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Campfires, Category 2 and 3 open fires prohibited throughout BC

Prohibition in effect until Oct. 15, 2021 or until the order is rescinded

Temperature records tumbling almost as fast as they’re set

On June 28, Lytton once again set a new record for hottest temperature ever recorded in Canada

Ashcroft shatters old record for highest official temperature ever

According to Environment Canada it hit 43.8°C at 5 p.m. on June 27, eclipsing old mark of 41.7°C

Wildfire on Ashcroft Reserve off Cornwall Road now under control

Ashcroft and Cache Creek firefighters are on scene but preparing to return to base

A pancake breakfast, soccer camp, hiking Bingo, and more

With COVID restrictions easing, there are lots of activities for all ages coming to the area

Loon Lake community hall gets $150,000 grant for upgrades

Grant will help fund a variety of improvements to the 42-year-old facility

New bylaw will make it mandatory to recycle cardboard in TNRD

Landfill or transfer staion loads with more than 10 per cent corrugated cardboard could incur a fine

The Editor’s Desk: The good old days?

Sometimes those 'golden days' of years gone by aren't as golden as we think they were

Extreme heat forecast for the region throughout the week

Temperatures will likely hit the 40° C. mark this weekend

‘Best Little Fest in the West’ returning to Spences Bridge

Belated 10th anniversary Desert Daze festival going ahead with music, vendors, workshops, and more

Cache Creek eyes water conservation bylaw as usage increases

Water bylaw was considered in 2019 but did not move forward

Category 2 and 3 open fires, fireworks now banned in Kamloops Fire Centre

Ban on certain types of fires and fire activities in place until Oct. 15

Clinton council considers museum merchandise request

Council also approves an RCMP-sponsored kids' bike rodeo at Reg Conn Park on June 19

Drop-in-clinics for first vaccines coming to Cache Creek, Clinton

No appointment is necessary for anyone wanting to get their first COVID-19 vaccine

Study asks for public input to show actual internet speeds in B.C. communities

Federal maps showing Internet speeds might be inflated, so communities lose out on faster Internet

The Editor’s Desk: The life of a rock star

Cache Creek's Jade Boulder checks in with a guest editorial

Wildfire at 16 Mile now being held

Wildfire started on the afternoon of June 15 at 16 Mile, east of Highway 97

Ashcroft Hospital emergency department closed this weekend

Closure due to unexpected limited physician availabiliy, says Interior Health

Massive jade boulder returns to Cache Creek store six months after daring heist

The 3,000-pound boulder was stolen on Dec. 19, 2020 and found abandoned in the bush a week later

Census enumerators now going door-to-door to get completed forms

There is still time to complete your 2021 census questionnaire online, by phone, or on paper

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