Barbara Roden

Health care information for those affected by the Lytton fire

How and where to get prescriptions and medications, see physicians, get lab tests, and more

BC SPCA rescues 41 animals after gaining access to Lytton

Rescued pets and livestock being taken to Kamloops for care

Containment line established around wildfire south of Ashcroft

Fire is west of Highway 1, south of Hat Creek Road

Keep out of areas where evacuation alerts, orders are in place

RCMP are asking people to stay out of the way in areas that are on alert or evacuation order

Stabilization work almost completed at 10 Mile Slide site

Budget for the technically challenging project has grown to $83.7 million

The Editor’s Desk: Where the rivers meet

Lytton is the beating heart of the Nlaka'pamux nation

Three sessions of group swim lessons available at Ashcroft pool

Plus watering restrictions, open gyms, a closed rifle range, and more

Where to look for accurate information about fires and more

Want to know more about highway conditions, wildfire activity, and evacuations? Here's where to look

SPCA personnel going behind evacuation lines in Lytton to rescue pets and livestock

One-day window on July 8 to rescue animals and take them to temporary shelter in Kamloops

A history of Lytton, from First Nations to the Gold Rush to disastrous fires

One of the oldest towns in the province, Lytton was once promoted as the possible capital

Lytton First Nation acting chief frustrated with lack of communication from CN

John Haugen says CN should remain off-site and not try to repair infrastructure until fire is out

Kumsheen ShchEma-meet School in Lytton survives devastating fire

Recently renovated K–12 school did not burn, but former elementary school was lost

Ashcroft COVID vaccine clinic will accept drop-ins for first jabs

Anyone aged 12 and up wanting their first vaccination can drop in, no appointment necessary

Cache Creek council asks all residents to conserve water

Council asks for a letter to be sent to all residents while a water conservaion bylaw is prepared

Clinton council approves free use of hall for art show and sale

Event is scheduled to go ahead over the August long weekend

Spences Bridge volunteers plant marigolds in memory of residential school students

215 marigolds have been planted by the memorial wall at Cleme Hall

TELUS working to restore communication in Lytton after fire damages infrastructure

Landline and cellphone service has been severed, hampering search for news about family and friends

The Editor’s Desk: The dog days of summer

Why you should leave Fido at home in hot weather, as told by an expert

Watch out for sweepstakes ‘win’ scam that can cost thousands

If you have to pay to claim a prize, chances are it's a scam

BREAKING: Footage shows homes, buildings up in flames as wildfire races through Lytton

Mayor says fire came up in minutes and is sweeping through the community