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Indifference and inertia mean voters get what they deserve

A letter writer questions how Council is responding to the water treatment plant issue.

Interior Health Executive and Board members visited St. Bartholomew’s Health Centre in Lytton last week

Lytton discusses health needs, concerns

CEO officials met with Lytton citizens to hear about the community's healthcare concerns and questions.

Interior Health Executive and Board members visited St. Bartholomew’s Health Centre in Lytton last week

Plant swap coming soon

Gardeners are invited to share and swap any unwanted or surplus plants or seeds they have.

Taking pride in Chinese history

A writer commends the Lions and Rotarians for cleaning and maintaining the Ashcroft Chinese cemetery.

Plans for development of the unique McAbee Fossil Beds near Cache Creek are in the early stages of discussion

TNRD Times

TNRD Director Steve Rice reports on what's going on in Area I, and asks everyone to give volunteers a big thank you.

Plans for development of the unique McAbee Fossil Beds near Cache Creek are in the early stages of discussion

Terminal not without blemishes

A writer wonders how close is too close for safety, if the Terminal is storing hazardous materials.

April is Cancer Awareness Month; support it with a daffodil pin

Zee Chevalier reports on news from the Clinton Seniors' Society.

Maggie Lyon admires some of the artwork on display at last year’s Ashcroft Fine Art Show and Sale.

Ashcroft’s Fine Art Show coming soon

It's almost time for one of the most popular events of the year in Ashcroft.

Maggie Lyon admires some of the artwork on display at last year’s Ashcroft Fine Art Show and Sale.

Is running on your bucket list?

If so, then Vicky Trill has just the group for you, no matter what your fitness level or goal.

MSP assistance will help more seniors

Not all seniors are taking advantage of MSP assistance that could help them reduce the amount they pay.

The group of ladies in Lytton who coordinated the renaissance of the local Legion

Lytton Legion’s renaissance continues

With the debt cleared away, an intrepid group of volunteers has embarked on an ambitious renovation schedule.

The group of ladies in Lytton who coordinated the renaissance of the local Legion

Ignore the people at your peril

A writer questions why people are so willing to comply with orders from on high.

Concern over District policies

A writer questions two School District No. 74 policies.

The core group who rescued Lytton’s Royal Canadian Legion branch are (from l) Ruth Dunham

Lytton Legion digs itself out of a hole

Facing an uphill challenge, several Lytton residents banded together to work to save the Legion.

The core group who rescued Lytton’s Royal Canadian Legion branch are (from l) Ruth Dunham

Seniors’ Centre ready to swing into spring

Start getting ready for the annual Strawberry Tea, which this year features a silent auction.

Council should re-think debt

A writer is concerned about the debt the Village of Ashcroft will be taking on for its new water treatment plant.

No tea or coffee for volunteers

A writer takes Interior Health to task for its miserly new policy.

The Kamloops Exploration Group held the third in a series of annual lectures in Ashcroft on March 9. “Magnitude 9: Countdown to the Next Giant Earthquake in B.C.” discussed when the next “big one” will hit.

Province due for Level 9 earthquake soon

Kamloops Exploration Group presentation shows that B.C. is due for another "big one" soon.

The Kamloops Exploration Group held the third in a series of annual lectures in Ashcroft on March 9. “Magnitude 9: Countdown to the Next Giant Earthquake in B.C.” discussed when the next “big one” will hit.
Vendors at Lytton’s Two Rivers Farmers’ Market are very proud of the recognition that their market has received.

Lytton Farmers’ Market wins award for best small market in B.C.

Two Rivers Farmers' Market proud of its innovations and community partnerships.

Vendors at Lytton’s Two Rivers Farmers’ Market are very proud of the recognition that their market has received.

Ashcroft Village crew gets top marks

An Ashcroft couple thanks the Public Works department for their help.