Barbara Roden

Tax time means scammers are out in force and trying to fleece you

The notorious CRA scam flourishes at this time of year, as people wrestle with their tax returns

The Editor’s Desk: Bandit at the back door

Wildlife in the back yard can be fun, until nature turns nasty

Assessment of systems at Cache Creek sewage plant recommended

Committee of the Whole meeting hears of issues at plant caused by power failure

Cache Creek unsuccessful in bid for Quartz Road bridge funding

Highlights from the most recent meeting of Cache Creek council

The Editor’s Desk: The circus leaves town

For one brief, shining moment, running away to join the circus was a tantalizing possibility

100 Mile woman arrested after dramatic incident in Ashcroft

Diane Carol Priester allegedly rammed police cruiser in attempt to evade capture

The Editor’s Desk: An extra-ordinary adventure

There's a lot of fun, but a lot of hurry up and wait, on a film set

TNRD purchases property for new Ashcroft/Cache Creek Eco-Depot

New facility will be built at former chip reload plant site off Highway 1

Proposed Cache Creek Village office one-day closure proves contentious

One-day closure would allow staff to complete year end filing

The Editor’s Desk: Garbage sets the scene

A street in Ashcroft takes on a distinctly different look for filming

Several area highways now reopened after closures due to slides and debris flows

Heavy rain played havoc with highways and rail lines, causing multiple closures

Lytton man killed by police was well-known homeless advocate

Barry Shantz won landmark court ruling for the homeless in 2015

New legal clinic in Kamloops helps low-income area residents

Kamloops E. Fry Society offering free legal aid to area residents

Steelhead caucus gave firsthand look at fisheries challenges

Fraser-Nicola MLA talks about Steelhead, seniors, health care, and more

The Editor’s Desk: Film frights in Ashcroft

As one classic spooky TV series finishes filming in town, another one will be starting up

Episode of ‘Twilight Zone’ TV series to film in Ashcroft

Production has already started on the episode, to be called 'A Small Town'

MLA working to see revitalization of Fraser Canyon highway

Jackie Tegart discusses highway improvements, forestry, rural funding

Royal Inland Hospital users warned of out of service elevators

Elevators at the Clinical Services Building expected to be out of service until Jan. 30

The Editor’s Desk: Small screen, big boost

It's not just fun to see a major film production in town; it's good for the economy

Unidentified remains found near Lytton part of new investigation

Police hope the reconstruction will help them identify the man, whose remains were found in 2016