What’s New: April 2023 Kettle River Echo is online now to read

The April 2023 Kettle River Echo is now available in your post office boxes (if you choose to receive unaddressed ad mail) or here online.

In this issue you will find a summary of the successful 4th Annual Emergency Preparedness Fair in Rock Creek, several job postings, Jolly Jack’s Lost Placer Mine article, Trails to the Boundary’s new website info, Richard Canning’s latest article, the Director’s Corner, a huge list of events, as well as many ads, a crossword, sudoko and more.

To read the April 2023 Kettle River Echo in its entirety, click here.