Wendy Coomber

Cache Creek pushes again for bridge widening

Cache Creek Council responded to the Ministry's new transportation plan by reminding the them that the narrow bridge is holding up progress.

Anonymity in the computer age

The more we lose our privacy to the prying eyes of the online world, the more we hear about how important individual privacy is.

New rodeo grounds going to public meeting

The Ashcroft Rodeo Association is hoping that the Village will provide some land in The Dunes for new rodeo grounds.

Club asks Council for Evans Road walkway

On behalf of the Desert Hills Tri Club, Wayne Little asked Council to pave a four-foot pathway for walkers and joggers this summer.

Police Report – bad drivers and worse hitchhikers

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Biosolids a regional issue

Ashcroft mayor gives heads up to Council that biosolids not just an issue in Merritt.

Water protection – before it’s too late

We used to think our water was limitless. Now we know that isn't true.

Loss of post office notice board upsets residents

Cache Creek's mayor writes to Canada Post asking for the return of the community's bulletin board at the local post office.

Rodeo cancelled, Parade still on track

Ashcroft Rodeo has been cancelled this year while it changes location, but the parade is still on for June 20.

Community spirit shines through in its events

What doesn't kill us makes us stronger and helps create a bigger and better event next year!

Police Report – March is scam prevention month

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

If this is Winter, what comes next?

It's been an unusually mild winter with little snow. Is Mother Nature going to make us pay for that with an awful Spring?

Police Report – stolen vehicles

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Ashcroft’s Canada Day organizers plan to move downtown

Winding Rivers Arts & Performance Society want to move the festivities to Heritage Place Park on Railway Ave.

Move may mean no rodeo this year

Liability insurance is forcing the Ashcroft Rodeo to leave the old grounds, and that may mean no rodeo this year.

Evans Road in a squeeze

Ashcroft Council puts the question of a pedestrian walkway on Evans Road back on upcoming public forum.

Scenic walkways don’t come cheap

Instead of asking the Village of Ashcroft the same question over and over again, maybe the walkway supporters need to be raising money.

Police Repot – Tangled leashes and bad behaviour

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Gold Trail trustees call for meeting over budget cuts

The BCSTA membership endorsed a motion from the Gold Trail trustees to meet with the Education Minister to discuss new budget cuts.

Family Day is any day you want it

People complained that there was no stat holiday in February. Now they're complaining because it's on the wrong day.