Barbara Roden

Counterfeit money being circulated in Ashcroft/Cache Creek area

Police are warning local businesses to be on the alert for counterfeit cash

Don’t touch that dial: RCMP cracking down on distracted driving

Police will be on the lookout for drivers who aren't keeping their eyes on the road

Help a police officer go jump in the river for a good cause

Kamloops RCMP sergeant will take a dip in the Thompson to support Special Olympics BC

Nominate a small local business that has gone above and beyond

Small Business BC Awards recognize outstanding local entrepreneurs from across the province

Picture perfect: change proposed for Clinton’s Robertson Square

Council looking at ways to facilitate finding a new photograph for display

Puppies in police program pining for proper personal names

Youngsters aged 4 to 14 encouraged to send in name suggestions for new police pups

The Editor’s Desk: Here’s to a long life

It's a testament to the power of volunteers to look at what has happened at the Ashcroft HUB since August 2015, when a group of community members decided that they were not going to let the former Ashcroft Elementary School building sit empty and go to waste in an area crying out for more space for groups of all shapes and sizes.

Webinar helps deal with legal decisions surrounding dementia

Free webinar helps people plan ahead for legal, financial, and health care decisions

No date set for public meeting to discuss fate of Cache Creek pool

Council says public meeting cannot take place until budget discussions have been held

School district votes to sell Ashcroft HUB for ‘nominal fee’ to HUB Society

Amendment to motion seeks to keep school district's financial interests in property secure

Ambulance station wants to showcase local region via art

Artwork celebrating Ashcroft and Cache Creek will brighten the walls of Ashcroft ambulance station

Cache Creek council asks for more info about alert system

Decision about joining emergency notification system deferred to next meeting

Cache Creek invited to join TNRD invasive plant program

Council notes from the meeting of Feb. 15

Clinton housing needs assessment highlights rental challenges

Clinton in 'relatively advantageous' situation but conditions are worsening for renters

Expose yourself to art at 11th annual Kamloops exhibition

This year's Art Exposed exhibition is going virtual, so you can view it from the comfort of home

No decision about whether Cache Creek pool will open in 2021

Council still discussing pool's future; no date set for public meeting about its fate

The Editor’s Desk: Music hath charms

Wonderful tunes that strike a chord can come from the most unexpected places

World Day of Prayer service is going virtual this year

International event has been celebrated in Ashcroft for more than 50 years

‘Timing is right’ for construction of new Clinton public works facility

Village is borrowing $1.2 million for project that has been in the works for several years

Cache Creek and Ashcroft libraries have a great deal for you

Crafters can get free magazines from Cache Creek, while there's a great book and CD sale in Ashcroft