Contributed

Thanks to all the helpers

A reader writers to thank all the people who helped out with the set of 'Arsenic and Old Lace'.

One man’s Christmas story

A reader writes about not one, but two, Christmas miracles, and how they have changed him.

Angus Muir (l) and Martina Duncan (r) were ordained as deacons at St. Alban’s in April 2016. They are pictured with Bishop Barbara Andrews.

Two journeys continue at St. Alban’s

For Martina Duncan and Angus Muir, St. Alban's is another step on a path they have been following for many years.

Angus Muir (l) and Martina Duncan (r) were ordained as deacons at St. Alban’s in April 2016. They are pictured with Bishop Barbara Andrews.

Not an improvement

A reader writes about the renovations at the Ashcroft post office.

Dan Hines

Community is a contemplative one, says minister

The Revd. Dan Hines ministered in Ashcroft from 2006 to 2013, and saw a lot changes during his time here.

Dan Hines
The cast of Arsenic and Old Lace

‘Arsenic’ will leave you laughing

A reader writes to praise the WRAPS production of 'Arsenic and Old Lace'

The cast of Arsenic and Old Lace
News from Ashcroft detachment.

Ashcroft RCMP Detachment Police Report: Lock up your sheds

Unlocked sheds and outbuildings are a tempting target for thieves, as one Ashcroft resident found recently.

News from Ashcroft detachment.

Seniors’ centre says thank you

Events just past, and coming up, at the Ashcroft/Cache Creek seniors' centre.

Some of the firearms turned in during the recent B.C. gun amnesty.

Gun amnesty gets big results

Some 1,200 firearms were turned in to the RCMP during the month-long amnesty in October.

Some of the firearms turned in during the recent B.C. gun amnesty.
Marina Papais and Daniel Collett.

St. Alban’s recognizes the ‘ministry of art’

Two relative newcomers to St. Alban's have found themselves at home in the church and the community.

Marina Papais and Daniel Collett.

Save Historic Hat Creek

A reader writes about the importance of the Historic Hat Creek site.

Some of the colourful artwork on display at the Clinton Country Crafters show and sale in October.

Colourful art show

The Clinton Country Crafters' annual show and sale was a success, and plans for 2017 are already afoot.

Some of the colourful artwork on display at the Clinton Country Crafters show and sale in October.

Thanks for key kindness

A reader writes to thank the person who found and returned her keys.

Members bill will tackle PTSD

A private members bill submitted in January would address the challenges of addressing PTSD among veterans and others.

Thanks for Thompson View Manor

A reader writes to say how fortunate we are to have Thompson View Manor, and encourage people to join ita Board.

Two tales about how Ashcroft’s St. Alban’s church got started

The Anglican church is celebrating its 125th year; and why it was founded is a subject of some debate.

Rivers Day a success

The chairman of the Bonaparte Watershed Stewardship Society is pleased with this year's event.

School District 74 says beware of head lice

Learn how to spot the culprits and get rid of them before they cause mayhem.

This unstable stretch of Highway 99 forced the closure of the road to Lillooet earlier this week.

Mountain instability forces closure of Highway 99

The Fountain (Xaxli’p) Indian Band declared a state of emergency, allowing the band to apply for funding to respond to the closure.

This unstable stretch of Highway 99 forced the closure of the road to Lillooet earlier this week.

Question for Ashcroft council re: funding request

A reader writes to ask what council is doing about approaching the federal government for more infrastructure funding.