Local News

‘It’s time to change’: Young people lead Ashcroft climate strike

‘Our children are very passionate. The climate has changed… they are facing a future without hope’

Golden Country: The Mad Trapper part 5

The mystery of Albert Johnson endures to this day

Comings and Goings On in Spences Bridge

All are invited to a community open house barbecue on Oct. 7

  • Oct 1, 2019
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Marxist-Leninist candidate announced for Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon

Elaine Wismer will be running in the federal election this month

Three mosaics will be revealed during Japanese Canadian Mosaics Unveiling Celebration

The celebration begins at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Ashcroft Public Library

Smile Cookie sales will help local student purchase new hearing aids

‘Last year we raised just over $3,000. This year we’ve raised considerably more’

Ashcroft Seniors bring home the gold

16 local participants competed in the 2019 55+ BC Games in Kelowna this September

The Rundown: Clinton News

Clinton wins 5 Blooms for first time at 16th Annual Provincial Awards

MLA Jackie Tegart says we need to pay more attention to steelhead

‘We can’t afford to lose this iconic species,’ said Tegart during Steelhead Caucus tour

Stronger together: first responders mosaic helps Ashcroft and Cache-Creek heal through art

Two communities united on Sept. 22 for the unveiling of a mosaic that commemorates their first responders

Northern loggers help drive home forest industry job loss with Rally to Vancouver

Cariboo convoy will join truck rally in Merritt Wednesday morning

Liberal candidate says he was ‘dismayed’ by re-appearance of ads with Abbotsford cop photo

Advertisements prompted discussion between police chief and Liberal candidate Jati Sidhu

‘We’re all getting hit hard’: Cariboo loggers to join truck rally and protest job losses

“I’m going to be a part of it and very proud to be” — Tracy Ilnicki

Abbotsford police chief speaking to Liberal candidate after second ad appears featuring photo of officer

Jati Sidhu had said an ad with the same photo posted last Friday was ‘not appropriate’

Local Liberal MP Jati Sidhu says he forgives Trudeau for brownface photos

Sidhu says Trudeau ‘didn’t know any better’ and that photos will prompt discussion

Local Liberal candidate says ad showing him with Abbotsford police officer was ‘not acceptable’

Jati Sidhu said advertisement only appeared for 30 minutes and was created by Montreal company

Washington, California, and Oregon states poised to move to permanent Daylight Savings Time

A recent survey of more than 220,000 British Columbians shows we’re in favour too

The Mad Trapper part 4: The quest to identify Albert Johnson begins

To this day, the identity of the ‘mad trapper’ has not been established, but he certainly was not mad

Handbell choir looking for new members to learn an old art form

Desert Bells Handbell Choir one of the few four-octave choirs in the province

The Rundown: Clinton News

First Fall Fun Fest a big success