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Former Smithereen’s home survives Boston Flats fire

“It’s just crazy.”

A former Smithers resident living near Cache Creek recalls the day wildfire surrounded her home.

Sherrie Fraser, who lived in Smithers for over 40 years, can see her home from the motor home, her temporary place. 676 more words


B.C. wildfire status Tuesday: Some evacuees allowed to return home

Eleven days ago, a raging fire forced Cache Creek residents to flee their homes.

Today they are finally allowed to go home.

However, they will remain on evacuation alert, which means people will need to be prepared to leave again at a moment’s notice should the winds change. 469 more words


Cache Creek residents forced out by wildfire now able to return home

Hundreds of wildfire evacuees from Cache Creek will be able to start going home today.

Nearly 1,000 people were forced out almost two weeks ago due to an out-of-control wildfire near Ashcroft. 246 more words


Memorial service held for fallen fire chief in Cache Creek

The community of Cache Creek said a final goodbye to their fallen fire chief on Saturday.

Hundreds of people attended the celebration of life for Clayton Cassidy. 133 more words


Search for missing Cache Creek fire chief resumes

Rescue crews in Cache Creek have resumed their search for Fire Chief Clayton Cassidy on Saturday morning as water levels in the town and surrounding areas dropped significantly overnight. 891 more words