Barbara Roden

Free waste disposal days at TNRD facilities cancelled for 2020

Household hazardous waste disposal dates will go ahead in four communities this fall

New 60-unit mobile home park planned for Boston Flats property

New site located to the west of former park that was destroyed by fire in 2017

The Editor’s Desk: Coping with COVID quiz

How well are you dealing with the pandemic? Take this quiz and find out!

Village of Clinton looks forward to welcoming its new CAO

Murray Daly takes over the position as of Aug. 17

Cache Creek receives grant funding for flood mitigation plan

Finished plan will help Village identify flood management priorities going forward

Clinton Community Forest disburses grants of more than $250,000

Village of Clinton and community organizations benefit from yearly profits

The Editor’s Desk: Don’t be a PRAT

Public performances against face masks don't make for good theatre

BC Hydro warns of different scams targeting its customers

The number of scams reported in April shows 35 per cent increase over March 2020

Cache Creek gets funding for improvements on Old Cariboo Road

Work will help to mitigate damage from water and debris flows during flooding

Residents warned to stay away from flooded Cache Creek park

Water might look shallow, but is several feet deep in places

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

Pandemic scams costing Canadian consumers cold hard cash

Many scams are doing the rounds, from puppies and free government grants to fake employment offers

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?