Wendy Coomber

HUB is bustling with local activity

The Ashcroft HUB is starting to fill up with user groups. The Society says there's still more room.

A ROW OF COTTONWOODS form a silent wall in the Cache Creek park.

Driving in circles over lack of parking

Birds do it. Jet planes do it, sometimes. Going in endless circles trying to find a place to park it in the city.

A ROW OF COTTONWOODS form a silent wall in the Cache Creek park.

CiB pushes for an Ashcroft urban forestry plan

Ashcroft Communities in Bloom says the Village needs a plan to manage its trees properly.

New doctors will be at Nov. 25 meeting

The public is invited to meet its two new doctors and to hear about efforts being made to improve health care in the local area.

TNRD forms advisory body for agriculture

TNRD directors agree to form an Agricultural Advisory Commission.

The Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

Remembrance Day in Ashcroft

Clear skies and mild temperatures made for pleasant Remembrance Day services in Ashcroft.

The Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

Every year is a good year at the Ashcroft Museum

Visitor numbers may have been down slightly this year, but you don't need big numbers to have fun at the Museum.

Ashcroft’s Remembrance Day services

In remembrance

Ashcroft, Cache Creek and area residents turned out to observe the annual Remembrance Day services at the Cenotaph in Ashcroft.

Ashcroft’s Remembrance Day services

Police Report – dog bites and indecent acts

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

Ashcroft adopts controversial bylaws

Ashcroft Council gives final readings to the utility bylaws that reduce the Seniors Discount from 25 per cent to 10.

Customers browse the tables of baking

Cache Creek Market moves indoors until Spring

The Cache Creek Market is now known as the Indoor Market until May when it moves back to it's usual spot at the main intersection.

Customers browse the tables of baking

School board says no to name change

Gold Trail trustees say no to school name change requests.

Observing the Day of Remembrance

Memory plays a large part in who we are; Remembrance Day plays a large part in what our country is.

Water conservation on Ashcroft agenda

Town Council introduces bylaw to outline new rules and penalties for water conservation.

Police Report – icy roads and deer hazards

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Bus to Lillooet clinic working

Seven people used the community bus last week to get to doctors' appointments in Lillooet.

Golf course gets a short reprieve

The Semlin Valley Golf Course is losing members at an alarming rate. The outgoing executive doesn't know if if can keep going.

Toys for Joys is collecting toys for Christmas

The Christmas Hampers collect food to feed the tummy, Toys for Joys collect toys to feed the childlike laughter at Christmas.

Flood relief cheques start to go out

Public donations for Cache Creek flood victims are starting to be sent out.

Williams starts working on a new bowl on his lathe.

Making due with a woodworking obsession

The Ashcroft woodworker says he has enough wood to last until he's 130!

Williams starts working on a new bowl on his lathe.