Rockin’ and Talkin’ with the Clinton Seniors’ Association

With Thanksgiving on the way, it’s a time to think about gratitude

  • Oct 3, 2019

‘It’s time to change’: Young people lead Ashcroft climate strike

‘Our children are very passionate. The climate has changed… they are facing a future without hope’

Kenney speaks on conscience rights
B.C. introduces vaping restrictions to protect youth
Trump: Not watching 'sham' impeachment hearings
Premier Jason Kenney vows to fight for slumping oilpatch, responds to Quebec criticism

Golden Country: The Mad Trapper part 5

The mystery of Albert Johnson endures to this day

Comings and Goings On in Spences Bridge

All are invited to a community open house barbecue on Oct. 7

  • Oct 1, 2019

South Cariboo singer set to share the rhythms of her heart

Professional singer Ingrid Mapson will perform in Ashcroft on Oct. 6

Three mosaics will be revealed during Japanese Canadian Mosaics Unveiling Celebration

The celebration begins at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Ashcroft Public Library

Smile Cookie sales will help local student purchase new hearing aids

‘Last year we raised just over $3,000. This year we’ve raised considerably more’

The Rundown: Clinton News

Clinton wins 5 Blooms for first time at 16th Annual Provincial Awards

Honour Ranch: creating a safe-haven for Canadian military and first-responders

The facility will hold a ceremonial launch on Saturday, Oct. 5 before offering services in 2020

MLA Jackie Tegart says we need to pay more attention to steelhead

‘We can’t afford to lose this iconic species,’ said Tegart during Steelhead Caucus tour

Stronger together: first responders mosaic helps Ashcroft and Cache-Creek heal through art

Two communities united on Sept. 22 for the unveiling of a mosaic that commemorates their first responders

September is Community Foundations Month in B.C.

Initiative aims to educate people about what community foundations do

Handbell choir looking for new members to learn an old art form

Desert Bells Handbell Choir one of the few four-octave choirs in the province

The Rundown: Clinton News

First Fall Fun Fest a big success

Stand-up comedy tour raises money for many good causes

The Human Condition Comedy Tour rolls into Ashcroft as part of a Western Canada swing

New support resource in area for women with disabilities

Pacific Dawn will be holding regular meetings in Ashcroft for women with disabilities

Educate kids on how and when to call 9-1-1 so they stay safe

Now that school is back in session, here’s another lesson kids need to learn

Local News Briefs: Concerts galore on the horizon

Plus markets, a paint night, a variety of courses from TRU, and more

New Stop of Interest sign in Kamloops aims to bring more diversity to program

When plans for new signs were announced in 2016, more diverse places and themes were sought