Local News

Cattle grazing initiative hopes to help curb wildfires

Grazing livestock can help manage fine fuels and reduce wildfire risks

  • May 28, 2019

MP visits northern communities to meet with councils, stakeholders

MP confident that municipalities are in good hands

  • May 28, 2019

Shout-out to all the soccer referees

Without the dedication of volunteer refs, the games couldn’t be played

  • May 28, 2019
What the Duke of Ed Youth are all about
Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient Isabella Gonzalez-Kaminski
Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient Jennifer Lee
Duke of Edinburgh Awards 2019

BC Parks adds nearly 600 reservable sites at parks and recreation sites

New sites are at areas with the highest campsite demands

Do you have a move in your future? Keep your belongings and bank account safe

Moving house is a tense time, so don’t let scammers make things worse

  • May 28, 2019

Local News Briefs: Fun fair festivities are coming up

Plus society AGMs, the sea cadets ceremonial review, furr-ever friends, and more

Legion Ladies celebrate long service

Four members honoured at recent lunch

  • May 28, 2019

Local students benefit from Interior Savings bursary program

Program has distributed $30,000 to local students since 2014

Interior Health trying to recruit nursing staff for Ashcroft hospital

Lack of nurses — not physicians — behind recent spate of unexpected closures at site

Soccer float wins second place in youth category at Clinton May Ball Parade

Lytton players also participated in Victoria May Days, with friendly game against parents

  • May 28, 2019

From the Centre: Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors

The annual Strawberry Tea is coming soon to the Seniors’ Centre

  • May 28, 2019

Ashcroft Museum receives original Gold Rush Trail sign

Ten of the iconic signs being given to museums, historic sites along the Gold Rush Trail

The Rundown: Clinton News

The David Stoddart School in Clinton plans to beautify their yard with a tree planting project

Local libraries offer much more than just books

A free family pass to the BC Wildlife Park just one of many items on offer

Burns Lake man found guilty of second-degree murder

Judge says murder is the only rational conclusion on the whole of the evidence

Ashcroft Communties in Bloom makes a difference

May is the busiest month for the CiB volunteers, with a number of projects on the go

  • May 23, 2019

Local New Briefs: Celebrate our museums

The Ashcroft Museum is receiving a special donation, plus outstanding seniors, a paint-out, and more

Drag races set to return for Graffiti Days weekend

Annual event features old favourites like the smoke show, and new events like a drive-in movie