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Local quilters leapt into action to provide quilts for Ashcroft Reserve and Boston Flats residents.
A special #BCStrong prize is being offered this year to acknowledge last year’s wildfires.
Know before you go into the back country, and be prepared.
Plus the CRA scam has resurfaced, games night returns to UniTea, Holiday Train success, and more.
Median wages in Cariboo-Chilcotin/Lillooet lower than elsewhere, but housing relatively affordable.
Loan companies drop off the list, but online retailers make the cut for the first time.
Ashcroft and Cache Creek fire departments each receive $1,100 from Kinsmen annual Turkey Bingo.
Cherish the people in your life who you love; you never know when they’ll be gone.
Story time, RRSP workshops, book clubs, puzzles, crafting, and more: it’s happening in our libraries.
The majority of fatal car-truck crashes are caused by passenger vehicle drivers.
When gold fever prompted thousands of miners north, Yale found itself at the eye of the storm.
The Desert Bells Handbell Choir has recently taken delivery of a new octave of bells.
Jada Raphael of the Cook’s Ferry Band will represent the Nlakapamux and Secwepemc Nations.
Plus Experience Gold Country, why not to turn on house lights while driving, and more.
Other Lions clubs are having to close because of aging membership and lack of new members.
Plus the possibility of wolves in Ashcroft, why we feed the birds, and why you don’t want raccoons.
Computer-based assessments will be eliminated, and drivers can use their own cars for the test.
How the author found out more than she wanted to know about a complete stranger.
Plus a search for a missing woman is called off, a tribute to Clayton Cassidy, and more.
Steve Rice talks about recent challenges and triumphs, and looks ahead to 2018.