Barbara Roden

Chinese Canadian Museum launches exhibit in Vancouver Chinatown

Temporary exhibit explores the history of Chinese immigration and communities

Fraser-Nicola MLA takes on new role, prepares for snap election

Jackie Tegart has been named Opposition Critic for Regional Economic Development and Small Business

Hungry bruins are out and about so make sure you’re bear aware

Plus a bike rodeo, family karate, invasive plants, theatre events, and more

Lawyer, former chief named as NDP candidate in Fraser-Nicola

Aaron Sumexheltza wins provincial NDP nomination on second attempt

Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon MP Brad Vis named to shadow cabinet

Rookie MP named as the Conservative Shadow Minister for Housing

The Editor’s Desk: Love among the ruins

A musical mystery is solved, and a forgotten gem is rediscovered

Controversy in Fraser-Nicola riding as NDP names their candidate

Entire riding association executive resigns after Aaron Sumexheltza wins NDP nomination

New physician unexpectedly leaves Ashcroft clinic

Dr. Stephen Akinkuni started work at the Ashcroft Family Medical Practice in March 2020

Cache Creek will be seeking public input on cannabis framework

Survey for residents and businesses will be available by end of September

Catalytic converter thefts on the rise throughout province

Thieves recently targeted Lytton but were foiled by RCMP and observant resident

Fall programs and events going virtual at libraries this fall

Many old favourites, including 'Tech One-on-One', will be offered online through the library system

Free webinars help businesses navigate the new COVID-19 world

Participants will learn how to find and keep great employees, market your business, and more

Online safety a priority as unusual school year set to start

More students likely to be learning and studying online, so parents need to put safety first

Stressed about Zoom meetings? Upcoming workshop will help you out

Plus rural residents are asked for their input about Internet connectivity in the TNRD

The Editor’s Desk: Stop and smell the pines

In the headlong rush from Point A to Point B, it's important to make time to explore the unexpected

Two level 2 EV charging stations coming to Ashcroft in 2021

'Last piece of funding puzzle' now in place for project that will see 55 stations addded to network

All SD74 students set for full-time school return on Sept. 14

District's reopening plan has been approved by the Ministry of Education

Keep yourself and others safe on the road during Labour Day driving

Despite a slowdown in visitors, traffic will still be heavy on the province's highways

The Editor’s Desk: We need more Bob Ross

In a chaotic world, a place where there are no mistakes, just happy accidents, is a relief