Local News

Wellness clinics provide free, drop-in health information

New service in Clinton helps patients manage their health care and stay out of hospital

Bonaparte River fishway, Thompson steelhead among projects awarded grant funding

More than $9 million will help 170 fish and wildlife projects around B.C.

Cache Creek landfill extension set for September completion

Project has been delayed due to wildfires and floods over past two years

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

Comings and Goings On in Spences Bridge

Take a break from gardening for some local events, and get ready for Desert Daze

  • May 23, 2019

From the Archives: A 1944 article appeals for a fireless B.C.

Plus new housing for Cache Creek in 1994, and a 1919 article makes a case for caribou meat

  • May 23, 2019

The Rundown: Clinton News

There are markets and yard sales aplenty; plus reserve your spot in the Community Garden, and more

Soccer Report

Reflections as the soccer season reaches the halfway point

  • May 23, 2019

Lions, Royal Purple, Rec Committee donate AED to Cache Creek

AED will be used in the Community Hall’s downstairs fitness room

  • May 23, 2019

Closures for Ashcroft Hospital over long weekend

Hospital will be closed for two shifts from May 18-20

Soccer report: Invitational tournament a success

Players switch from league play to tournament to league play again as season warms up

  • May 16, 2019

Cache Creek council proposes 10% property tax increase, pool closure

Pool scheduled to close after 2019 season unless a funding source can be found

NHL star Eric Brewer to return to Ashcroft for public event

Olympic gold medallist and former Ashcroft resident comes back to his roots

Tis the season for student jobseeking, so beware employment scams

Students looking for summer jobs need to do their homework

  • May 16, 2019

Ashcroft Early Learning Program helps children learn and grow

Program will be entering its 15th year when the new school year starts in September

The Rundown: Clinton News

Community Forest pays big dividends to Village, other Clinton organizations

Work to begin on restoration of historic Cariboo Wagon Road

Lengthy section between Clinton and Lac La Hache subject of first restoration phase

Measles immunization catch-up program reaches out to students, parents

Phase one involves ensuring students are up-to-date with vaccinations

Local News Briefs: Free waste disposal day coming up

Plus free workshops, a library open house, jam night, Skip’s Run, and more

Kamloops SPCA celebrates Mother’s Day with a special cat

Sydney and her six kittens — three of them adopted — are now looking for forever homes

  • May 16, 2019

Stay safe on BC’s highways this Victoria Day long weekend

Who’s more worried about speeding: drivers or passengers? A survey finds the answer