Patrick Davies

Katelyn Ducharme (l) and Jenna Alexander dressed up as western women for the Clinton For Kids dinner and auction on Nov. 19. (Photo credit: Submitted)

Clinton PAC dinner and auction raise $40,000 for local students

After two-year hiatus, event returned with a record-setting bang

Katelyn Ducharme (l) and Jenna Alexander dressed up as western women for the Clinton For Kids dinner and auction on Nov. 19. (Photo credit: Submitted)
(Black Press Media files)

Snow plays havoc on Hwy. 97 south of Clinton and Hwy. 1 east of Cache Creek

Two vehicle incidents have occurred during this evening’s snowfall

(Black Press Media files)
Tricia Thorpe is the new director for TNRD Area I. (Photo credit: Submitted)

Blue Sky Country elects new director for TNRD

The results of the 2022 B.C. municipal elections

Tricia Thorpe is the new director for TNRD Area I. (Photo credit: Submitted)
A vehicle incident has closed one lane of Highway 1 south of Ashcroft. (Drive B.C. photo)

Vehicle incident closes lane on Highway 1

The incident occurred south of Ashcroft and north of Spences Bridge

A vehicle incident has closed one lane of Highway 1 south of Ashcroft. (Drive B.C. photo)
A man was rescued from Sheridan Lake Sunday after falling into the frigid waters and being unable to get out. (Photo submitted)

Man rescued from Sheridan Lake after calling for help

The incident was caught on video by a GoPro

A man was rescued from Sheridan Lake Sunday after falling into the frigid waters and being unable to get out. (Photo submitted)
General election day is Oct. 15, 2022.

Clinton municipal election race heats up

Three candidates are running for mayor and nine are seeking councillor seats

General election day is Oct. 15, 2022.
Clinton is going to have a threeway race for mayor in the 2022 civic elections (File photo)

Clinton municipal election heats up

Three candidates are running for mayor and nine for council

Clinton is going to have a threeway race for mayor in the 2022 civic elections (File photo)
The owner of this property on Third Street brought a dispute about parking in front of the building to Ashcroft council at its Aug. 22 meeting. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Property owner brings parking dispute to Ashcroft council

Owner of former Skip’s Garage building wants no parking in front of property

The owner of this property on Third Street brought a dispute about parking in front of the building to Ashcroft council at its Aug. 22 meeting. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
A sample of the materials Barb Brown used for her latest show at the Showcase Gallery, It’s Practice, Over and Over Again. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

PHOTOS: Canim Lake-based musicians immortalized in sketches

Barb Brown has captured several Canim Lake musicians on paper

A sample of the materials Barb Brown used for her latest show at the Showcase Gallery, It’s Practice, Over and Over Again. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
The playground and park in the Mesa subdivision will be getting a refurbishment following the removal of diseased trees. (Photo credit: Daniela Dyck)

Ashcroft council addresses Mesa Vista Park tree controversy

Diseased trees were removed from the park, which will undergo a renovation

The playground and park in the Mesa subdivision will be getting a refurbishment following the removal of diseased trees. (Photo credit: Daniela Dyck)
David Stoddart School.

‘Power of the people”: Clinton school reverses decision to cut division

Reversal followed outcry from parents at David Stoddart School

David Stoddart School.
In addition to in-person voting, Ashcroft will be allowing residents to vote by mail in this year’s municipal election, taking place on Oct. 15. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Ashcroft to accept mail-in ballots for 2022 municipal election

Residents will also have advance voting opprtunities before election day on Oct. 15

In addition to in-person voting, Ashcroft will be allowing residents to vote by mail in this year’s municipal election, taking place on Oct. 15. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
Peter Van Genne drives his team with the help of his navigator Corben Van Genne at the Huber Farm last Saturday. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

Carriage racers compete in 70 Mile House

The 2022 BS and Drive attracted 18 contestants to 70 Mile House

Peter Van Genne drives his team with the help of his navigator Corben Van Genne at the Huber Farm last Saturday. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
100 Mile RCMP cruiser. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

Man arrested after armed confrontation in 108 Mile Ranch

Police confiscated several firearms in connection with the incident

  • May 26, 2022
100 Mile RCMP cruiser. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
Chief Sheri Sellars of the Soda Creek Bank and Chief Helen Henderson of the Canim Lake Band attend the 2022 NStQ’s Citizen’s Assembly. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

Secwepemc communities seek jurisdiction over children

Jurisdiction a key focus at the 2022 NStQ’s Citizen’s Assembly

  • May 26, 2022
Chief Sheri Sellars of the Soda Creek Bank and Chief Helen Henderson of the Canim Lake Band attend the 2022 NStQ’s Citizen’s Assembly. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
The Village of Ashcroft’s economic development and tourism coordinator Margaret Moreira was honoured that her ‘Experience Ashcroft’ Pocket Guide won a BC Economic Development Association Award. (Photo credit: Maike Mayden)

Experience Ashcroft guide wins economic development award

Pocket guide won top prize in its category at awards presentation in April

The Village of Ashcroft’s economic development and tourism coordinator Margaret Moreira was honoured that her ‘Experience Ashcroft’ Pocket Guide won a BC Economic Development Association Award. (Photo credit: Maike Mayden)
100 Mile Fire Rescue Members clean up the scene after putting out a fire that torched Wendell Smitheram’s van by the South Cariboo Visitor’s Centre on Monday. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

‘Living out of a bag’: B.C. men homeless after van fire destroys worldly possessions

Woman arrested for allegedly lighting the van on fire in 100 Mile House

  • May 5, 2022
100 Mile Fire Rescue Members clean up the scene after putting out a fire that torched Wendell Smitheram’s van by the South Cariboo Visitor’s Centre on Monday. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
Two elderly residents of 212 Blackstock Road are facing eviction on April 1. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

‘They want my unit so now I’m out’: 100 Mile renters no exception to B.C.’s hot housing market

Lack of affordable housing and rental options a rising problem

  • Mar 31, 2022
Two elderly residents of 212 Blackstock Road are facing eviction on April 1. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
Karl Lundsbye and Rowan Hermiston intend to lead the Peace Walk for Ukraine in 100 Mile House this Sunday. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

100 Mile youth hold Peace Walk for Ukraine

Effort led by two South Cariboo pre-teens has raised $800 for Ukrainian Red Cross

Karl Lundsbye and Rowan Hermiston intend to lead the Peace Walk for Ukraine in 100 Mile House this Sunday. (Patrick Davies photo - 100 Mile Free Press)
A forklift operator moves a felled tree trunk near Clinton without any eye, ear, head or hand protection or a grapple securing the log to the forklift. (Photo submitted)

Clinton logging industry immortalized in book

Clinton Logging 1944-2019 is available to be checked out at the Clinton Museum

A forklift operator moves a felled tree trunk near Clinton without any eye, ear, head or hand protection or a grapple securing the log to the forklift. (Photo submitted)