Barbara Roden

Desert Daze plans live return to Spences Bridge this summer

Plus mandala workshops, drive-in movies, and more

Second COVID-19 vaccine clinic added in Ashcroft in July

Clinics taking place in Clinton and Ashcroft to administer second vaccines

The Editor’s Desk: Getting back to normal

COVID-19 restrictions are set to start loosening; take this quiz to find out how you'll do

No public Cache Creek pool meeting planned until after Sept. 7

The public meeting was discussed at a Committee of the Whole meeting on June 7

Wildfire still burning near Hwy. 1 southwest of Ashcroft but is no longer out of control

The fire was spotted on the afternoon of June 5 and was caused by lightning

Classic car cruise keeps the spirit of Graffiti Days alive

Parade of classic cars will wind its way through Cache Creek and Ashcroft on June 12

Clinics coming to Clinton, Ashcroft for second COVID vaccination

The rollout of second doses will be similar to the first dose, with those at the greatest risk at the top of the list

Clinton council paving the way for a possible craft distillery

New business could be located on the site of the former Country Squire gift store

DodgeBow sessions for adults now running at the Ashcroft HUB

Plus tickets are selling fast for the South Cariboo Sportsmen Association raffle

New guide is one stop shop for local transportation services

Guide lists all transportation services in area, from BC Transit to commercial buses and more

Cache Creek visitor centre now an official Destination BC site

News from Cache Creek council

Hold your horses: watch out for equine activity on roads

Riders and horse-drawn vehicles are authorized road users, so treat them with respect

Lights, camera, action! New feature film shooting in Ashcroft

'Death Pursuit' will be filming in downtown Ashcroft between now and June 8

Police watchdog clears Lytton RCMP officer in 2020 incident

Suspect who fled on foot from a police traffic stop was later found drowned in the Fraser

The Editor’s Desk: No change, no growth

Change can be frightening, but without it we stagnate

The one that didn’t get away: summer fishing challenge is back

What sort of fishing challenge offers the chance to win prizes even if you don't get a bite?

Updated walking tour guide explores historic Clinton sites

New sites have been added to the third edition, which provides a self-guided tour of the community

Youth aged 12 to 17 now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations

Registering children for vaccination is recommended, but not required

BC adults 18 and older now eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine

More than 50% of eligible British Columbians have received their first vaccine

Cache Creek fined by WorkSafeBC for health and safety violations

Village fined for 'repeated' and 'high risk' infractions at water treament plant

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