Wendy Coomber

Members of the Graffiti Days committee are hard at work on this year's event.

Graffitti Days committee planning this year’s event

The loss of the old-time dragsters last year was a blow; but the committee is looking at new idea's for the event's 30th year.

Members of the Graffiti Days committee are hard at work on this year's event.
Bill Elliott (left)

New plaque honours Graffiti Days founder Ben Roy

The plaque will be on display in the Cache Creek Village Office.

Bill Elliott (left)
Kathy Arnold (second from l) explains where the rocks are in relation to the circles and how points are counted in curling.

Ashcroft club entices more junior curlers this year

There were only three junior members at the club last year, and members are trying to change that.

Kathy Arnold (second from l) explains where the rocks are in relation to the circles and how points are counted in curling.
The Wellness and Health Action Coalition is developing a five-year plan for the Ashcroft Hospital

A new regional health care plan is falling into place

A local group is working with Interior Health to ensure that the Ashcroft hospital and clinic stay open.

The Wellness and Health Action Coalition is developing a five-year plan for the Ashcroft Hospital

Thanks for the good wishes

Retired editor Wendy Coomber says thanks to all for the good wishes.

A SUNFLOWER HEAD from last year

So long and thanks for all the fish!

In which the editor, in secret code, says: I will miss this beautiful old newspaper, but it's time to move on.

A SUNFLOWER HEAD from last year
Henry Schneider with his horse and cattle.

Henry Schneider added to Hall of Fame

Henry and Elsie Schneider remembered by their extended family. Henry is selected for the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame.

Henry Schneider with his horse and cattle.

Ashcroft will discuss a second cemetery

Ashcroft Council has moved the topic of a new cemetery to their upcoming planning session.

Shirley Wells from Laughing Swan Farm in Kamloops not only offered heritage tomato seeds for sale

Get growing!

Cache Creek's Seedy Saturday brought gardeners out to talk about their favourite subject.

Shirley Wells from Laughing Swan Farm in Kamloops not only offered heritage tomato seeds for sale

Police Report – Scams and dirty tricks

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Busy year for Beautification

Organizers of Market and Seedy Saturday are holding their AGM on March 4.

Landfill revenue down, taxes up

Cache Creek residents may soon find out what the loss of a major industry looks like on their tax bill.

IH engages town in water source protection

Interior Health asks Cache Creek to start working on Source Assessment and Protection Plan for their aquifers.

Crowdfunding for business capital

Crowdfunding program gets attention from local CFDC manager.

Police Report – assaults and bad driving behaviour

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

RUSTY THE GROUNDHUG uses all means of prognostication to determine whether it’s safe to go out.

Looking forward to an early Spring

An editor and her groundhug ponder the signs around them for a moment before returning to the seed catalogues.

RUSTY THE GROUNDHUG uses all means of prognostication to determine whether it’s safe to go out.

Police Report – telephone scams and arguments

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

A VERY OLD ANIMAL PEN sits abandoned at the Ashcroft Manor.

Bad habits come with strings attached

Whoever decided that bad habits were bad? Is there anyone who doesn't have at least one?

A VERY OLD ANIMAL PEN sits abandoned at the Ashcroft Manor.
Ashcroft’s new doctors

Ashcroft gets two new doctors

Two doctors have successfully completed their practice ready assessment and should be in Ashcroft by March 1.

Ashcroft’s new doctors
Joe Lomond with a beehive at the Ashcroft Fall Fair.

It’s a sweet job as long as the bees are willing

Joe and Marg Lomond are still learning from their bees after nearly 40 years of beekeeping.

Joe Lomond with a beehive at the Ashcroft Fall Fair.