Wendy Coomber

Local groups filling up old school

The HUB Society's mission to turn the old Ashcroft school into a facility for public users is coming true.

Former editor Barry Tait passes away

Popular former editor and TNRD director Barry Tait passes away at age 76.

Police Report – accidents, fires and alleged assaults

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Bottling plant proposal needs answers

Many questions yet to be answered in bottled water plant proposal for Clinton.

Enrolment decline slowing in Gold Trail

Only three and a half less students than last year! The District is cautiously optimistic.

Spences Bridge loses federal polling station

Residents receive notice in the mail that their polling station is in Lytton.

Cache Creek backs rodeo request

Cache Creek Council agreed to write a letter of support to Belkorp for the Ashcroft Rodeo Association.

Police Report – Jaws of Life, semi runs red light

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

The love of money is too tempting

It's all about making more money than anybody else, and it's all about us helping them make more money that anybody else - including us.

Water treatment plant repaired

Cache Creek's new Water Treatment Plant is still requiring repairs.

Signville clutter needs to go

Cache Creek Beautification Society works to rid town of unnecessary signage downtown.

Healthcare protest gathers supporters

Supporters of a man protesting healthcare in Ashcroft came out last week to show their concern.

Police Report – Missing man found deceased

From the weekly crime blotter at the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

Ashcroft investigates dog park proposal

Village of Ashcroft looks into establishing a dog park in the pool park.

Flood recovery continues in Cache Creek

Village works steadily to clean up after the mess left by the May 23 flood.

Ashcroft reconsiders Senior’s Discount

Ashcroft Council is considering reducing the 25 per cent discount on utilities to 10 per cent rather than eliminating it completely.

The annual challenge of taxes

No one wants to raise taxes, so politicians let it go year after year until raising them an alarming amount is no longer an option.

HUB group signs lease on old school

The HUB society has signed a lease with SD 74 for use of the old Ashcroft Elementary School.

Police Report – treated at gunpoint, P.O. B&E

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Politicians take local issues to UBCM

Mayor from Ashcroft, Cache Creek and Clinton talk about what matters to their communities.