Clinton

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Rockin’ and Talkin’ With the Clinton Seniors’ Association

Get set for Christmas with a fun and festive holiday quiz

  • Dec 1, 2021

 

The Village of Ashcroft supporting Plaid Friday during the Santa Parade in Ashcroft in December 2019. This year’s Plaid Friday event on Nov. 26 in both Clinton and Ashcroft gives people a chance to shop locally, support local businesses, and receive a gift as a thank you. (Photo credit: Christopher Roden)

Support local shops in Clinton and Ashcroft on Plaid Friday

Shop locally and be eligible to receive gifts as a thank you for supporting our small businesses

 

Residents at Clinton Creek Estates finish up their lunch in the brand new dining room. (Melissa Smalley photo - 100 Mile Free Press)

Clinton Creek Estates welcoming residents

After more than a decade of work, the doors are open at new seniors’ residence

 

A festive piece created by quilters in Clinton. (Photo credit: Jo Gosset)

Clinton quilting group welcomes anyone who wants to get crafty

Drop-in group meets every Monday and invites new members to come on by

A festive piece created by quilters in Clinton. (Photo credit: Jo Gosset)
Clinton village office, 2014. Photo credit: Journal files

Clinton ambulance station changes called ‘significant improvement’

Council heard from president of Ambulance Paramedics of BC at recent meeting

Clinton village office, 2014. Photo credit: Journal files
Members of the Ashcroft and District Lions Club present a cheque to Better at Home program coordinator Nancy Kendall in July 2020. The program — which has recently expanded to Clinton — is funded through the United Way, but the Lions club has been a longtime supporter. (standing, from l) Darlene Daly; Patty McKenzie; Vivian Edwards; Ernie Kitsoff; George Stringer; Nick Lebedoff. (kneeling) Nancy Kendall (l) and Sue Peters. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)

Better at Home program has expanded service to Clinton

Light housekeeping service now available for eligible seniors in the community

Members of the Ashcroft and District Lions Club present a cheque to Better at Home program coordinator Nancy Kendall in July 2020. The program — which has recently expanded to Clinton — is funded through the United Way, but the Lions club has been a longtime supporter. (standing, from l) Darlene Daly; Patty McKenzie; Vivian Edwards; Ernie Kitsoff; George Stringer; Nick Lebedoff. (kneeling) Nancy Kendall (l) and Sue Peters. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden)
Clinton Seniors' Centre sign, 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Roden

Rockin’ and Talkin’ With the Clinton Seniors’ Association

Travel light and try not to gather too much is a good rule to live by

  • Nov 11, 2021
Clinton Seniors' Centre sign, 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Roden
Madeleine Haynes. (Photo submitted)

Rental homes scarce in Clinton area

Lack of rentals becoming a full-on housing crisis

Madeleine Haynes. (Photo submitted)
Jasmine Francis, 8, with her siblings, six-week-old Remington and Serenity, 5, pose with the drums and blankets they were gifted by the Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc band. (Submitted photo)

Clinton sisters honoured for fundraiser

Members of the Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc presented the girls with blankets and drums

Jasmine Francis, 8, with her siblings, six-week-old Remington and Serenity, 5, pose with the drums and blankets they were gifted by the Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc band. (Submitted photo)
Clinton museum is looking to bolster its exhibits with an oral recording of the village’s early years. (Submitted).

Clinton Museum ready to start recording oral history of the town

Seniors and Elders with stories to tell about Clinton are being asked to tell their tales

Clinton museum is looking to bolster its exhibits with an oral recording of the village’s early years. (Submitted).
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TNRD considers vaccine mandate for staff, volunteers

Directors question whether they would also be included in the proposed mandate

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The Clinton Fire Department is seeking more volunteer members. (Photo credit: Submitted)

Village safety a priority for Clinton firefighters this summer

Clinton Volunteer Fire Department offered assistance fighting wildfires but stayed close to home

The Clinton Fire Department is seeking more volunteer members. (Photo credit: Submitted)
Fog advisory in effect for Highway 97. (DriveBC)

Fog advisory in effect for Highway 97

Drivers warned of limited visibility from Clinton to 100 Mile House

Fog advisory in effect for Highway 97. (DriveBC)
Richard Wright, Cariboo Waggon Road Restoration Project lead, holds the remains of a narrow wagon wheel circa 1920, found on the Stanley-Barkerville section of the Cariboo Waggon Road. (Submitted photo)

Barkerville Gold Mine donates $50,000 to historic road restoration

Funds will go toward 15-kilometre stretch of the road between Stanley and Barkerville

Richard Wright, Cariboo Waggon Road Restoration Project lead, holds the remains of a narrow wagon wheel circa 1920, found on the Stanley-Barkerville section of the Cariboo Waggon Road. (Submitted photo)
BC Wildfire Service is planning a prescribed burn in the Big Bar area near Clinton this week. (File photo).

Prescribed burn planned for Big Bar area

BC Wildfire Service said burning may start as early as Wednesday, Oct. 20

  • Oct 18, 2021
BC Wildfire Service is planning a prescribed burn in the Big Bar area near Clinton this week. (File photo).
Clinton museum is looking to bolster its exhibits with an oral recording of the village’s early years. (Submitted).

Clinton Museum seeks to record oral history

Community members sought to share their stories

Clinton museum is looking to bolster its exhibits with an oral recording of the village’s early years. (Submitted).
Ashcroft’s Drylands Arena is open for the season, with public skating and Sticks and Pucks. (Photo credit: Village of Ashcroft)

BC Hydro plans eight-hour power outage in Ashcroft on Oct. 17

Plus kids’ programs at the HUB, public skating returns to Drylands Arena, and more

Ashcroft’s Drylands Arena is open for the season, with public skating and Sticks and Pucks. (Photo credit: Village of Ashcroft)
Clinton Seniors' Centre sign, 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Roden

Clinton seniors planning annual marketplace for November 6

Rockin’ and Talkin’ With the Clinton Seniors’ Association

  • Oct 7, 2021
Clinton Seniors' Centre sign, 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Roden
It's important to secure garbage and other bear attractants at this time of year. (file photo)

Bear make the rounds in Clinton

Lock up garbage and other attractants

It's important to secure garbage and other bear attractants at this time of year. (file photo)
SMAC spokesperson Kathleen Judd takes a look through some of the DVDs on sale in the thrift store. (Photo credit: Melissa Smalley/100 Mile Free Press)

70 Mile Access Centre a favourite haunt of treasure-hunters

Centre also offers support services and assistance for those in need

SMAC spokesperson Kathleen Judd takes a look through some of the DVDs on sale in the thrift store. (Photo credit: Melissa Smalley/100 Mile Free Press)