Barbara Roden

Be prepared in case of emergency evacuation

Plan ahead to ensure you have everything you need in case you need to leave your house suddenly.

Clinton to host provincial Communities in Bloom conference and awards

Clinton’s Yvette May, chair of the provincial CiB, says it’s about more than just flowers.

Closure of Steelhead fishery a blow to Spences Bridge

Decision to close the fishery comes after prediction of fewer than 200 returning fish in 2018.

Flooding hits Cache Creek trailer park again

Residents say some easy steps could be taken to alleviate ongoing damage.

Fraser-Nicola MLA frustrated by lack of progress on Clinton seniors’ housing

Jackie Tegart talks about various issues affecting the riding.

Local News Briefs: Moonlight Movie in the Park is coming

The hit film Peter Rabbit will be screened in the Ashcroft Pool Park on Monday, August 20.

Painting of Ashcroft fetches more than $200,000 at auction

A 1965 painting of the town by E. J. Hughes exceeded pre-auction estimate at recent sale.

The Editor’s Desk: (Not) thinking things through

Victoria city council shows how not to handle a delicate situation.

Wildfire smoke poses health risks to many

Stay safe when skies are smoky.

Woman missing after car swept away by mudslide near Cache Creek

A search is now underway for Valerie Morris, who has been missing since the afternoon of August 11.

Ashcroft under Boil Water Notice due to high turbidity

Residents are asked to restrict water use to keep silt out of reservoirs.

Highway 99 reopens to single-lane, alternating traffic

Mudslides have once again hampered traffic in the region following heavy rains.

E. Fry barbecue a thank you to community

Society says that with summer here, food bank use has declined and the community garden is popular.

Golden Country: From stagecoach headquarters to provincial courthouse

The BX Express Company headquarters building in Ashcroft has had an interesting life.

Ashcroft Terminal partners with Singapore-based based company to provide services

Partnership comes as terminal begins three-year, $28 million build-out that will create 250 jobs.

Feedback wanted from Cache Creek residents, businesses

Surveys about seniors’ housing and the downtown core are being conducted.

Former Ashcroft resident is one of the voices of the BC Wildfire Service

Fire Information Officer Ryan Turcot says it’s rewarding to do something helpful.

Local News Briefs: Local elections are coming up

Election packages and information sessions, day camps, a community survey from HVC, and more.

New organizer sought for Ashcroft’s Terry Fox Run

The annual event is in its 34th year in Ashcroft and has raised $59,000 for cancer research.

The Editor’s Desk: The back to school shopping blues

How prepared are you for the quest for pencil crayons and erasers? Take the quiz and find out!