Ken Alexander

Be bear aware as bruins fatten up for winter

Bears are still about, so don’t attract them to your property

Ashcroft 4-H Club membership bucking declining membership trend

Ashcroft, Cache Creek and 16 Mile members bolstered by young Cloverbuds

Regional Chamber of Commerce concept getting support

Process starting with communication, group building, and strategic planning

Ashcroft Health Care Auxiliary very active in community

Auxiliary members raise money and donate locally, provincially, and to students

Ashcroft Legion hosting a children’s Christmas party

Fundraising has been successful; the next step is to get children signed up.

Ashcroft councillors-elect excited about being elected

Council newcomers bring different skill sets and some bright new ideas

Barbara Roden first woman elected as mayor in Ashcroft

Honoured by voters’ trust and looking forward to taking Village to next level

Ashcroft has a new mayor

Barbara Roden has been elected to sit in the top chair

EDITORIAL: Halloween is coming, so be scared, but be safe

Parents and motorists have a huge responsibility on Halloween night

Local News Briefs: Lots happening at the HUB

Plus a haunted house, a moonlight drive-in movie, Bridging to Literacy, and more.

Smile Cookie Campaign a huge success for Tim Hortons and AVFD

Two anonymous donations had local firefighters and staff busy making cookies

Community Resiliency Barbecue well-attended and opens some eyes

Equality Project provides services for people with financial, social, and spiritual needs

More than 1,500 hunters, anglers stopped in local game check

Cache Creek roadside stop more about warnings and education than fines

EDITORIAL: Communication is key to survival

The civic election is well underway with just over two weeks left…

Cache Creek All-candidates Forum draws a good crowd

Councillor and mayoralty candidates well prepared, provided good answers

EDITORIAL: Thank you for supporting Canada’s newspapers

Community newspapers chronicle lives of friend and neighbours

New organizer found for Ashcroft’s Terry Fox Run

Ashcrofts 34th annual event raised $3,449.50 to add to previous $59,000 for cancer research

There will be elections in The Journal readership area

After a very slow start, candidate nomination papers flooded into Village offices

West Fraser monitoring Northern B.C. forest health – including spruce beetle

“We are delivering 200,000 to 400,000 cubic metres of timber per year from open market sources”

Current spruce beetle outbreak in Omineca region not unusual

Spruce ecosystems diversified and significantly different than lodgepole pine ecosystems