Local News

B.C. cougar kitten rescued after mother struck by vehicle

Conservation Officers find home for young kitten found dehydrated and frostbitten near Williams Lake

NDIT ‘State of the North’ report highlights importance of small businesses

Median wages in Cariboo-Chilcotin/Lillooet lower than elsewhere, but housing relatively affordable.

Local News Briefs: Cars on Ice returns to Barnes Lake

Plus the CRA scam has resurfaced, games night returns to UniTea, Holiday Train success, and more.

Family Literacy Week is coming: What’s on Your Plate?

A variety of activities will be taking place in Ashcroft, Cache Creek, and Spences Bridge.

  • Jan 16th, 2018

TNRD Library System news: Lots going on at local libraries

Story time, RRSP workshops, book clubs, puzzles, crafting, and more: it’s happening in our libraries.

The Rundown: Clinton news

Howie the pig goes hog wild, an Ol’ Fashioned Hall Party, council news, and more.

  • Jan 16th, 2018
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

Art Exposed Exhibition in Kamloops gives local artists a chance to shine

A special #BCStrong prize is being offered this year to acknowledge last year’s wildfires.

Avalanche risk is high throughout many areas of the province

Know before you go into the back country, and be prepared.

South Cariboo Kinsmen donate to local fire departments

Ashcroft and Cache Creek fire departments each receive $1,100 from Kinsmen annual Turkey Bingo.

Lytton RCMP police files: Dog stabbed in Spences Bridge

Staff help out during a break-in at the Tl’kemtsin Health Centre, and more.

  • Jan 16th, 2018

Plenty of fish? Dating services top BBB’s list of complaints in 2017

Loan companies drop off the list, but online retailers make the cut for the first time.

‘Quite a few tears’ as quilts distributed to those affected by last summer’s fire

Local quilters leapt into action to provide quilts for Ashcroft Reserve and Boston Flats residents.

Gold Rush Trail mural unveiled in Vancouver

The mural, located at the Vancouver Convention Centre, highlights the attractions of the Trail.

  • Jan 9th, 2018

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.

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.

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.

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

All drivers need to be truck aware on the province’s highways

The majority of fatal car-truck crashes are caused by passenger vehicle drivers.

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.

Road assessments to determine driver safety will be enhanced in 2018

Computer-based assessments will be eliminated, and drivers can use their own cars for the test.