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Williams Lake Tribune requesting project submissions from club members
Residents gathered for an update on the current wildfire situation in the Cariboo and Chilcotin.
Lakecity pro boxer Stuart McLellan is forging forward after a defunct headbutt sent things into turmoil late last weekend in Taber, Alta. (Tribune file photo)
The CRD and the BC Wildfire Service provided an update Monday evening on how efforts are going.
It’s been a whirlwind summer for the Pinchbeck family.
C+ Rodeos Roy Call called it nothing short of a mess through what they’ve had to endure.
Feet were kicking and arms were paddling while smiles were to be seen all around early this week.
The Williams Lake BC SPCA is doing all it can to ensure animals and pets remain safe and healthy.
The CRD, city and WLIB have provided some valuable information for those returning.
McCleaners Drycleaning is making sure anyone who stops by has fresh, clean clothes to go home with.
It’s been a whirlwind two-and-a-half weeks for 150 Mile resident Linda Jorgensen and her family.
A familiar, friendly face to many in Williams Lake, Justin Johnnie is doing his best to remain positive.
An outpouring of generousity and support has been shown this month at the Tk’emlups Powwow Grounds.
Federal defense minister Harjit Sajjan made the announcement in Kamloops Saturday
Kornak and Hamm’s Pharmacy is preparing for what’s to come while also helping those still in the city.
It was a complete team effort Sunday where thousands of hot dogs were being served up to evacuees.
Spirits were lifted Friday afternoon for a BCWildHeart Tailgate Party and Fundraiser.
The Secwepemc Health Caucus (SHC) is providing all the help it can to evacuees in need.
When Kerri Fournier learned of the provincial wildfire tragedy they immediately sprang into action.
A pair of 150 Mile House youth and their friends from Alberta took matters into their own hands.