Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal

Ashcroft council lays out strategic plan for next two years

Trails master plan, a second North Ashcroft reservoir, and the Heritage Park all on the list

  • Dec 2, 2020


Cache Creek to move to quarterly utility billing in new year

Council also discussed the possibility of heavy flooding in spring 2021


Clinton Volunteer Fire Department seeks funding for new gear

New turnout gear needed after successful recruitment drive

  • Dec 2, 2020


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

Letters to the Editor

Readers write about Cache Creek flood response and the naming of schools

  • Dec 2, 2020

Local transit system has new buses with improved safety features

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

Lytton RCMP sergeant says farewell as posting comes to an end

Sgt. Curtis Davis is transferring out of Lytton and is sad to be leaving the area

  • Dec 2, 2020

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

Accused in Cache Creek homicide will stand trial

Corey Harkness, 33, is charged with second-degree murder

  • Nov 27, 2020

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

Clinton’s new Citizens on Patrol group deployed on speed watch

Community volunteers working to assist the RCMP

  • Nov 25, 2020

Letters to the Editor

A reader writes about the rich and lengthy history of the Ashcroft Slough

  • Nov 25, 2020

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

UPDATED: COVID-19 cases rise to 23 in Salmo

The cases are connected to social events in the village

  • Nov 19, 2020

West Fraser Timber to acquire Norbord in all-stock deal valued at $4B

Shareholders are being offered 0.675 of a West Fraser share for each Norbord share

  • Nov 19, 2020

Ashcroft Slough Society requests turned down by council

Society had requested grant-in-aid, letter of support, and grant administration support

  • Nov 17, 2020