Barbara Roden

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

The Editor’s Desk: Cold enough for you?

It's one thing to read about extreme cold temperatures, and it's another to get a taste of them

One man dead after police-involved shooting near Lytton

Two other people in the residence were evacuated safely

Coquihalla between Hope and Merritt to be closed on Jan. 8 for avalanche control

Highway will be closed for approximately four hours depending on weather

Local communities see large increases in property assessments

Ashcroft, Clinton, Lytton, and Lillooet all see major increases over 2019 assessments

The Editor’s Desk: We all have to do more

As wildfires rage in Australia, we have to ask what we can do to prevent them, and then do it

Highway 1 now reopened in both directions following fatality

One man is dead and another person is in hospital after vehicle collides with fuel tanker

New MP committed to serving all residents of far-flung riding

Brad Vis says a representative will be in Ashcroft/Cache Creek regularly to help constituents

The Editor’s Desk: Boxing Day bliss

In many ways, Boxing Day is even better than Christmas Day: all the fun, none of the stress

UPDATE: Highway 1 has reopened after rockslide south of Boston Bar.

Highway 3 and 5 remain closed in both directions

One man injured in accident involving CN train, vehicle in Ashcroft

The driver was transported to hospital with undisclosed injuries

Year in Review part 2: Drag races return to area after four year absence

Cache Creek to rejoin transit, Eco-Depot site meets resistance, an NHL star comes home, and more

Nervous about driving in snow and ice? You’re not alone

A lot of drivers don't like to drive in inclement weather, but many aren't taking steps to stay safe

The Editor’s Desk: A simple Christmas pleasure

The CP Holiday Train brings much more than food bank donations: it also brings beauty and happiness

Embrace growth or risk losing incorporation, says Cache Creek mayor

Public hearing on rezoning raises concerns about increased traffic and noise