Barbara Roden

Ashcroft residents get information at Community Forum

Water treatment plant, recycling, an Eco-Depot, the budget, and more among items addressed

Clinton Museum looking forward to another busy season

Volunteers at the Museum were active woth a variety of projects last year

Local News Briefs: Free workshop will help businesses deal with disasters

Plus a high tea and silent auction, spring dance lessons, a colouring contest, and more

The Editor’s Desk: Rising from the ashes

In the wake of the devastation of Notre Dame, we see how we truly are stronger together

There’s an Easter EGGS-travaganza of events in local communities

A round-up of Easter events in Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton, Spences Bridge

Cache Creek council votes to rejoin local transit system

Details need to be worked out, but hopes are that change can be expedited

Golden Country: A canny pioneering businessman links Spences Bridge and the Marx Brothers

Archibald Clemes was called ‘The Owner of Spences Bridge’, but his reach extended far beyond the town

Ashcroft’s Laura Hedges comes from family of artists

Artist urges budding painters to overcome their fears and discover the joy of painting

Free waste disposal days coming to the TNRD

A Hazardous Household Waste round-up is also scheduled for Ashcroft

Local News Briefs: Local MLA holding Spring Tea for seniors in Clinton, Ashcroft

Plus a Krush dance recital, a spring market, two upcoming runs, and more

Navigating Health and Wellness fair coming to Cache Creek

Residents can meet with nearly three dozen health-care providers and agencies and learn more

New bench and time capsule dedicated at Harmony Bell

Project unites community members, highlights shared history

The Editor’s Desk: Old words are still true today

Words written about the state of the newspaper industry in 1919 hold true a century later

Thompson steelhead trapped at bottom of Bonaparte River fishway

Debris- and mud-filled fishway another blow to steelhead stocks

Thompson-Nicola Regional Library Footnotes

The Income Tax volunteers are still at local libraries, but not for much longer

Ashcroft/Cache Creek Rotary Citizens of the Year honoured

Four people recognized for their contributions to our communities

Major changes in effect at ICBC as of April 1

Benefits, time limits to submit receipts, and pain and suffering payouts affected

Community bids farewell to local doctor after three years’ service

Dr. Amgad Zake says community made him feel like they were family

The Editor’s desk: For want of a spacesuit

NASA shows that girls can do anything they want, just not at the same time

Golden Country: A dark and stormy night

An unlikely literary legacy lives on in Lytton