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The course, which was forced to close after last summer’s fire, is open to golfers once more.
Lise Boisjoli is retiring after almost six years driving the transit bus.
More than 60 volunteers helped fill almost 4,000 sandbags for Cache Creek residents.
The grants are to help communities prepare for an emergency or disaster.
Recycling, the water treatment plant, and more were discussed at an Ashcroft community forum.
For a few days in 1868, all eyes were on Yale as B.C. contemplated joining Confederation.
Plus a unique musician is coming to Spences Bridge, there’s a ribbon cutting at the HUB, and more.
The Village seeks a three-year plan to help the Museum find alternative funding sources.
The concert pays tribute to Tammy Wynette, Barbara Mandrell, Emmylou Harris, and more.
Despite the dark times, there are good things all around us.
‘Be prepared as you have never been prepared before’ urges mayor.
Volunteers hope that, unlike 2017, this year’s season isn’t cut short.
The workshops are part of the effort to help local businesses after last year’s fires.
John Hamilton is looking forward to giving back to local communities and boosting tourism.
A movie day, sign and wine glass painting, a home vendors event, a night market, and much more.
Winter tires will be required on some highways until April 30, starting in 2019.
Plus a sandbagging bee, an Ashcroft Moving Forward meeting, musicians wanted, and more.
A few easy steps can help you avoid, or be prepared for, motoring mishaps.
How long before your job is outsourced to technology?
Ticks are looking for a final big meal, and humans are an excellent host.