Local News

NDIT offers consulting rebates for businesses impacted by mill closures

Small- and medium-sized businesses can offset the cost of hiring a consultant to assist them

Don’t flush them: dispose of old drugs to keep everyone safe

Get rid of old or out-of-date medications safely

The Rundown: Clinton News

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

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Shelter Point Distillery
Shelter Point Distillery
Scheer flips flapjacks, appeals for votes on Calgary Stampede circuit
What the Duke of Ed Youth are all about

Fires on Highway 1, CN mainline keep Ashcroft firefighters busy

Two vehicle fires and a rail fire sparked within an 11-day span

Highway 1 near Ashcroft has reopened following vehicle fire

Drivers should expect delays in the area of Cornwall Road

Lytton RCMP files: What is a boat doing up a mountain?

Are you missing a boat? Lytton RCMP might be able to help

  • Aug 6, 2019

Party like it’s 1925 at the Clinton Museum

There’ll be plenty of entertainment and fun at a 1920s speakeasy event at the museum

  • Aug 6, 2019

Public input sought on Interior forest sector

Government will be holding meetings and seeking online submissions to inform the way forward

Build your own bridge at Ashcroft Museum open house

Learn the history of Ashcroft’s bridges, and build your own, at by-donation event

TNRD has new tool to help protect against wildfires

Custom-built Structural Protection Unit can be deployed throughout the region

Kids’ Corner: A different type of farm

Chickens are put to work at Monkey in the Garden

  • Aug 6, 2019

Local News Briefs: The Sage Sound Singers choir is looking for new members

Plus an Outlaw Country concert, piano lessons, a Rawkn’ Art Camp, an invasive plant, and more

New, higher standards going into force for B.C.’s highways in winter

Contractors will need to act faster and do more patrols when winter storms hit

COPD clinic allows people to breathe easier

Community paramedics were on hand to help people manage their respiratory illnesses

Golden Country: A man of mystery arrives in the Arctic

A current manhunt in Canada’s north has parallels with a case from almost 90 years ago

Pedestrian struck, injured while crossing highway at 70 Mile

Victim is in hospital in serious but stable condition

21 Northern B.C. mayors urge Ottawa to help struggling forest industry

Letter aims to seek assistance through federal programs to deal with the crisis

Drag race organizer says council’s requests have been met

Second drag race event scheduled at Campbell Hill in late August

Rockin’ and Talkin’ with the Clinton Seniors’ Association

July showers didn’t dampen the spirits at the annual yard sale

  • Jul 30, 2019