Local News

Classes resume at UNBC as strike action stops

The union has filed a bad faith bargaining complaint against university

Cathy McLeod named Shadow Minister for Natural Resources

“More than 4,000 people across 27 communities in B.C. are at this moment, out of work”

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Clinical trial to evaluate COVID-19 drug treatment
Sea lion resists help back home from rural road
Wet'suwet'en supporters defy injunction and return to B.C. legislature
B.C. records 981 overdose deaths last year, down 36 per cent from 2018

Lytton RCMP police files: Scam alert

Beware of ‘BC Hydro’ phone scam doing the rounds in the region

  • Nov 28, 2019

Local News Briefs: Christmas is in the air

There are a lot of holiday treats coming up, including a big-screen showing of a classic film

Black Friday, Cyber Monday bargains might have hidden costs

Read the fine print, do your homework, and watch out for ‘too good to be true’ deals

  • Nov 28, 2019

Too many B.C. parents leaving free money on the table

Opening an RESP is free, and the B.C. government will provide a no-strings grant of $1,200

Don’t be in the dark if the power goes out

Be prepared for severe winter storms and the possible loss of power

Clinton Museum taking part in Christmas Madness shopping on Nov. 29

Stop by the museum to pick up a few goodies

  • Nov 28, 2019

Comings and Goings On in Spences Bridge: Christmastime is here

Spences Bridge gears up for the season with several Christmas activities

  • Nov 28, 2019

The Rundown: Clinton News

Midnight Madness shopping returns to Clinton on Plaid Friday

  • Nov 28, 2019

Shop local this Christmas to get one-of-a-kind gifts for all on your list

Shopping local helps keep money and jobs in our communities

  • Nov 28, 2019

Photographer finds inspiration in post-wildfire landscape

Nicole Johnston was impressed by the resiliency of people and nature after 2017’s wildfires

Covering up your licence plates could net a hefty fine

The only thing between your plates and other traffic should be fresh air

Tribute paid to former Cache Creek mayor before recent council meeting

John Ranta honoured for nearly three decades of service to the community

Judge reserves sentencing decision in former northern B.C. mayor sex assault case

The Crown is seeking four to six years federal time; the defence wants 18 months in provincial jail

Environment Canada issues alert for ‘cold and blustery weather’ this week

Temperatures in the -15 C to -25 C range expected through to the end of the week

Former Cache Creek mayor John Ranta to be honoured for years of service

All are invited to public open house at Cache Creek Village Office on Nov. 25

Three Ashcroft RCMP constables receive Award of Valour

Highest award for a B.C. police officer given for heroic actions during 2018 mudslides

New Ashcroft Community Forum format well-received

‘I think it was by far the best way they’ve ever done it’

  • Nov 19, 2019