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News about the Clinton Seniors' Association, and a few tips to help you de-stress.
While a protester pickets outside MLA Jackie Tegart's office, the MLA explains what she's doing about healthcare.
Longtime train enthusiast Rod Craggs of Ashcroft has constructed a miniature world where the trains always run on time.
Events of May 2015 bear similarity to flooding in 1979.
The historic fire lookout on top of Cornwall is slated to be demolished this fall.
Even our cat videos aren't safe from the long reach of political ads.
Tips for trips around some of the parks in the northern portion of Golden Country.
Liv Grewal, the Conservative candidate for the new Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon riding, has withdrawn from the race.
The BC Wildfire Service says there have been 1,342 wildfires since April 1, 2015, burning 276,000 hectares
Liv Grewal had won the nomination in a May vote, but withdrew Wednesday
Artists looking for anyone wanting to learn the art of mosaic making for public art projects for Ashcroft
The Better at Home program enables local seniors to remain independent, but needs volunteers to help keep it going.
Reconstruction of the Cache Creek fire hall, damaged in the May flood, begins on July 27; plus more news from cache Creek Council.
There was a whole lot of wellness going on in Ashcroft this past weekend, as the Music and Wellness Festival took over the Heritage Park.
Ashcroft fire chief wants people to know that volunteer firefighter doesn't mean "unprofessional"
Is "watching television" rapidly going the way of "listening to a cassette"? What's a cassette, you ask? Let me explain. . . .
The 12th annual River Festival in Lytton gets federal government funds for this year's event.
The Village of Clinton is a step closer to getting an assisted living facility built in the community.
Opposition Leader John Horgan and NDP Health Spokesperson MLA Judy Darcy met with residents to talk about lack of healthcare.
Three UBC students help the Bonaparte Band rehabilitate their ball diamond and get to know the community.