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Club has perfected breakfast on a big scale

Club has perfected breakfast on a big scale

Cooking breakfast for 300 people in less than three hours is a challenge the Ashcroft and District Lions are up to.
Used fire equipment finds a good home

Used fire equipment finds a good home

Out of date fire gear from Clinton will be sent to firefighters in Nicaragua.
B.C. begins its own oil pipeline review

B.C. begins its own oil pipeline review

Trans Mountain twinning faces fresh hurdle after court ruled province could not rely solely on federal NEB review
VIDEO: Wildlife detectors tested on B.C. highway

VIDEO: Wildlife detectors tested on B.C. highway

Radar and thermal imaging cameras pick up elk and deer on roadways, triggering flashing warning signs
Annual Lytton cemetery clean-up is a fun community event

Annual Lytton cemetery clean-up is a fun community event

For 30 years volunteers have been coming together to keep the historic Lytton cemetery tidy.
Forest fire season starts early in north, Cariboo

Forest fire season starts early in north, Cariboo

49 new fires detected on Monday alone, but Forests Minister Steve Thomson says it's too early to tell how wildfire season will go

Warm and dry conditions increase wildfire risk

Property owners are urged to "FireSmart" their residences to protect them for fires this spring and summer.
Caregivers the focus of upcoming workshop

Caregivers the focus of upcoming workshop

A workshop aimed at caregivers looking after those with dementia will offer advice aimed at preventing burn-out.

MS Society looking for rural voices on its board

The Kamloops chapter of the MS Society hopes to get more rural members on its Board of Directors.

Need for new water treatment plant questioned at forum

A community forum in Ashcroft grew heated when the subject of the proposed water treatment plant came up for discussion.