Barbara Roden

Work on a new well and new, improved water infrastructure in Cache Creek

Work is ongoing through December and will protect drinking water infrastructure

Cache Creek councillor faces breach of confidentiality charge and union grievance

Grievance against Coun. Annette Pittman asks for her to be barred from village office

Samaritan’s Purse returns to help those affected by wildfires

Local volunteers can assist trained members in helping homeowners recover items

Wildfires continue to burn out of control throughout region

Several evacuation orders and alerts have been rescinded, but many more still remain in place

Clinton approves $50,000 in funding for local organizations

Funding comes from provincial COVID-19 Safe Restart grant

Interior Health holding COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Ashcroft

Vaccines are by appointment, and for anyone needing their first or second shot

The Editor’s Desk: An Olympian anticlimax

A year late, the 2020 Summer Olympics are coming to an underwhelming conclusion

TNRD looking for feedback on waste management facility hours

Plus a market at the Ashcroft HUB, ballet and hockey registration, swim to survive, and more

Evacuation order for Spences Bidge now downgraded to alert

Tremont Creek and Lytton Creek wildfires still classed as out of control

Drought conditions bringing water scarcity to much of B.C.

North and South Thompson River areas now at Drought Level 3

RCMP recover stamp collections and want to return them to sender

Large collections were recovered in Cache Creek and Oliver, and the owners are being sought

The Editor’s Desk: The way of the future

Don't laugh at people waiting to charge their electric vehicles; they're the way of the future

Wildfire smoke becoming more common and lasting longer

Prolonged exposure to wildfire smoke can have serious physical and mental health impacts

Work on new Cache Creek/Ashcroft Eco-Depot starts next month

If all goes according to plan, new site off Highway 1 should open in spring 2022

Clinton RCMP probe fatal collision involving stolen truck at 6 Mile Lake

A woman died at the scene, and BC Coroners Service is also investigating

More than half of BC’s new COVID cases in Interior Health region

IH also leading the way in active cases of COVID-19 as case count begins to climb

Some orders and alerts downgraded for Tremont Creek wildfire

Evacuation order remains in place for Lytton Creek fire near Spences Bridge

Cache Creek moving ahead with new well on current aquifer

Council also heard that the pool is being maintained, even though it is not open this season

Evacuation order issued for 169 properties in and around Spences Bridge

An evacuation alert has been issued for 94 properties east of Spences Bridge on Hwy 8

Land acquired to expand Edge Hills Provincial Park near Clinton

Park is noted for its grassland areas and several endangered wildlife species