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Cache Creek hit hard by COVID-19

Cache Creek is seeing higher-than-usual numbers of tax deferrals this year as a result of COVID-19.

Province to start ‘rehabilitating’ old forestry roads

The rehabilitation work includes a combined 200 kilometres of road.

Cardboardonians came, saw, failed to conquer in brazen attack

Stalwart young defenders defeated the invaders, saved the town

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Berlin zoo pandas celebrate their first birthday
Miss Canada 2020
Amateur Photographer of the Year 2020
British Columbia's provincial health officer offers some words of encouragement to the grads of 2020

Being on pharmacy front line meant ‘More hoops to jump through’

Jon Wiesendahl says having to ration some medications was hard

Longtime Safety Mart employee says he’s never seen anything like it

Tyrone Laskey says of unprecedented year ‘I always smiled, like I’ve always done’

‘That’s what community is all about’ says longtime volunteer

Esther Lang has been picking up and delivering groceries, medications for people during COVID-19

Ashcroft Terminal sponsors Soup’s On, helps out with weekly lunch

Volunteers handed out fruit, cookies, and lunch vouchers to customers

Readers came through with nominations for Hometown Heroes

Saluting the unsung heroes who go above and beyond to help their communities

Book a personal event at Kamloops theatre for big screen fun

Paramount Theatre offering opportunity to rent venue for your own film or gaming event

Keep yourself and others safe on the road during Labour Day driving

Despite a slowdown in visitors, traffic will still be heavy on the province’s highways

Manitoba man has some explaining to do after Lytton gas and dash

Plus two fires, excessive speed, an unusual weapon, and more from the Lytton RCMP

  • Aug 26, 2020

All SD74 students set for full-time school return on Sept. 14

District’s reopening plan has been approved by the Ministry of Education

Grants help Equality Project improve services for members

Cache Creek clubhouse has now reopened after weathering double whammy this spring

‘Nervewracking’: Staff talk about stress of first B.C. school to start this year

Stein Valley Nlakapamux School has been in session for four weeks,

Krush Dance company members win big at Burnaby competition

Gabby Kinvig and Avarey Bolduc danced their hearts out and saw great results

  • Aug 20, 2020

Changes in store for this year’s back to school shopping trips

Pandemic rules and changes make preparing in advance essential

Ashcroft RCMP target suspicious vehicles and speedy drivers

Ashcroft RCMP Cops’ Corner

  • Aug 19, 2020

Clinton receives funding to update, expand historic walking tour

Providing an online version of the map is one option being discussed

Cover crops are unsung heroes when it comes to weed prevention

Get planting now to establish cover crops to protect and enrich your garden over the winter

  • Aug 19, 2020