Barbara Roden

All Candidates’ Forum being held in Ashcroft on Oct. 16

From markets and hay mazes to concerts, dances, a trip to India and more, there’s a lot going on

Get to know your local candidates in the Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon riding

In advance of the Oct. 21 federal election, find out where the candidates stand

Honour Ranch near Ashcroft now open to help support uniformed personnel

‘We’re going to save lots of lives right here. I just know we will.’

Interior Health holding public meeting in Ashcroft

Members of the public will have opportunity to ask questions about health care in the area

Learn more about anthropologist James Teit of Spences Bridge

Presentation at Ashcroft Library celebrates Teit’s groundbreaking works

Meet the candidates: Jati Sidhu (Liberal)

Sidhu sees financial security, home and mental health care, and climate change as major concerns

The Editor’s Desk: Newspapers matter

No, more than ever, community newspapers need support

New mosaic celebrates, honours Ashcroft’s Japanese-Canadians

‘Kan Jo’ mosaic one of three pieces unveiled that commemorate the Japanese experience in Ashcroft

Golden Country: The Mad Trapper part 5

The mystery of Albert Johnson endures to this day

Smile Cookie sales will help local student purchase new hearing aids

‘Last year we raised just over $3,000. This year we’ve raised considerably more’

Educate kids on how and when to call 9-1-1 so they stay safe

Now that school is back in session, here’s another lesson kids need to learn

Handbell choir looking for new members to learn an old art form

Desert Bells Handbell Choir one of the few four-octave choirs in the province

HUB Online Network finding its feet, documenting the region

New venture already has nearly three dozen videos up on YouTube channel

Local News Briefs: Concerts galore on the horizon

Plus markets, a paint night, a variety of courses from TRU, and more

New Stop of Interest sign in Kamloops aims to bring more diversity to program

When plans for new signs were announced in 2016, more diverse places and themes were sought

New support resource in area for women with disabilities

Pacific Dawn will be holding regular meetings in Ashcroft for women with disabilities

Stand-up comedy tour raises money for many good causes

The Human Condition Comedy Tour rolls into Ashcroft as part of a Western Canada swing

The Editor’s Desk: Play ‘Election Bingo’!

Already tired of the election campaign? Here are a few tips to help you make it through to Oct. 21

The Mad Trapper part 4: The quest to identify Albert Johnson begins

To this day, the identity of the ‘mad trapper’ has not been established, but he certainly was not mad

Washington, California, and Oregon states poised to move to permanent Daylight Savings Time

A recent survey of more than 220,000 British Columbians shows we’re in favour too