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Valerie Morris was swept away by a mudslide on Highway 99 near Cache Creek on August 11.
A 1965 painting of Ashcroft by E. J. Hughes exceeded its pre-auction estimate at a recent sale.
A search is now underway for Valerie Morris, who has been missing since the afternoon of August 11.
Mudslides have once again hampered traffic in the region following heavy rains.
Mudslides once more closed the highway on August 3.
Loon Lake Road has also reopened to traffic.
Ashcroft House, the home of early settlers Henry and Clement Cornwall, has a hefty price tag.
Highway 1 has reopened to single-lane, alternating traffic.
Ban will likely be in place all summer to reduce the risk of person-caused fires.
Ban goes into effect on May 17 to support wildlife recovery strategies.
As floodwater in Cache Creek recedes, all eyes turn to the Bonaparte River, which has yet to crest.
Water has already breached culverts in the village and flooded several properties and roads.
Other concerns are fencing restoration and repair, and a lack of feed for cattle.
Joyce Beddow-Buckland of Ashcroft was surprised by the call, and accepted the offer.
Many businesses unaware of, or not accessing, available aid programs
Better fuel management and four season planning also raised as major issues.
Seven months after the Elephant Hill wildfire, Angie Thorne wonders what moving forward looks like.
Quite a few tears as homemade quilts distributed to residents of Ashcroft Reserve, Boston Flats affected by last summer’s fire
Quilters in B.C. and Alberta worked through the summer and fall to create more than 100 quilts.
Jada Raphael of the Cook’s Ferry Band will represent the Nlakapamux and Secwepemc Nations
Khiara Archibald sold lemonade and homemade jewellery to raise funds for local firefighters.