Staff Writer

Disaster relief fund committee selected

The Village of Cache Creek appoints committee to allocate some $270,000 in Disaster Relief Funding that has been raised since the May flood.

A few things tourists should know aboot

Handy tips to help visitors to our area get the most from their stay.

The water tower at Yuck Lake

Summer Staycation part 3: Cornwall Hills

Taking the scenic route through Oregon Jack Valley and up to the summit of Cornwall.

The water tower at Yuck Lake

Local bee colonies are in good shape

Local apiarist Joe Lonond calls winter mortality rate in the area 'average'.

Cache Creek carries on with CiB judging

The Village will focus on resiliency rather than improvements when the Communities in Bloom judges visit on July 22.

Gardening for the non-greenthumb

Hints for making people think you're a better gardener than you really are.

Funding sought for rebuilding

Cache Creek looking for funding approval for more infrastructure repairs and rebuilding

Members of the Ashcroft Legion and Ashcroft Sea Cadets form a colour party at the Canada Day celebration in the Heritage Park.

Canada Day fun for everyone

Local communities had everything from face painting to ice cream cake on Canada's 148th birthday.

Members of the Ashcroft Legion and Ashcroft Sea Cadets form a colour party at the Canada Day celebration in the Heritage Park.
A fresh look at Walhachin ensures that the town's legend will continue to grow.

The legend of Walhachin gets a fresh look

A review of a new book which looks at a local 'ghost town'

A fresh look at Walhachin ensures that the town's legend will continue to grow.
Ernie Beale of Kamloops “auctions off” Cache Creek council (from left Cllrs. Wyatt McMurray

Flood relief donations reach $250,000

Council anxious to appoint a committee to begin allocating relief funds.

Ernie Beale of Kamloops “auctions off” Cache Creek council (from left Cllrs. Wyatt McMurray

Campfire ban in effect Friday

Attempt to cut down on human-caused wildfires as fire danger "high" throughout region.

Local election campaign spending limits endorsed

All-party committee recommends limits on local election spending based on population

Area communities get grants

Second round of provincial funding helps communities with essential services.

Stage Road rebuild gets approval, funds

Cache Creek Council voted Monday to approve the awarding of a contract to rebuild Stage Road.

School’s out, and not just for summer

The editor reflects on life when it's no longer ruled by a school calendar.

Clinton Lions come to the end

The Clinton Lions Club won't see its 52nd year, and other news from Clinton.

Summer reading clubs for all ages

The TNRD Library System has lots of great suggestions for summer reading.

Summer staycation Part 2 – Rails and Roads

A car journey around our area that enables travellers to see the ghosts of transportation routes past.

Seabird Island Tulip Festival. Photo by Roxanne Watson. Entry in the 2015 Amateur Photographer of the Year.

Time to enter B.C.’s amateur photographer contest

The 3rd annual 'Your Best Shot' contest is open to amateur photographers. Sponsored by London Drugs, Abbotsford Airshow & Black Press

Seabird Island Tulip Festival. Photo by Roxanne Watson. Entry in the 2015 Amateur Photographer of the Year.
BC Cowboy Heritage Society

BC Government proclaims “Cowboy Heritage Week” March 8 to15

"The history of the cowboy and his way of life needs to be told": MLA Donna Barnett

BC Cowboy Heritage Society