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Royal B.C. Museum wants B.C.’s COVID-19 nature observations

COVID-19 Collecting For Our Time: ongoing project cataloguing province’s pandemic experience

Wheels in motion for mountain biking trail project near Clinton

Project to provide immediate employment while resulting in new trail on Jesmond Mountain

Free online course aims to keep care home residents, staff safe

Course gives basic COVID-19 information and safety procedures for visitors to protect the vulnerable

Advocacy for Secwepemc language

Canim Lake Band’s former Chief Michael Archie promoting Secwepemc language learning

Centennial Park fully reopened for the public

The fence has been taken down and residents now have free run of the park

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Tourists returning after slow start to season

After a slow start, tourists are returning to the South Cariboo.

Clinton RCMP seeks Citizens on Patrol

Organizer hoping to have enough people to get program started in September

New wildfire springs up north of Clinton; lightning suspected as cause

Fire is not a flare-up of blaze that started on Aug. 1 near 51 Mile Creek

Truck loses load, closes Highway 24 for hours

A multi-vehicle collision last week closed down Highway 24 after scattering a load of plywood

UPDATE: Wildfire northeast of Clinton put out by BC Wildfire Service

Fire at 51 Mile Creek suspected to be lightning-caused

Canim Lake vehicle rollover ruled ‘unfortunate accident’

Sirens were heard at Canim Lake shortly on July 22, due to a single-vehicle rollover.

Working smoke alarm saves lives at Cariboo Garden apartment

One man has been hospitalized for smoke inhalation and is expected to recover

Open burning ban in effect for Cariboo Fire District

The Cariboo Fire Centre has issued a Category 2 fire ban that comes into effect Friday, July 31

  • Jul 30, 2020

Local sisters bake birthday cakes for children during COVID-19 lockdown

Sophie Rywaczuk has been working to brighten the lives of birthday boys and girls

Exeter Hall to be restored after more flood damage

Exeter Hall will undergo renovations this summer after its basement was flooded

Motor vehicle incident has closed Highway 24 near Lone Butte

Traffic is closed going both ways near Inman Road

Non-fatal head-on collision between semi-trucks closes Highway 97

Traffic is down to one lane of alternating traffic due to this accident