Barbara Roden

RCMP looks for tips after break-in at School District 74 works yard

Thieves cut locks into the compound overnight on Dec. 12 and stolle two drills

2018 in review part one: Economic impact of 2017 wildfires more than $30 million in region

Plus success for a local model, a poster controversy, a new doctor, and much more.

Clinton mayor Susan Swan says lack of housing is a major issue

Funding for a new public works building is another priority

Don’t let the Grinch steal your Christmas

Keep your valuables safe this Christmas

Local News Briefs: The Holiday Train is coming

Plus an Ugly Christmas Sweater party, Winter Lights, a dance recital, and much more

The Editor’s Desk: Christmas questions answered

Is the thought of another fraught family Christmas dinner getting you down? The answers are here!

TNRD receives funding to control and prevent invasive plants

Areas impacted by the 2017 wildfires will be the focus

TNRD recycling workshop answers a lot of questions

Residents learned about changes to recycling, a planned new Eco-depot in the area, and more

CRA scam still going strong

Canadians being scammed out of millions of dollars by fraudulent calls, texts, and emails

Don’t let the Grinch steal Christmas

Holiday shopping is in full swing, and scammers are out in full force, so beware

New regional bus service seeks funding

Company hopes to have buses rolling in mid-December

Sage Sound Singers invite people to go ‘Somewhere in My Memory’

This year's Christmas concert features a beautiful mix of seasonal music

The Editor’s Desk: The urge to create

Why do we devote so much time and effort to fleeting pleasures?

Christmas Hamper committee getting ready for ‘organized mad dash’

Volunteers will be assembling and distributing more than 130 hampers this year

Krush Dance Company is a stealth local success story

More than 150 dancers aged three and older take part in weekly dance classes and recitals

Local News Briefs: Lots of Christmas events on the horizon

Winter Lights returns to Cache Creek, and you can try to save Christmas at a new Escape Room

Better at Home looking for more Snow Angels

Program coordinator also welcomes the possible return of Cache Creek to local transit system

Deadline extended for electoral reform voting period

Voting packages will be accepted until Dec. 7 and can be dropped off at Service BC offices

Funding will support a new campground on Ashcroft Indian Band land

More than $400,000 in provincial funding will build the campground and upgrade existing facilities

Passengers injured in school bus crash near Cache Creek to travel home today

Ten Prince George students and two adults were on the way to a volleyball tournament