Wendy Coomber

Thanks for the good wishes

Retired editor Wendy Coomber says thanks to all for the good wishes.

Ashcroft will discuss a second cemetery

Ashcroft Council has moved the topic of a new cemetery to their upcoming planning session.

Police Report – Scams and dirty tricks

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

Shirley Wells from Laughing Swan Farm in Kamloops not only offered heritage tomato seeds for sale, but gave away lots of experienced growing advice for free.

Get growing!

Cache Creek's Seedy Saturday brought gardeners out to talk about their favourite subject.

Shirley Wells from Laughing Swan Farm in Kamloops not only offered heritage tomato seeds for sale, but gave away lots of experienced growing advice for free.
A SUNFLOWER HEAD from last year, dried up and beautiful.

So long and thanks for all the fish!

In which the editor, in secret code, says: I will miss this beautiful old newspaper, but it's time to move on.

A SUNFLOWER HEAD from last year, dried up and beautiful.

IH engages town in water source protection

Interior Health asks Cache Creek to start working on Source Assessment and Protection Plan for their aquifers.

Police Report – assaults and bad driving behaviour

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

Landfill revenue down, taxes up

Cache Creek residents may soon find out what the loss of a major industry looks like on their tax bill.

RUSTY THE GROUNDHUG uses all means of prognostication to determine whether it’s safe to go out.

Looking forward to an early Spring

An editor and her groundhug ponder the signs around them for a moment before returning to the seed catalogues.

RUSTY THE GROUNDHUG uses all means of prognostication to determine whether it’s safe to go out.
Ashcroft’s new doctors, Dr. Amgad Zake and Dr. Debra Obu, begin on March 1.

Ashcroft gets two new doctors

Two doctors have successfully completed their practice ready assessment and should be in Ashcroft by March 1.

Ashcroft’s new doctors, Dr. Amgad Zake and Dr. Debra Obu, begin on March 1.

Planning starts for four lanes

Just a little behind schedule, planning has begun to four-lane Hwy 97 through Cache Creek and beyond as part of the Cariboo Connector.

Police Report – telephone scams and arguments

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment

Ashcroft approves borrowing bylaw

Ashcroft Council approves first three readings of bylaw to borrow $4.1 million for new water treatment plant.

A waste hauler in the tipper while another one waits its turn at the Cache Creek Landfill.

Landfill may be closing this summer

Closure activities for the Cache Creek Landfill may mean closing it sooner than expected.

A waste hauler in the tipper while another one waits its turn at the Cache Creek Landfill.
Jack Kirkpatrick lays a Remembrance Day wreath in Ashcroft, 2007.

Kirkpatrick receives French Legion of Honour medal

Ashcroft World War II veteran receives a gift of gratitude from France.

Jack Kirkpatrick lays a Remembrance Day wreath in Ashcroft, 2007.

Village plans to borrow $4 M

The Village of Ashcroft is planning to borrow just over $4 million for its new water treatment plant.

Police Report – theft of alien, suspicious footprints

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

FROSTY RABBIT BUSH stands out against the brown hills along the Thompson.

Taking care of business is expected

The first breath of spring shouldn't smell like dog crap.

FROSTY RABBIT BUSH stands out against the brown hills along the Thompson.

Expenses getting tight in Cache Creek

Cache Creek councillors balk at having to spend money on new asset management planning.

Police Report – assaults and slashed tires

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.

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