Barbara Roden

Cache Creek council makes decision to close pool for 2020 season

Effects of COVID-19 pandemic and delinquent taxes two factors in decision

COVID-19 info: Yard waste accepted at TNRD Transfer Stations

Plus precautions at the Ashcroft Emergency Department, library news, bus info, and more

The Editor’s Desk: Don’t give COVID-19 a free ride

Haven't you been warned not to pick up hitchhikers?

Use of unproven drugs to treat COVID-19 poses serious risks

There is no known treatment for COVID-19, but many are trying unproven remedies to treat it

COVID-19 case confirmed at Subway restaurant in Cache Creek

Customers who visited the site from March 25 to 27 are asked to self-isolate

Fundraising appeal looks to provide meal vouchers for DTES residents

'Now of all times is the time to show love'

Closed for the duration? Keep your business safe while you’re gone

Closed, empty businesses could be a tempting target for would-be thieves

COVID-19 information: Transfer stations, Eco-Depots limit loads

Extend driver's licences online, stay safe outdoors, get municipal government information, and more

School District 74 working so students can learn from home

Families will be contacted with details about learning plans for their students

Some big city shoppers heading to small towns to stock up

With the cupboard bare in many large centres, shoppers are flocking to places like Ashcroft

The Editor’s Desk: Don’t be that person

Think social distancing is a load of hooey? Stay away from me

Out of control wildfire burning north of Lytton near Highway 1

BC Wildfire Service working to contain 150 hectare blaze

The Editor’s Desk: To fear or not to fear

Be fearful and retreat, or be brave and advance? The choice is easy

New disposal rules for materials that might contain asbestos

Pre-1990 building materials that have not been tested will be assumed to contain asbestos

The Editor’s Desk: Keep calm and carry on

Thinking about hoarding toilet paper? One simple word: don't.

One person airlifted to hospital after being struck by train near Ashcroft

Reports indicate victim sustained serious injuries

Distracted driving tickets designed to carry hefty price tag

Is taking that call or text worth $620, or would you rather spend the money on something better?

Cache Creek council hears concerns about Collins Road footbridge

Council also heard a request for a second community bus stop in the Village

RCMP puppies in the hunt for names from Canadian kids

Canadian children invited to take part in RCMP 'Name the Puppy' campaign

Savona athletes bring bronze medals back from BC Winter Games

Akira Susanj and Alexander Teague both competed in Karate events