new QuestUpon augmented reality app, then take a tour of the former Public Building.
Plus Miracle Treat Day, a new bus service to 100 Mile, and how to beat the heat.
The organization was asked to help those on the Ashcroft Reserve and Boston Flats who lost homes.
From 1874 to 1890, Cache Creek played host to a boarding school; not without some controversy.
The Association is taking a break for summer, and hopes to see new members in September.
People are encouraged to save energy and cash this summer with the help from B.C. Hydro’s list.
Mounties say the possible border-collie cross has helped boost morale
Who were the Brink, Barnes, and Evans that Ashcroft streets are named after?
The Bridge will be hopping when Desert Daze returns to town, August 11 - 12.
Several local people and businesses teamed up to raise funds for the units.
Close to 200 people attended the information meeting on July 25.
Chief Josh White recalls the recent fire and the ‘nightmare scenario’ when communications failed.
Crews are doing controlled burns to try to contain the fire, and alerts and orders have been issued.