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Government inaction from MLA, province

A reader writes to ask where government is when there is no provincial election looming.

A dream down the drain

A reader writes about the seeming lack of interest in a proposed pow-wow in Ashcroft.

Education Minister Mike Bernier (right) announced new funding to help rural schools retain and attract new teachers.

Rural schools face ‘chaos’

'Time will tell' if School District No. 74 (Gold Trail) will have difficulty retaining and attracting teachers for 2017/18.

Education Minister Mike Bernier (right) announced new funding to help rural schools retain and attract new teachers.

BC Hydro a major issue

A reader writes about the role BC Hydro might play in the provincial election in May.

Be careful with cords

A reader writes to warn buyers to be careful when measuring and purchasing cords of wood.

Police are searching for someone whose truck rolled over

Ashcroft RCMP Detachment Police Report: ATM stolen from Cache Creek gas station

Thieves stole a truck from Kal Tire and used it to haul away the ATM from the Shell gas station.

Police are searching for someone whose truck rolled over

Wonderful PAC fundraiser

A reader writes in praise of a community event that raised more than $10,000 for the Cache Creek Elementary School PAC.

A hockey team fielded by the Ashcroft RCMP detachment and a few community members helped raise $18

Ashcroft RCMP Detachment Police Report: Raising money for a good cause

The Ashcroft RCMP detachment rounded up a hockey team and helped raise money for the BC Children's Hospital Foundation last weekend.

A hockey team fielded by the Ashcroft RCMP detachment and a few community members helped raise $18

Newspapers have something to say

A reader writes in praise of newspapers, and thanks The Journal for providing an interesting read each week.

We’re all in this together

A reader writes about the necessity for Canada to be a world leader in dealing with climate change.

Police from several detachments assisted in the arrest of a man who robbed a woman in Cache Creek at knifepoint and stole her vehicle.

Ashcroft RCMP police blotter: Overdoses hit close to home

The opioid overdose crisis almost claims two lives in the Cache Creek area.

Police from several detachments assisted in the arrest of a man who robbed a woman in Cache Creek at knifepoint and stole her vehicle.

Public display of art appreciated

A reader writes to thank the owner of an Ashcroft business for allowing his students to display their artwork.

Doing nothing about climate change is not an option

A reader writers about the necessity to combat climate change now.

Pointing out the facts in some ‘fake news’

A reader writes about some 'fake news' in a recent opinion piece.

A $5

Scholarship aimed at business students

Black Press offers a $5,0000 scholarship to qualifying students to study at the University of Victoria.

A $5

Is Fraser-Nicola the dumpster in the alley?

A reader writes to wonder if we should be looking to tourism,not trash, to boost the economy in our riding.

A standout of a woman

A reader writes in praise of Marnie Adamski and her passion for Ashcroft and its history.

Police from several detachments assisted in the arrest of a man who robbed a woman in Cache Creek at knifepoint and stole her vehicle.

Ashcroft man faces charges after vehicle theft in Cache Creek

The accused fled the scene in a stolen vehicle, but crashed into the creek and had to be airlifted to hospital.

Police from several detachments assisted in the arrest of a man who robbed a woman in Cache Creek at knifepoint and stole her vehicle.
A man from Ontario who was breaching probation was located in Cache Creek.

Ashcroft RCMP Detachment Police Report: Drive to conditions

A driver who went off the road near Ashcroft is being charged with a violation for not driving to conditions in slippery weather.

A man from Ontario who was breaching probation was located in Cache Creek.
It should go without saying that this is a no-no; but some people try to make excuses for distracted driving.

Avoid these excuses for distracted driving and save money

Solicitor general Mike Morris offers some examples of excuses drivers have used to try to get out of fines.

It should go without saying that this is a no-no; but some people try to make excuses for distracted driving.