Local News

Solar power array promises energy savings for Ashcroft Band

Solar arrays are now in place on roofs of elders’ residence, band office

Ashcroft RCMP welcome new detachment commander with ties to area

Sgt. Darren Angman looking forward to getting to know community and its issues

Local News Briefs: Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton libraries now open

Plus licensed child care in Cache Creek, free water conservation kits, and more

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

Changes to bus schedule give Cache Creek residents more options

Community bus can now pick-up, drop-off Cache Creek residents at their door

Modern technology hopes to solve 150-year-old mystery in Lytton

Investigation will try to determine memorial site for Chief Cexpe’nthlEm contains his remains

Two people dead in Highway 1 accident south of Ashcroft

Highway 1 has now reopened to single lane, alternating traffic

ATV crash claims life of Cariboo man out checking fences in Big Lake area

Police were called at 1:43 a.m. Friday, July 24 after family finds crash scene

Invasive species work for those affected by mill curtailments

Job placements will help people in Ashcroft, Williams Lake, Salmon Arm

  • Jul 22, 2020

Free waste disposal days at TNRD facilities cancelled for 2020

Household hazardous waste disposal dates will go ahead in four communities this fall

New 60-unit mobile home park planned for Boston Flats property

New site located to the west of former park that was destroyed by fire in 2017

Village of Clinton looks forward to welcoming its new CAO

Murray Daly takes over the position as of Aug. 17

Missing Stop of Interest sign returns, five years after going AWOL

Sign commemorating the B.X. Express Company disappeared in 2015

Local News Briefs: Clinton RCMP warn of scam calls using detachment phone number

Plus a drive-in movie, a wide variety of kids’ summer camps, and more

All that glitters is not gold: an old scam is back in business

‘Fake gold’ con artists are back doing the rounds in the Central Interior

Contest offers prizes for young anglers, even if the fish don’t bite

First 1,000 qualifying entrants eligible to win prizes

Desert Daze Festival virtual concert features old and new faces

Ten acts were filmed at 10 Spences Bridge locations to celebrate 10 years of the festival

Ashcroft Return-It depot taking part in six-month pilot program

Customers no longer have to sort aluminum beverage containers, get full deposit for beer cans

FOI documents offer closer look at cause of Elephant Hill wildfire

Conditions were right for ignition from a cigarette

Gone fishing: more British Columbians are taking up angling

Freshwater fish licence sales are up amongst B.C. residents, particularly young adults