Cache Creek

Cache Creek council has voted to get the washrooms in the concession building in the park (in trees at left near picnic tables) repaired. The building has been damaged by flooding in recent years. (Photo credit: David Retzer)

Council votes to repair concession building in Cache Creek park

Washrooms and kitchen have been closed after flood damage to building

 

Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)

Cache Creek council seeks more info on homelessness initiative

Council has questions and concerns around an Equality Project proposal to provide shelter

 

Advance voting has now started in polling places throughout the Fraser-Nicola riding. Photo credit: Barbara Roden

Nomination period for 2022 local elections begins on Aug. 30

Nomination packages will be available in all jurisdictions by Aug. 16

 

A hose reel was stolen from Historic Hat Creek Ranch overnight on Thursday, Aug. 4. (Photo credit: Hat Creek Ranch)
A hose reel was stolen from Historic Hat Creek Ranch overnight on Thursday, Aug. 4. (Photo credit: Hat Creek Ranch)
Damian Couture of the Cache Creek Fire Department (r) gives a demonstration of foam suppressant to members of the 16 Mile Community Society. (Photo credit: Submitted)

Volunteers at 16 Mile help keep community safe from fires

Donations and dedication help residents respond to fires in the area

Damian Couture of the Cache Creek Fire Department (r) gives a demonstration of foam suppressant to members of the 16 Mile Community Society. (Photo credit: Submitted)
Ashcroft hospital emergency closed sign, 2016. Photo credit: Barbara Roden

Ashcroft emergency department closed for weekend of July 15-17

Closure is due to limited physician availability

Ashcroft hospital emergency closed sign, 2016. Photo credit: Barbara Roden
Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)

Cache Creek to hold public meeting to discuss annual report

Consolidated report covers the years 2020 and 2021, and residents are invited to ask questions

Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)
The Cache Creek Thrashers are the regional U13 girls’ champions 2022 after a gold medal win in Enderby. (Photo credit: Softball BC)

Cache Creek U13 girls’ softball team brings home gold medal

The Thrashers defeated Enderby Storm in gold medal match at regional tournament last month

The Cache Creek Thrashers are the regional U13 girls’ champions 2022 after a gold medal win in Enderby. (Photo credit: Softball BC)
The Equality Project is starting a food gleaning and preservation program, to make use of the abundance of fruits and vegetables in the area. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Equality Project starts food gleaning and preservation program

Program will ensure fresh local fruits and vegetables don’t go to waste

The Equality Project is starting a food gleaning and preservation program, to make use of the abundance of fruits and vegetables in the area. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
Meeka Morgan (c) and the Melawmen Collective performing in Lytton on June 30, 2022. (Photo credit: Shelanne Justice Photography)

2 Rivers Remix Indigenous Music Festival coming to Cache Creek

Free three-day festival celebrates contemporary Indigenous music with a stacked line-up

Meeka Morgan (c) and the Melawmen Collective performing in Lytton on June 30, 2022. (Photo credit: Shelanne Justice Photography)
(from l) Cache Creek firefighters Al Wiens, Alana Peters, and Tom Moe all brought home individual medals from the FireFit Championship regional event in Spruce Meadows in June. (Photo credit: Nash Wiens)

Cache Creek firefighters bring home medals from FireFit contest

Three individual participants got medals and team smashed previous best time

(from l) Cache Creek firefighters Al Wiens, Alana Peters, and Tom Moe all brought home individual medals from the FireFit Championship regional event in Spruce Meadows in June. (Photo credit: Nash Wiens)
More than 150 classic and vintage cars took part in this year’s Graffiti Days Show ‘n’ Shine at the Cache Creek Park. (Photo credit: David Retzer)

Many volunteers make Graffiti Days weekend a roaring success

Dozens of volunteers put in thousands of hours to pull off classic car weekend in Cache Creek

More than 150 classic and vintage cars took part in this year’s Graffiti Days Show ‘n’ Shine at the Cache Creek Park. (Photo credit: David Retzer)
Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)

Cache Creek tackling sewage treatment plant deficiencies

‘We are chasing every grant application we can’ says CAO

Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)
Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)

New committee will oversee grants from Cache Creek Community Fund

Nearly $4,000 available to local organizations after first year of fund

Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)
Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)

Cache Creek discusses implementing code of conduct for council

Council members to bring suggestions back for further discussion in October

Cache Creek Village office, date unknown. (Photo credit: Wendy Coomber)
Flooding in Cache Creek park on July 4, 2020. Flooding in recent years has impacted the park, and work last year was hampered by the heat dome, water restrictions, and a BC Wildfire Service fire camp at the site. (Photo credit: Tom Moe)

Cache Creek council discusses park, graffiti, and speeding issues

State of the park a concern after flooding, heat dome, and water restrictions all affected it

Flooding in Cache Creek park on July 4, 2020. Flooding in recent years has impacted the park, and work last year was hampered by the heat dome, water restrictions, and a BC Wildfire Service fire camp at the site. (Photo credit: Tom Moe)
The Cache Creek Thrashers U13 girls’ softball team is all smiles after a win during a tournament at the Chief Scott ballfields on the Ashcroft Reserve on June 11. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Cache Creek Softball Association a big hit with kids and parents

Nearly 100 kids from as far away as Kamloops and 100 Mile taking part

The Cache Creek Thrashers U13 girls’ softball team is all smiles after a win during a tournament at the Chief Scott ballfields on the Ashcroft Reserve on June 11. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
(from l) Cache Creek firefighters Al Wiens, Tom Moe, and Alana Peters will be taking part in the Fire Fit Challenge in Spruce Meadows, Alberta on the weekend of June 17. They’re pictured here at the start of Skip’s Run in Ashcroft on June 5. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Four Cache Creek firefighters heading to FireFit Championships

Firefighters will be competing in gruelling team and individual events

(from l) Cache Creek firefighters Al Wiens, Tom Moe, and Alana Peters will be taking part in the Fire Fit Challenge in Spruce Meadows, Alberta on the weekend of June 17. They’re pictured here at the start of Skip’s Run in Ashcroft on June 5. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
Benjamin Pierro (centre), who took part in this year’s Skip’s Run, was the winner of a bike donated by Lion Nick Lebedoff (r). Also pictured is Benjamin’s dad, Brad. (Photo credit: Kimberly Pierro)

Rainy weather no deterrent for determined participants in Skip’s Run

Nearly 50 people turned out to take part in the 10th annual event on June 5

Benjamin Pierro (centre), who took part in this year’s Skip’s Run, was the winner of a bike donated by Lion Nick Lebedoff (r). Also pictured is Benjamin’s dad, Brad. (Photo credit: Kimberly Pierro)
(from l) 2021 Rotary Citizens of the Year Paulet Rice, Al Stott, Marijke Stott, Michaela Aie, Jacob Aie, and Pat Moyer. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Rotary Club of Ashcroft/Cache Creek recognizes Citizens of the Year

Banquet on June 2 honoured recipients from the past three years

(from l) 2021 Rotary Citizens of the Year Paulet Rice, Al Stott, Marijke Stott, Michaela Aie, Jacob Aie, and Pat Moyer. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)