Barbara Roden

Cache Creek residences on flood alert as Bonaparte River rises again

Heavy rainfall on Canada Day has river rising steadily, threatening 175 properties

Considering home improvements? Make sure to do your homework

Con artist contractors can cause headaches for homeowners

The Editor’s Desk: Coronavirus classic cinema

Some familiar films would look a lot different if they'd been made during a time of COVID-19

The Editor’s Desk: COVID cops on the job

In the rush to judgement, facts often take a back seat

Conflict of interest questions at Cache Creek council meeting

News from Cache Creek council

Electricity use shows that in pandemic, every day is like Saturday

A BC Hydro survey shows that while we're not using more electricity, when we use it has changed

The Editor’s Desk: No one is an island

If the pandemic has shown us nothing else, it's that human beings are social creatures

The Editor’s Desk: Photo gallery paints a pretty picture

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what are 18 years of photos worth?

The Editor’s Desk: In search of lost time

A tiny tomato provides a small moment of joy as it evokes happy memories

The Editor’s Desk: In search of lost time

A tiny tomato provides a small moment of joy as it evokes happy memories

Historic Hat Creek finds novel way to keep part of site open

VIP shopping experience offers people private visit to site's gift shop

‘Survey says’ these are the most obvious places to leave a spare car key

Do you store a spare key in your car's centre console? That's the first place a thief will look

Mail theft gives criminals the ingredients for costly recipe

Theft of mail usually decreases in spring, but not this year

No Cache Creek tax increase for 2020, but Village’s cash reserves a concern

Cache Creek held a special council meeting to discuss its 2020 budget and Five-Year Financial Plan on Thursday, May 21. The meeting was livestreamed on Facebook by the HUB Online Network, and questions from the public were submitted online. All members of council were present, as were Chief Administrative Officer Martin Dalsin and Chief Financial Officer Cristina Martini.

The Editor’s Desk: There’s always a silver lining

Stories - some of which might even be true - of people making the best of bad pandemic situations

Clinton RCMP seek assistance in Canoe Creek hit and run

A pedestrian was sent to hospital with serious injuries after vehicle failed to stop

Evacuation Alert issued for properties in Cache Creek

Low-lying properties adjacent to Bonaparte River, and east of Collins Road, affected

Cache Creek council plans live stream budget meeting for May 21

News from Cache Creek council's May 11 meeting

Keep sidelined vehicles ready to run with a few easy steps

With many cars parked during COVID-19, BCAA reports more calls about dead batteries