Clinton

Clinton council has approved a request to allow limited youth sports activity at Reg Conn Park and Elliott Park. (Photo credit: <em>Journal</em> files)

Clinton council okays use of playing fields for youth sports

Clinton Minor Sports Association gets green light for use of Reg Conn and Elliott Parks

 

Janice Maurice, president of the South Cariboo Museum Society, and vice-president Peter Brandle, hope to see the Clinton Museum reopen its doors this spring. (Kelly Sinoski - 100 Mile Free Press).

Clinton Museum anticipated to reopen this year

Society board waiting to hear from province on health orders.

 

The Clinton Annual Ball went ahead in 2020, albeit in a different format and with far fewer guests than usual. (Photo credit: Clinton Annual Ball committee)

Clinton Annual Ball postponed again in 2021, but still carries on

Thanks to some creativity, ball is still the longest continually-held event of its kind in Canada

 

BC Wildfire Service crews will assist the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department with a prescribed burn north of Clinton. (Photo credit: BC Wildfire Service)

Prescribed burn taking place north of Clinton, west of Hwy. 97

Clinton Fire Department and BC Wildfire Service plan to conduct burn before end of month

BC Wildfire Service crews will assist the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department with a prescribed burn north of Clinton. (Photo credit: BC Wildfire Service)
The Clinton May Ball Rodeo has been cancelled for another year due to COVID-19. (Photo credit: Kelly Sinoski/100 Mile Free Press)

Clinton’s May Ball Rodeo hog-tied for a second year due to COVID

A High School Rodeo is planned for Clinton in late May if COVID restrictions allow

The Clinton May Ball Rodeo has been cancelled for another year due to COVID-19. (Photo credit: Kelly Sinoski/100 Mile Free Press)
BC Wildfire Service to conduct prescribed burn near Clinton. (BC Wildfire Service file photo)

Wildfire service to conduct prescribed burn near Clinton

The burn will occur sometime between April 8 and April 30.

  • Apr 7, 2021
BC Wildfire Service to conduct prescribed burn near Clinton. (BC Wildfire Service file photo)
The fitness room at the Village of Clinton office will remain closed until public health orders regarding fitness centres are relaxed. (Photo credit: <em>Journal</em> files)

Clinton fitness room to remain closed for the foreseeable future

Highlights from the Clinton council meeting on March 24

The fitness room at the Village of Clinton office will remain closed until public health orders regarding fitness centres are relaxed. (Photo credit: <em>Journal</em> files)
Time flies image, no date. Photo credit: Pixabay

Rockin’ and Talkin’ with the Clinton Seniors’ Association

Make the most of your time while you have the opportunity

  • Mar 31, 2021
Time flies image, no date. Photo credit: Pixabay
Jennifer Lawrence (r), founder of Bubbles’ Blossom Design, with Monika Wyssen at Valentine’s Day 2021. The business is one of the finalists for a Small Business BC Award. (Photo credit: Kelly Sinoski)

Bloomin’ good: Clinton florist business is awards finalist

Bubbles’ Blossom Design makes it to final five in BC Small Business Awards category

Jennifer Lawrence (r), founder of Bubbles’ Blossom Design, with Monika Wyssen at Valentine’s Day 2021. The business is one of the finalists for a Small Business BC Award. (Photo credit: Kelly Sinoski)
Cache Creek and Clinton are holding a variety of free, fun Easter events and activities for children of all ages. (Photo credit: Pixabay)

Cache Creek and Clinton have Easter activities for everyone

The Easter Bunny himself will be touring Clinton — with a police escort — on April 4

Cache Creek and Clinton are holding a variety of free, fun Easter events and activities for children of all ages. (Photo credit: Pixabay)
Black-eyed Susans are a popular option if you want a splash of yellow in your garden. (Photo credit: Stock image)

Clinton CiB encourages yellow ‘Hope Gardens’ everywhere in 2021

Seedy Sunday event in Clinton on April 11 will have Hope Garden starter kits available

Black-eyed Susans are a popular option if you want a splash of yellow in your garden. (Photo credit: Stock image)
Village of Clinton entrance sign, no date, Journal files

Clinton to move ahead with repaving work on some village roads

Several priorities were identified, including Soues Street, Cariboo Avenue, and Dewdney Avenue

Village of Clinton entrance sign, no date, Journal files
Paige Annett’s Remembrance Day colour poster was sent to the zone competition in Williams Lake. (Photo credit: Submitted)

Clinton students remember veterans in words and posters

Three students see their creations advance to Legion zone competition in Williams Lake

Paige Annett’s Remembrance Day colour poster was sent to the zone competition in Williams Lake. (Photo credit: Submitted)
Susan Wedler holds up some of the favourite westerns at the ClintonLlibrary, which has started offering a Library Home Service for patrons who cannot make it to the branch. (Photo credit: Kelly Sinoski)

Library Home Service now offered through Clinton Library

Pilot project uses volunteers to deliver library materials to those who can’t access the branch

Susan Wedler holds up some of the favourite westerns at the ClintonLlibrary, which has started offering a Library Home Service for patrons who cannot make it to the branch. (Photo credit: Kelly Sinoski)
Clinton Seniors' Centre sign, 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Roden

Rockin’ and Talkin’ with the Clinton Seniors’ Association

Even though the Seniors’ Centre is closed, running it is an ongoing task

  • Mar 9, 2021
Clinton Seniors' Centre sign, 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Roden
A member of the Robertson family is looking to make repairs to the picture frame at Robertson Square (between ‘doors’ at right) and find a better photograph to display there. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Picture perfect: change proposed for Clinton’s Robertson Square

Council looking at ways to facilitate finding a new photograph for display

A member of the Robertson family is looking to make repairs to the picture frame at Robertson Square (between ‘doors’ at right) and find a better photograph to display there. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
The new seniors’ living facility in Clinton — pictured here in December 2020 — will help some of the community’s housing needs, but more rental units are badly needed in the village, according to a recent report. (Photo credit: Daniela Dyck)

Clinton housing needs assessment highlights rental challenges

Clinton in ‘relatively advantageous’ situation but conditions are worsening for renters

The new seniors’ living facility in Clinton — pictured here in December 2020 — will help some of the community’s housing needs, but more rental units are badly needed in the village, according to a recent report. (Photo credit: Daniela Dyck)
Luna was missing for 17 days before she was found Tuesday. (Photo submitted).
Luna was missing for 17 days before she was found Tuesday. (Photo submitted).
An overlay showing the proposed site of a new Clinton public works yard at Elliott Park. The baseball diamond is at far left, centre; Elliott Park Way is at right, with Kelly Lake Road (not shown) at the top (north) of the picture. (Photo credit: Village of Clinton)

‘Timing is right’ for construction of new Clinton public works facility

Village is borrowing $1.2 million for project that has been in the works for several years

An overlay showing the proposed site of a new Clinton public works yard at Elliott Park. The baseball diamond is at far left, centre; Elliott Park Way is at right, with Kelly Lake Road (not shown) at the top (north) of the picture. (Photo credit: Village of Clinton)
Ewe looking at me? Clinton council will be reviewing the village’s Animal Control Bylaw after a request from a 4-H Club member who is worried that the bylaw’s wording might discourage club members from taking on some animal-related projects. (Photo credit: Pixabay)

Clinton council moves to overhaul its Animal Control Bylaw

Move comes after request from a member of Clinton 4-H Club about a possible issue

Ewe looking at me? Clinton council will be reviewing the village’s Animal Control Bylaw after a request from a 4-H Club member who is worried that the bylaw’s wording might discourage club members from taking on some animal-related projects. (Photo credit: Pixabay)