Wendy Coomber

Ashcroft approves borrowing bylaw

Ashcroft Council approves first three readings of bylaw to borrow $4.1 million for new water treatment plant.

A waste hauler in the tipper while another one waits its turn at the Cache Creek Landfill.

Landfill may be closing this summer

Closure activities for the Cache Creek Landfill may mean closing it sooner than expected.

A waste hauler in the tipper while another one waits its turn at the Cache Creek Landfill.

Planning starts for four lanes

Just a little behind schedule, planning has begun to four-lane Hwy 97 through Cache Creek and beyond as part of the Cariboo Connector.

Jack Kirkpatrick lays a Remembrance Day wreath in Ashcroft

Kirkpatrick receives French Legion of Honour medal

Ashcroft World War II veteran receives a gift of gratitude from France.

Jack Kirkpatrick lays a Remembrance Day wreath in Ashcroft

Clinton’s hard work paying off

Clinton's Mayor Jim Rivett talks about the highlights of 2015.

FROSTY RABBIT BUSH stands out against the brown hills along the Thompson.

Taking care of business is expected

The first breath of spring shouldn't smell like dog crap.

FROSTY RABBIT BUSH stands out against the brown hills along the Thompson.

Police Report – theft of alien, suspicious footprints

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Village plans to borrow $4 M

The Village of Ashcroft is planning to borrow just over $4 million for its new water treatment plant.

Deb Tuohey with a picture of her “salmon” cake

Cinnamon buns and history

It takes a lot more than four walls, a roof and a cash register to run a successful business.

Deb Tuohey with a picture of her “salmon” cake

Meeting to discuss new water plant

Ashcroft is holding a meeting this Thursday to explain all aspects of the proposed new water treatment plant to the public.

Let’s not say ‘goodbye’ just yet

The editor makes it known that she is ready to see if there is life beyond journalism.

Ashcroft water plant highlight of 2015

Ashcroft Mayor Jack Jeyes looks back at the highlights of 2015 in Ashcroft.

Expenses getting tight in Cache Creek

Cache Creek councillors balk at having to spend money on new asset management planning.

A Pine grosbeak at a feeder in Cache Creek.

Blackbirds and crows disappearing, chukars hiding

The annual Christmas Bird Count in Ashcroft-Cache Creek turned up a decreasing number of blackbirds.

A Pine grosbeak at a feeder in Cache Creek.

Flood recovery in Cache Creek colours 2015

Cache Creek Mayor John Ranta looks back over the highlights of 2015 in Cache Creek.

Police Report – assaults and slashed tires

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Rob Suter in his shop.

The desire to create a better screwdriver

No problem is too great in Rob Suter's quest to build a better rachet screwdriver.

Rob Suter in his shop.

Interest growing in local businesses

CFDC manager Deb Arnott says she's had an unprecedented number of inquiries into starting or buying a business this year.

Property assessments rise

Properties in Ashcroft and Cache Creek were worth a little in in 2015 than they were the year before.

Police Report – holiday thefts, highway accidents

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.