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Four youth who raised more than $1,100 for the Loon Lake firefighters were recognized.
The list explains the differences between, and needs of, four local groups that help those in need.
Was the store - billed as the oldest in the province - haunted? We will never know.
The students got a tour through town on Engine 3 and a tour of the firehall.
October is Library Month; and check out the programs your local library has to offer.
The group cannot carry on, but the decision to disband was not an easy one.
Grants will help with infrastructure analysis and development of a trail system.
Nominations open for British Columbians until January.
Break and enters in Cache Creek, drug seizures, dangerous driving, and more.
Dwindling membership means this year’s season is in jeopardy.
From art and appetizers to drop-in sesssions for all ages, there’s something for everyone.
The centre welcomes anyone aged 55 or older who would like to be a member.
It was rough going at first, but the HUB is busier than ever, with more additions all the time.
Infrastructure and targets were destroyed, but members hope to rebuild next year.
Plus we finally find someone to play a small but vital role in Anne of Green Gables.
A book signing, Clinton Makerspace, kids’ Halloween party, and much more.
Status of well construction and paving projects reported to council