Contributed

Give us water facts

A writer seeks more information about who is compelling Ashcroft to build a new water treatment plant, and by what authority.

Resignation from council

Al Mertens explains why he has resigned from Ashcroft council.

Barb Gyoba sits on the bench which is dedicated to the memory of her husband Ed.

Accused murderer is fit to stand trial

Trial of Ashcroft man accused of murdering his uncle has resumed in Kamloops; a verdict is expected this week.

Barb Gyoba sits on the bench which is dedicated to the memory of her husband Ed.

Maybe it is just a name after all

A writer reflects on whether a school's value lies in what it's called or in how the students feel about it.

Referendum for Ashcroft

Ashcroft Mayor Jack Jeyes explains the village will be going to referendum to get voter approval for the water treatment plant loan.

EARLY LEARNING ROCKS: Students from the Ashcroft Early Learning program pose with their painted rocks.

Painted rocks brighten the town

Students from Ashcroft Early Learning beautify the town, one rock at a time.

EARLY LEARNING ROCKS: Students from the Ashcroft Early Learning program pose with their painted rocks.
Cache Creek council candidate Peter Gross.

Profile: Cache Creek Council candidate Peter Gross

Peter Gross is one of three candidates running in the Cache Creek by-election for council on June 25.

Cache Creek council candidate Peter Gross.
The Ashcroft and District Tennis Association held its annual Spring Invitational tournament last weekend.

Tennis Association tournament a success

Players came from as far afield as Vancouver to take part.

The Ashcroft and District Tennis Association held its annual Spring Invitational tournament last weekend.

Article on abuse of seniors hits home

A reader writes that a piece about abuse of elders struck a chord with her.

Cache Creek council candidate Wendy Coomber.

Profile: Cache Creek Council candidate Wendy Coomber

Wendy Coomber is one of three candidates running in the Cache Creek by-election for council on June 25.

Cache Creek council candidate Wendy Coomber.

Now is the time for new water plant

A reader writes to agree with the letter from former mayor Andy Anderson about Ashcroft's need for a new water treatment plant.

Cache Creek council candidate Gareth Smart.

Profile: Cache Creek Council candidate Gareth Smart

Gareth Smart is one of three candidates running in the Cache Creek by-election for council on June 25.

Cache Creek council candidate Gareth Smart.

From the Seniors’ Centre

News from the centre, as well as some tips on how to get the most - and best - out of life.

Water debt is too costly

A reader writes to ask how small communities can be forced to take on huge debt

Concerns over water treatment plant

A writer has questions about the proposed Ashcroft treatment plant

Cheri Van Dyke with Hank

Dog lost near Lytton reunited with owners

It took some time, but Hank and his owners were finally reunited after a days'-long search

Cheri Van Dyke with Hank

Make sure kids all PLAYSAFE in summer

A writer urges parents to watch out for hazards that might endanger their children

Dunes are now Poop Park

A writer is disappointed at thoughtless dog owners

Beware sales tactics

A reader writes regarding a firm using questionable sales tactics.

Beekeeper David Horsley demonstrates beekeeping equipment and a bee colony to students at Desert Sands Community School.

Students buzzing during bee presentation

Local beekeeper David Horsley spoke to students about the importance of bees, and demonstrated how they live and work.

Beekeeper David Horsley demonstrates beekeeping equipment and a bee colony to students at Desert Sands Community School.