Wendy Coomber

CABIN IN THE SNOWY WOODS? or cabin in Heritage Place Park?

Turning over a brand new page

The power of positive thinking has got to be at the very least as good as negative thinking, and it's definitely much more productive.

CABIN IN THE SNOWY WOODS? or cabin in Heritage Place Park?

Time to start those gardens

The Cache Creek Beautification Society is planning its third annual Seedy Saturday for Feb. 6.

HUB gets help: Interior Savings and Credit Union staff in Ashcroft visited the old elementary school armed with brooms and dust mops for their Day of Difference on Oct. 15. They helped HUB Society members clean up the building so local user groups can move into the space. L-R: Stef and Andrea Walker

2015 in REVIEW: October

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

HUB gets help: Interior Savings and Credit Union staff in Ashcroft visited the old elementary school armed with brooms and dust mops for their Day of Difference on Oct. 15. They helped HUB Society members clean up the building so local user groups can move into the space. L-R: Stef and Andrea Walker
My Fair Lady: L-R: Nancy Duchaine (Eliza Doolittle)

2015 in REVIEW: November

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

My Fair Lady: L-R: Nancy Duchaine (Eliza Doolittle)
Councils past and present

2015 in REVIEW: August

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

Councils past and present
On board for Lillooet: Left: Fraser-Nicola MLA Jackie Tegart (centre) with some of the residents taking te community bus to Lillooet to see the new doctors. The Thursday program is being used as a temporary measure to help residents access doctors until the new doctors arrive in February. L-R: WHAC members Dave and Alice Durksen

2015 in REVIEW: December

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

On board for Lillooet: Left: Fraser-Nicola MLA Jackie Tegart (centre) with some of the residents taking te community bus to Lillooet to see the new doctors. The Thursday program is being used as a temporary measure to help residents access doctors until the new doctors arrive in February. L-R: WHAC members Dave and Alice Durksen
Citizens of the Year for Ashcroft and Cache Creek: The Ashcroft & District Rotary Club held it’s annual Citizens of the Year Awards and Dinner last week. This year’s honours were presented to Kitty Murray from Ashcroft for her volunteer work with the Ashcroft Health Care Auxiliary and to Bill Elliott from Cache Creek for his volunteer work in the community that included Graffiti Days and nearly four decades on the Cache Creek Fire Dept. L-R: Lois Petty

2015 in REVIEW: February

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

Citizens of the Year for Ashcroft and Cache Creek: The Ashcroft & District Rotary Club held it’s annual Citizens of the Year Awards and Dinner last week. This year’s honours were presented to Kitty Murray from Ashcroft for her volunteer work with the Ashcroft Health Care Auxiliary and to Bill Elliott from Cache Creek for his volunteer work in the community that included Graffiti Days and nearly four decades on the Cache Creek Fire Dept. L-R: Lois Petty
New water system finished: Historic Hat Creek Ranch’s annual Community Day brought local folk and critter folk together. MLA Jackie Tegart helped cut the ceremonial ribbon to celebrate the completion of the enhanced water system and fire suppression system at the Ranch. Cutting the ribbon are l-r: HHCR Director Stan Saari

2015 in REVIEW: September

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

New water system finished: Historic Hat Creek Ranch’s annual Community Day brought local folk and critter folk together. MLA Jackie Tegart helped cut the ceremonial ribbon to celebrate the completion of the enhanced water system and fire suppression system at the Ranch. Cutting the ribbon are l-r: HHCR Director Stan Saari
Ken Platz has been protesting the lack of healthcare in Ashcroft since June.

2015 in REVIEW: July

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

Ken Platz has been protesting the lack of healthcare in Ashcroft since June.
Belkorp flicks the switch on landfill gas: L-R Cache Creek Mayor John Ranta

2015 in REVIEW: June

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

Belkorp flicks the switch on landfill gas: L-R Cache Creek Mayor John Ranta
The Last Spike: CN retirees John Fosty

2015 in REVIEW: federal politics, health care issues

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

The Last Spike: CN retirees John Fosty
Premier sees disaster first hand: Premier Christy Clark was in Cache Creek to survey the damage caused by May 23’s freak storm. She and MLA Jackie Tegart talked to residents affected by the flooding and looked at the broken infratructure on Stage Rd. Public Works Foreman Steve Peacock (blue shirt)

2015 in REVIEW: May

A look back at 2015 from the pages of the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

Premier sees disaster first hand: Premier Christy Clark was in Cache Creek to survey the damage caused by May 23’s freak storm. She and MLA Jackie Tegart talked to residents affected by the flooding and looked at the broken infratructure on Stage Rd. Public Works Foreman Steve Peacock (blue shirt)
THE SMELL OF FRESH PINE when it’s still on the pine tree.

Heading into 2016 with a smile

Believe it or not, informal indicators around the region are pointing to a good year for 2016.

THE SMELL OF FRESH PINE when it’s still on the pine tree.

Local health care tops 2015 for MLA

Looking back on 2015, local health care issues leap to the foreground of MLA Jackie Tegart's thoughts.

A 78 year old Merritt woman lost control on a slippery corner on Hwy 97C.

Police Report – Accidents and more accidents

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

A 78 year old Merritt woman lost control on a slippery corner on Hwy 97C.

Ashcroft Fall Fair looks at change

Fall Fair president says something has to change in order to bring people back to the Fair.

Entomologist Dr. Bruce Archibald spoke to an audience of about 60 in Ashcroft about the importance of the McAbee Fossil site east of Cache Creek

Fossil talk sheds light on McAbee site’s importance

Audience learns how the site's 53 million year old fossils can help science determine where the planet is heading.

Entomologist Dr. Bruce Archibald spoke to an audience of about 60 in Ashcroft about the importance of the McAbee Fossil site east of Cache Creek

Ashcroft adopts new Strategic Plan

The Village of Ashcroft's new strategic plan outlines time frames for projects between 2015-2018.

Seasonal music to soothe and excite

A roundup of music, theatre and art events in the local area.

MV turns back to landfills for now

Metro Vancouver's incinerator comments give Cache Creek cause for guarded optimism.