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Lake City Secondary School is hosting the zones at the Williams Lake Campus today.
With help from Sher Holdings Ltd. the Ministry of Environment installed a replacement unit at the Columneetza air quality monitoring site.
Keith Jones and his search dog, Hunter, helped in the search for Frances Brown between Smithers and Hazelton.
Williams Lake boxer achieved his 22nd win in a match against Mexican boxer Cesar Figueroa at a Teofista Boxing Series event, Saturday, Oct. 21.
A youth-led workshop taking place in the lakecity this weekend will enable children and youth to talk about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Lake City Girls Rugby will host the sevens zones this Saturday, Oct.…
Cariboo Lodge is coming down to make way for a new residential care facility
Tsilhqot’in National Government Chief Joe Alphonse says it’s important to honour the chiefs that were hanged in 1864 as fallen heroes
With a backhoe and a rope, members of the Horsefly Volunteer Fire Department freed a deer from inside an empty well.
Search expands to Kelowna.
Retired teacher and local author Jeanie Vant will read from her latest book at the library on Tuesday.
Williams Lake residents participated in a vigil and walk Friday to show solidarity for the families who have lost women to violence.
Cariboo Regional District Chair Al Richmond talks about upcoming community meetings.
Only one in 70 B.C. grads are presently going into the trades.
Sam Ketcham Pool’s hours of operation will remain reduced until more lifeguards can be trained.
Williams Lake city council has endorsed Tolko Industries Ltd.’s request that the…
A woman from California is crediting former Williams Lake resident Kevin Sears for saving her life
During Tuesday evening’s regular city council meeting, councillor Sue Zacharias reflects on Williams Lake’s own 2012 pool incident
The Longhouse was the venue for a celebration held to mark Community Living Month in Williams Lake