Barbara Roden

Year in Review part one

A fun hockey game, a new eco-depot gets closer, a TV show films in Ashcroft, and a pool closure

Cache Creek fire department gets more than expected with grant

Funds have gone toward structural protection equipment, a trailer, and firefighter training

Help to make the season bright, safe, and free from fire hazards

Candles, fires, lights, and Christmas cooking are fun and festive, so keep them safe

Historic Hat Creek offers unique local gift shopping experience

Gift shop open on weekends before Christmas, offering wide variety of items for everyone

Spences Bridge could lose charging station at end of January

TNRD offer to build washroom at site and pay legal fees is not acceptable to trustees

The Editor’s Desk: Loose lips sink ships

If there was a global conspiracy about COVID-19, someone would have spilled the beans by now

Urban feast with Bonaparte roots will hit the streets in January

The feast helps Downtown Eastside residents, and in 2021 will be providing meal vouchers and goodies

Cache Creek to move to quarterly utility billing in new year

Council also discussed the possibility of heavy flooding in spring 2021

CP Holiday Train rolling into homes with a virtual concert

CP has made donations to all the food banks that would normally benefit from the annual event

Fraser-Nicola MLA sworn in for third term, given new critic role

Jackie Tegart has been named as critic for Education in new cabinet

Local transit system has new buses with improved safety features

Buses serve Ashcroft, Cache Creek, and Clinton residents three times per week

Report confirms 2020 Christmas displays are bigger and brighter

More people are putting up decorations and lights to bring some cheer this year

The Editor’s Desk: We need a little Christmas

We might not be able to observe all the usual holiday traditions, so make some new ones

BC Hydro offers free upgrades for eligible qualifying customers

Renters can also apply for free energy saving kit to help them improve efficiency and save money

The Editor’s Desk: Keep calm and wear a mask

Aggressive anti-maskers need to take a deep breath and put things in perspective

TNRD votes to end free disposal days at solid waste facilities

Mattresses and tires on rims to be added to items that can be brought in at no charge year-round

Voter turnout in 2020 provincial election lowest since 1928

Turnout in Fraser-Nicola lowest in riding's history, but was boosted by mail-in votes

Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton benefit from surprise funding

Communities receiving total of $1.5 million in Safe Restart grants

Avoid close encounters of the furry kind if you’re hitting the road

Rutting season is here, so there is more potential for increased animal activity on BC's highways

Cache Creek votes to move forward with joint bylaw officer

Council commits up to $50,000 for first year expenses in partnership with Ashcroft and Clinton