Barbara Roden

Cache Creek residences on flood alert as Bonaparte River rises again

Heavy rainfall on Canada Day has river rising steadily, threatening 175 properties

Bats try to beat a bad rap in wake of fears about COVID-19 virus

Bats don’t carry or spread the coronavirus, and should be welcomed, not feared

Considering home improvements? Make sure to do your homework

Con artist contractors can cause headaches for homeowners

COVID-19 testing and screening available at Ashcroft Hospital

Plus Weed Warriors wanted to clean up neighbourhoods and vie for honorarium

Free screenings of ‘Twilight Zone’ episode filmed in Ashcroft

‘A Small Town’ was filmed in February, and is now available as part of TV show’s second season

Interior Savings helps local organizations with pandemic costs

E. Fry Society, Equality Project, and Ashcroft HUB all benefit from funding

The Editor’s Desk: Coronavirus classic cinema

Some familiar films would look a lot different if they’d been made during a time of COVID-19

Ashcroft pool offers Aquafit, private swim lessons, and more

Plus an outdoor concert, child care this fall, a yard sale, and more

Clinton’s first cannabis store copes with COVID-19 challenges

Cynders opened six weeks before pandemic closures and lockdowns hit the province

Desert Daze festival going ahead with virtual concert experience

Festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary with online concert featuring 10 local musical acts

Enjoy live Canada Day event with music and ice cream in Ashcroft

Four mini-celebrations will let people gather safely outdoors and enjoy the company of others

Pandemic scams costing Canadian consumers cold hard cash

Many scams are doing the rounds, from puppies and free government grants to fake employment offers

Raffle seeks to raise funds to rebuild local rifle range

South Cariboo Sportsmen Association’s facility was destroyed in Elephant Hill wildfire

The Editor’s Desk: COVID cops on the job

In the rush to judgement, facts often take a back seat

Voucher system keeps Soup’s On going, helps local restaurants

Soup’s On lunches have looked diffferent since March, but volunteers and donors have kept them going

A farmers’ market gets ready to start up in Clinton this weekend

Plus spread some sunflower cheer, a community yard sale, a campground cleanup, and more

Electricity use shows that in pandemic, every day is like Saturday

A BC Hydro survey shows that while we’re not using more electricity, when we use it has changed

Free webinar series offers help for those dealing with dementia

Upcoming webinar explores strategies for responding to delusions, hallucinations caused by dementia

New physician at Ashcroft medical clinic now accepting patients

Dr. Stephen Akinkunmi is the newest addition to the Ashcroft Family Medical Practice