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Shogun Martial Arts Academy marched home with loads of hardware last month.
Roughly 85 participants endured a gruelling 43-kilometre uphill and downhill bike race Sunday.
Carter Zappone, 10, was the first to weigh in his 3.6-pound lake trout Saturday.
By all accounts, this year’s annual Likely May Day Parade had something for all to enjoy.
The Sam Ketcham Memorial Pool will come in just under $1 million more than anticipated.
There’s still time to register for the wildly popular Race for Kids fundraiser.
The Williams Lake Rustlers put forth a dominant performance Saturday in a 64-15 win.
Williams Lake players brought home gold with the U12 Northern Capitals from the Canada Cup West.
School District 27 hosts second annual Elementary School Mud Run.
The Cariboo Archers’ annual Outdoor 3D Shoot saw it all during the weekend.
This year’s Williams Lake Stampede Queen contestants made their first public appearances Sunday.
Williams Lake was the host of this weekend’s CYSL soccer hosting teams from around the region.
Archers from throughout the region turned out for the annual Cariboo Archers Outdoor 3D Shoot.
Eagleview Equestrian Centre is celebrating its 20th anniversary in style this weekend.
The BC Enduro Series is returning to Williams Lake for its second year from May 20-22.
Three lakecity hockey players, and one former Williams Lake player, marched away with bronze medals.
Lake City Falcons track and field athletes joined more than 200 competitors May 6 in Prince George.
Alexis Creek’s Emma Feldinger will represent Canada’s Women’s Under-18 15-a-side team.
The Lake City Falcons senior girls’ soccer teams hosted a spring showcase this past weekend.