Barbara Roden

Cache Creek golf course rises from the flames

The course, which was forced to close after last summer’s fire, is open to golfers once more.

Local transit driver says happy trails

Lise Boisjoli is retiring after almost six years driving the transit bus.

Sandbagging bee proves many hands make light work

More than 60 volunteers helped fill almost 4,000 sandbags for Cache Creek residents.

Ashcroft and Cache Creek receive grants for EOC funding

The grants are to help communities prepare for an emergency or disaster.

Changes coming to TNRD recycling program

Recycling, the water treatment plant, and more were discussed at an Ashcroft community forum.

Golden Country: All about the Yale Convention

For a few days in 1868, all eyes were on Yale as B.C. contemplated joining Confederation.

Local news briefs: Still room at the Seniors Financial Wellness workshop

Plus a unique musician is coming to Spences Bridge, there’s a ribbon cutting at the HUB, and more.

New funding being sought for Clinton Museum after Village turns down Grant in Aid request

The Village seeks a three-year plan to help the Museum find alternative funding sources.

Singer Lisa Brokop brings Legendary Ladies of Country to Ashcroft

The concert pays tribute to Tammy Wynette, Barbara Mandrell, Emmylou Harris, and more.

The Editor’s Desk: A spirit of renewal

Despite the dark times, there are good things all around us.

Cache Creek residents urged to prepare for flooding

‘Be prepared as you have never been prepared before’ urges mayor.

Ashcroft Visitor Centre gearing up for another year

Volunteers hope that, unlike 2017, this year’s season isn’t cut short.

Free workshops will address communications, stress, and much more

The workshops are part of the effort to help local businesses after last year’s fires.

Gold Country Communities Society welcomes new head to ‘God’s Country’

John Hamilton is looking forward to giving back to local communities and boosting tourism.

Happening at the Ashcroft HUB

A movie day, sign and wine glass painting, a home vendors event, a night market, and much more.

Improved winter driving measures will keep highways and drivers safer

Winter tires will be required on some highways until April 30, starting in 2019.

Local News Briefs: A Cache Creek town hall meeting will address flooding

Plus a sandbagging bee, an Ashcroft Moving Forward meeting, musicians wanted, and more.

Make road trips hassle-free

A few easy steps can help you avoid, or be prepared for, motoring mishaps.

The Editor’s Desk: Rise of the robots

How long before your job is outsourced to technology?

Ticks are out and about again, so be aware

Ticks are looking for a final big meal, and humans are an excellent host.