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RCMP forwards results of its investigation into Elephant Hill fire to Crown counsel
Ryan Provencher and Richard Scurr have been missing since July 17
Police seized marijuana plants after Mountie on a day off spots something out of place
Nathan McTaggart, 13, was inspired to write book after meeting a young Williams Lake fire evacuee
It happened at a weekend tournament in Ashcroft
Residents on edge as incident unfolded Monday night
Ten Prince George students and two adults were on the way to a volleyball tournament
John Kidder of Ashcroft was one of the co-founders of the Green Party of B.C.
Special ‘Fire Fight’ supplement wins award for Community Reporting
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.
Highways 1, 97, and 99 all affected by mudslides, with assessments ongoing.
Mudslides on August 3 closed the highway to all traffic.
Loon Lake Road has also reopened.
Evacuation Alerts in the area have been rescinded to All Clear.
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.
Water has already breached culverts in the village and flooded several properties and roads.