Local News

Artist donates paintings to help Health Care Auxiliary

Former Ashcroft resident Fred Seher has donated two original paintings to raise funds for the HCA

  • Nov 20, 2018

Know how to recognize the flu, and know what not to do

Nearly one-quarter of people surveyed admit they’d go to work if they had the flu

Gold Country Communities Society provides Random Acts of Kindness

The new program helps businesses and gives participants a chance to win gift certificates.

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Report makes 13 safety recommendations for Broncos crash site
Beams of light honour victims on Polytechnique anniversary
Mulroney fights tears in tribute to Bush
Groceries will cost Canadian families $400 more on average in 2019: report

Protected bighorn sheep killed near Spences Bridge

The sheep are considered a species of concern because of their low population in B.C.

Learn how to Restart a Heart and possibly save a life

Community paramedica teach how to perform CPR and use AEDs

Local News Briefs: Recycling info sessions coming soon

Plus news about the Santa Claus parade, a Christmas sale, giving pests the cold shoulder, and more.

  • Nov 15, 2018

Small electronics hydro usage has gone up significantly

Hydro: ’ B.C.’s addiction to personal electronics has resulted in a 150 per cent increase in electricity’

  • Nov 15, 2018

Local effort helps to eradicate polio worldwide

Ashcroft-Cache Creek Rotary Club raises funds to help make polio a thing of the past

  • Nov 15, 2018

The Rundown: Clinton News

Get your tickets now for the David Stoddart School PAC Dinner and Auction on Nov. 17.

  • Nov 15, 2018

Tips to keep seniors safe on social media

Seniors are the fastest-growing segment of Internet users in Canada

  • Nov 15, 2018

Speed limits reduced on 570km of B.C. highways

Highway 1 from Savona to Tobiano among sections that have seen the speed limit decreased

More free workshops coming up for businesses, not-for-profits

Online and in-person workshops will cover a wide variety of topics

Golden Country: What caused the Hope Slide?

For many years, earthquakes were thought to be the cause. Were they?

Conifex announces a temporary curtailment in operations at Fort St. James mill

Between 180 and 200 people will be affected by the curtailment for at least four weeks

Mounties always get their … fish?

RCMP First Nations had to switch from investigation to river rescue for a stranded sturgeon

  • Nov 7, 2018

New Clinton councillors looking forward to the challenge

Sandi Burrage and Kim McIlravey both have big plans for the Village

Ashcroft Legion gets a makeover

New paint job, fence, and sign part of ongoing renovations at the branch.

Be bear aware as bruins fatten up for winter

Bears are still about, so don’t attract them to your property

Local News Briefs: Rock solid curling club introduces kids to the joy of curling

Plus a free SuperHost workshop, create your own Christmas cards, a change for CBC Radio, and more.