Barbara Roden

The Editor’s Desk: Play ‘Election Bingo’!

Already tired of the election campaign? Here are a few tips to help you make it through to Oct. 21

Washington, California, and Oregon states poised to move to permanent Daylight Savings Time

A recent survey of more than 220,000 British Columbians shows we're in favour too

RCMP conclude investigation into 2017 Elephant Hill wildfire

Files have been turned over to BC Prosecution Service

The Editor’s Desk: Wacky Westminster time

A new reality show out of the United Kingdom has the world transfixed, and not in a good way

Highway 1 reopens to single-lane, alternating traffic at Jackass Mountain summit

Highway was completely closed due to fatal accident

The Editor’s Desk: Ride-hailing roadblock

The absence of ride-hailing is not just a big city issue; it also affects small rural communities

The Editor’s Desk: Back to school daze

Looking ahead to a new school year, from a variety of perspectives

Two bodies found near Spences Bridge confirmed as those of missing Surrey men

Ryan Provencher and Richard Scurr have been missing since July 17

Firefighters battling two blazes on Highway 1 south of Ashcroft

Highway has reopened to single-lane, alternating traffic led by a pilot car so expect delays

The Editor’s Desk: There’s no right to know

Think you have a right to know all about the recent police manhunt? Think again

Highway 1 near Ashcroft has reopened following vehicle fire

Drivers should expect delays in the area of Cornwall Road

The Editor’s Desk: Armchair experts not wanted

In the wake of the disappearance of two teens wanted for murder, lots of people are expert trackers

Pedestrian struck, injured while crossing highway at 70 Mile

Victim is in hospital in serious but stable condition

Air conditioning can lead to ‘cold wars’ in B.C. offices

If things are too cold it can lead to discomfort and even conflicts between workers

Federal government will not list Steelhead under Species at Risk Act

Decision goes against recommendation made last year

The Editor’s Desk: An early start to the silly season

It looks as if we're headed for a long August, as the silly season got going early this year

Measles catch-up program making strides

More than 23,000 students now known to have received both measles vaccines

The Editor’s Desk: Saving a bit of history

The Journal is proud to have played a part in preserving a piece of local history

Work continues at Big Bar landslide in advance of spawning season

Various solutions being considered to help fish get through Fraser River slide site

Washout hits Highway 97 north of Cache Creek

Highway now reopened to single-lane, alternating traffic