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Postage stamps needed for good cause

Zee Chevalier with news from the Clinton Seniors' Association.

The riders and support crew of the Bike for Bibles group which stopped in Ashcroft at the weekend. The six-day trip is raising money to help provide Trauma Healing in Rwanda.

Fundraising cyclists make Ashcroft part of trip

Bike for Bibles makes an overnight stop in Ashcroft during Interior ride.

The riders and support crew of the Bike for Bibles group which stopped in Ashcroft at the weekend. The six-day trip is raising money to help provide Trauma Healing in Rwanda.
ASHCROFT’S VISITORS FROM BIFUKA

Ashcroft plays host to Japanese visitors

A delegation from Ashcroft's sister city, Bifuka, arrives in the area

ASHCROFT’S VISITORS FROM BIFUKA

Open burning prohibited throughout region

Continued hot, dry weather increases risk of forest fires.

Ashcroft Ranch “no value” to taxpayers

Metro Vancouver's ownership of the ranch questioned once more

Lytton approved for $20k in funding

The Village of Lytton has received a grant to encourage businesses to improve their buildings.

Gentlemen, start your barbecues

It's the time of year for barbecuing, but one sex seems to dominate the grill.

When William Haney had been identified as the murderer of Isaac Decker

Gold Country Presents Past, Present, and Beyond

In the Line of Duty part 7 - The face of a killer. Police unmask the identity of Isaac Decker's murderer.

When William Haney had been identified as the murderer of Isaac Decker

Cache Creek runner first in Kamloops

Local runner Ryan Day has another success at the Kamloops marathon.

Jared Thompson-Fisher (far right) is at the ready to fire the century-old Ceremonial Naval Field Gun with his team of Sea Cadets from across Canada.

Summer of adventure for Ashcroft Sea Cadet

Ashcroft youth spends three weeks at a basic drill course in Comox.

Jared Thompson-Fisher (far right) is at the ready to fire the century-old Ceremonial Naval Field Gun with his team of Sea Cadets from across Canada.
Ashcroft council candidates Doreen Lambert

Ashcroft council candidates face questions about Wellness

All candidates' meeting in Ashcroft attracts 60 people and a lot of questions.

Ashcroft council candidates Doreen Lambert
James Teit and his wife

Songs of the Land breaks a century of silence

Wax cylinder recordings made of Nlakap'amux music 100 years ago have been digitized and will be accessible once more.

James Teit and his wife

Health care hit (and a miss)

Area isn't included in roll out of new prenatal service, but loan relief might bring more health care workers.

The 1st Ashcroft Scouts at the Vancouver Aquarium. (from left) Jayden Wood

Scout group sleeps with the Belugas

Local Scouts spend the night at the Vancouver Aquarium.

The 1st Ashcroft Scouts at the Vancouver Aquarium. (from left) Jayden Wood
Alexzine Johannsson accepts a cheque from Safety Mart's Victor Paulos on behalf of the Navy League.

Donation helps local Navy League branch

Annual safety Mart fundraiser nets $1600 for local group.

Alexzine Johannsson accepts a cheque from Safety Mart's Victor Paulos on behalf of the Navy League.
Ginger Kuzyk of Cache Creek (right)

Lillooet Lions fishing derby

Ginger Kuzyk of Cache Creek has a story about the one that didn't get away.

Ginger Kuzyk of Cache Creek (right)

Suspect charged in Lytton murder case

Charges are laid in the murder of a Lytton man in January 2000.

Campfire ban throughout Kamloops Fire Centre area

Continuing hot, dry weather in the Central Interior prompts campfire ban.

Loon Lake Community Horseshoe Tournament contestants (from left) runners-up George Malmsten and Mavis Roeds

Loon Lake horseshoe tournament

Runners up and winners in the annual Loon Lake tournament.

Loon Lake Community Horseshoe Tournament contestants (from left) runners-up George Malmsten and Mavis Roeds
The BC Mining Journal from Aug. 8 1895. The paper was renamed the Ashcroft Journal in 1899.

Changes coming to Journal

The paper will be switching to Thursday publication starting in September.

The BC Mining Journal from Aug. 8 1895. The paper was renamed the Ashcroft Journal in 1899.