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A friendly young female dog is looking for a forever home.
A Food Bank request, a book signing, a community celebration, craft markets, and more.
A heritage event at the Ashcroft Museum looked at one of Ashcroft’s most prominent early families.
Yarn and Yap, one-on-one tech training sessions, an author reading in Clinton, and more.
A grass fire, a crackdown on speeding, a couple who probably won’t be back in Lytton, and more.
Ryan White used his wish to go fishing with his uncle on the North Coast of B.C.
The rare moment was captured by Jeremy Koreski and former Vancouver Canucks defenceman Willie Mitchell
The incident took place on August 15 at the junctions of Highway 1 and 97C at Boston Flats.
Children can climb before they can walk, and a screen offers no protection.
Relief from smoky skies, Lariat news, shopping and Health Centre news, and much more.
The town’s first fire hall was built before the turn of the 20th century, and others have followed.
Young staff members cooked and served up a storm for appreciateive patrons
‘The biggest little fair in B.C.’ has something for everyone, with new events and old favourites.
Popular B.C.-Alberta event raises more than $116,000 to send kids and adults to Zajac Ranch
Thinning treed areas can make properties less vulnerable to fire and still make money
Pet Safe founder Willow Eyford began evacuating her animals when alert was issued for her property
B.C. creator’s Milkshake Burger makes its debut at the PNE
Clinton’s Yvette May, chair of the provincial CiB, says it’s about more than just flowers.
The hit film Peter Rabbit will be screened in the Ashcroft Pool Park on Monday, August 20.
There are new events lined up this year, as well as old favourites like Chicken Poop Bingo.