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The Rundown: Clinton News

The Rundown: Clinton News

Clinton RCMP make some troubling finds at Reg Conn Park over Labour Day weekend

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A Cariboo bride could very well be without her uniform this Labour Day weekend after leaving a wedding dress in a box behind a grocery store in 100 Mile House. File photo.

Runaway dress: Bride’s gown discovered behind 100 Mile House grocery store

RCMP are looking for the rightful owner of a rather important dress

A Cariboo bride could very well be without her uniform this Labour Day weekend after leaving a wedding dress in a box behind a grocery store in 100 Mile House. File photo.
The Pathways to Wellness Task Force has been doing work along Evans Road, and would like to see a dedicated walking path there. Photo: Barbara Roden

Ashcroft council meeting highlights: new pathway wanted, museum grant, and more

Pathways to Wellness Task Force looks at the construction of a community pathway in Ashcroft

The Pathways to Wellness Task Force has been doing work along Evans Road, and would like to see a dedicated walking path there. Photo: Barbara Roden
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The Rundown: Clinton News

Love Clinton program looks for businesses to join in

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Harper (left) and Hazel Lawrence and their iced tea stand. Photo: Jessica Lawrence

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Clinton’s first ever Fall Fun Fest is shaping up to be a fun-filled, action-packed day

Harper (left) and Hazel Lawrence and their iced tea stand. Photo: Jessica Lawrence
Fiddler Calvin Vollrath moments before going onstage to perform at the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Vollrath will be performing in Clinton on Oct. 1.

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A speakeasy night, fresh flowers, and a renowned fiddler are all coming to Clinton

Fiddler Calvin Vollrath moments before going onstage to perform at the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Vollrath will be performing in Clinton on Oct. 1.
Following shift reductions at West Fraser’s 100 Mile House location, Brian Balkwill confirmed that it is unlikely for Chasm mill-workers to relocate within the South Cariboo. Raven Nyman photo.

Employee relocation efforts still in the works as Chasm Sawmill approaches September shutdown

West Fraser ‘trying to retain everybody that’s willing to transfer to another division’

Following shift reductions at West Fraser’s 100 Mile House location, Brian Balkwill confirmed that it is unlikely for Chasm mill-workers to relocate within the South Cariboo. Raven Nyman photo.
Clinton mayor Susan Swan charges up a vehicle at the Village’s new fast-charging electric vehicle station on July 26.

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New fast-charging electric vehicle station in Clinton welcomes its first customer

Clinton mayor Susan Swan charges up a vehicle at the Village’s new fast-charging electric vehicle station on July 26.
The closure of West Fraser’s Chasm mill will have a major impact on the region. File photo

Village of Clinton grappling with implications of Chasm mill closure

‘We will get through this’ says Clinton mayor of mill closure

The closure of West Fraser’s Chasm mill will have a major impact on the region. File photo
Retiring Ashcroft CAO Michelle Allen. Photo: Raven Nyman

Ashcroft council meeting comes to an emotional end

July 22 marked last council meeting for retiring CAO Michelle Allen

Retiring Ashcroft CAO Michelle Allen. Photo: Raven Nyman
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The Rundown: Clinton News

Residents invited to have their say regarding Clinton’s economic strategy

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UPDATE: Meadow Lake/ Dog Creek Canoe Creek Road is open to single lane alternating traffic
UPDATE: Meadow Lake/ Dog Creek Canoe Creek Road is open to single lane alternating traffic
Volunteers worked hard to create beds and plant trees in the grounds of David Stoddart School. Photo: Sandi Burrage

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Trees for David Stoddart, a llama on the loose, Loon Lake fundraiser, and more

Volunteers worked hard to create beds and plant trees in the grounds of David Stoddart School. Photo: Sandi Burrage
The Rundown: Clinton News

The Rundown: Clinton News

The CiB judges are coming, so now’s the time for any last-minute work to beautfy your property

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The Rundown: Clinton News

The Rundown: Clinton News

Which area can be the first in Clinton to receive fibre optic service? The race is on!

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Residents can take part in an economic development survey

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West Fraser announces the permanent closure of Chasm sawmill

West Fraser announces the permanent closure of Chasm sawmill

The third shift for the 100 Mile House location will also be eliminated

West Fraser announces the permanent closure of Chasm sawmill
At its meeting on June 11, Ashcroft council passed two motions regarding the annual Canada Day celebration (pictured: some of the participants in the Canada Day 2018 bike parade).

Ashcroft Village Council highlights

Dog park discussion, grant approval, Canada Day celebrations and more

At its meeting on June 11, Ashcroft council passed two motions regarding the annual Canada Day celebration (pictured: some of the participants in the Canada Day 2018 bike parade).
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The Rundown: Clinton News

A Fathers’ Day Fishing Derby, DSS school news, Canada Day celebrations, and more

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The Sabiston Creek Wildfire has grown to an approximate 200 hectares in size. Craig Smith photo.

Sabiston Creek Wildfire “being held” at 202.5 hectares

Changing weather conditions “bode well” for the fire

The Sabiston Creek Wildfire has grown to an approximate 200 hectares in size. Craig Smith photo.