Barbara Roden

Ashcroft business makes the leap to main street location

Gemini Wellness has moved from the Ashcroft HUB to a storefront on Railway Avenue

B.C. closer to getting provincial Chinese Canadian Museum

Museum would follow ‘hub-and-spoke’ model, with the hub in Vancouver

Cache Creek council report

Issues at Cache Creek water treatment plant are a big concern

Clinton-area author draws on own experiences for her books

Dorothy Jepp grew up on High Bar First Nation and writes the books she wanted to see as a child

Local News Briefs: There are a lot of holiday happenings coming up

Santa Parade, pictures with Santa, free Christmas movies, the CP Holiday Train, and more in store

The Editor’s Desk: Ease off on millennials

The younger generation will be the ones cleaning up the mess they’ve inherited from the older one

Free Take Home Naloxone kits save thousands of lives

More than 50,000 kits have been used in B.C. to reverse opioid overdoses

Kamloops information centre provides assistance to seniors

Seniors in Kamloops and surrounding area can access wide variety of services and support

Local News Briefs: A drop-in community forum is coming up in Ashcroft

Plus play auditions, a Ladies’ Night, craft fairs, wreath workshop, free bowling, and more

Scam online Christmas retailer site offers plenty of red flags

Santa’s Toy House offers deals that are too good to be true, so beware

Suspect wanted for crimes in Kamloops, Merritt, Kelowna

Public asked to be on lookout for a burgundy Dodge Ram D-150 pickup

The Editor’s Desk: Freedom of speech explained

Freedom of speech is still guaranteed, but it doesn’t mean freedom from consequences

Thompson-Nicola Regional Library system footnotes

A colouring contest, Tech Q & A, crafts, Tumblebooks, and more in local library branches

This year’s Smile Cookie campaign vastly exceeds expectations

‘It blew everything we expected to do out of the water’

Highway 99 reopened to traffic following movement at 10 Mile Slide site

Drivers urged to use caution, watch for work crews in area

Cache Creek council looking at grant for new Quartz Road bridge

Cache Creek council meeting news from Oct. 25

Campbell Hill landfill set for soft opening in December

Site has seen several major delays over past three years

Local News Briefs: Get crafty and creative at The Hutch

Plus free workshops, Lions Bingo, possible changes to BC elections, and more

New projects on Ashcroft Reserve not just for residents

Band administrator encourages others to make use of trails, seniors’ residence, and more

Not looking forward to raking? Here’s why to leave the leaves

Nature Conservancy of Canada has good news for those who hate raking the leaves