An ongoing struggle with poverty

Summerland woman relies on regular support from food bank

New members help keep Ashcroft and District Lions Club in good shape

Other Lions clubs are having to close because of aging membership and lack of new members.

Local Indigenous model gets opportunity to be on the runway in major Australian fashion show

Jada Raphael of the Cook’s Ferry Band will represent the Nlakapamux and Secwepemc Nations.

Please don’t feed the deer: you’ll do more harm than good

Plus the possibility of wolves in Ashcroft, why we feed the birds, and why you don’t want raccoons.

Local News Briefs: Night Market and Swap and Shop coming to the HUB in February

Plus Experience Gold Country, why not to turn on house lights while driving, and more.

Golden Country: Yale goes from deserted Hudson’s Bay Company post to boom town

When gold fever prompted thousands of miners north, Yale found itself at the eye of the storm.

Just curious: The Langley Advance puts questions about Christmas to youngsters
A very Canadian winter moment
Snow Day in British Columbia
AbbyFest highlights local talent and community-minded business

Handbell choir adds another octave to its range

The Desert Bells Handbell Choir has recently taken delivery of a new octave of bells.

Loon Lake firefighters honoured

All of the Loon Lake firefighters, and their liaison person, were named Citizens of the Year.

  • Jan 9th, 2018

The Rundown: Clinton News

Want to know what CADOSA is and what they do? Check out their new Facebook page.

  • Jan 9th, 2018

Ashcroft police files: Homelessness is a concern, not a crime

Plus police are trying to track down a suspect who vandalized the ATM at the Cache Creek RBC.

  • Jan 9th, 2018

Ashcroft food bank saw an unprecedented demand last summer

Food bank levels are back to normal; but clients are now seeking emotional support after the fires.

Business ambassadors available to help businesses find, get support

New program will help businesses and non-profits find, and apply for, assistance after wildfires.

2017’s disasters were a birthday party we didn’t need, says TNRD director

Steve Rice talks about recent challenges and triumphs, and looks ahead to 2018.

Bonaparte Band chief looking to develop tourism, do more remediation of the land

Ryan Day says the Band is working with neighbouring communities to increase opportunities.

Local News Briefs: Community Futures recognizes Volunteer of the Year

Plus a chance to have a say in hunting regulations, cuts to MSP premiums, and more.

Lytton police files: Still no break on break-and-enter at Kumsheen Secondary

Plus a happy holidays story, and a winter driving warning.

  • Jan 2nd, 2018

Marketing identified as key concern by local businesses impacted by wildfires

Data supplied by businesses will assist in recovery efforts.

Teddy bears for a good cause

The annual ‘Share-a-Bear’ campaign provided stuffies to the Ashcroft Hospital and ambulance station.

Krush Dance recital captivates enthusiastic audience

Close to 100 dancers took part in the fall recital.

The Rundown: Clinton News

Christmas stockings bring joy to many, thanks to residents and Integris Credit Union.

  • Jan 2nd, 2018