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The Abbotsford International Airshow takes place Aug. 12-14 and includes US Navy Super Hornets and the Breitling Jet Team
The closure could affect northbound traffic on the Coquihalla as well.
A reader writes in dismay abut news that Cache Creek has been given a letter of intent on the landfill extension operational certificate.
There are all sorts of activities going on at Cache Creek pool this summer, including karaoke, Aquafit, lessons, and more.
Spapium Farm, on the west side of the river, has a new lease on life thanks to the efforts of Paula Cranmer-Underhill.
A writer questions the need for a referendum on borrowing for the new water treatment plant, if the outcome is a fait accompli.
Service of remembrance will be held on Saturday, July 16 at 1 p.m. at St. Alban's church, Ashcroft.
Hazel Amos, 94, is the oldest known person to raft the class IV rapids of the lower Thompson River, and may be the oldest rafter in Canada.
A writer has nothing but praise for the efforts of the Ashcroft Village crew.
A writer wonders how business friendly Ashcroft is.
From a bike parade to bingo, and softball to a family dance, there was a full slate of events at the July 1 celebration.
A writer questions what happens if Ashcroft residents vote no to the new water treatment plant.
The annual Art Walk is back, with artists and businesses getting together with a feast for the eyes.
Thanks to everyone who put on a great show at the Cache Creek community hall.
A reader wonders if there is a lower cost option for a new water treatment system.
A writer asks the provincial government to give back to the seniors who have given so much.
A reader writes about the decision of former councillor Al Mertens to resign from office.
It sounds counter-intuitive, but using less water - and watering more wisely - can help your lawn thrive.
A naturalist rafting trip along the Thompson gives glimpses of the river and landscape few get a chance to see.
Area residents are encouraged to see the new local doctors, so they can have full patient loads and the town can attract more physicians.