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The Cariboo Fire Centre is reminding the public to make sure to extinguish campfires
More than 100 people enjoyed a turkey dinner with all the trimmings at the Salvation Army in Williams Lake Friday.
Students in grades 3 to 7 from around the district are participating in the annual cross country run Friday in Williams Lake.
A father and son travelled from Buck Lake, Alta. to support the Williams Lake Stampede Association’s wildfire relief fudraiser.
Local government leaders were happy to see wildfire resolutions endorsed at last week’s Union of B.C. Municipalities Convention.
The Williams Lake Association for Community Living invites the community to a celebration on Oct. 11 to mark Community Living Month.
Fox Mountain Road, Westridge Drive and Woodland Drive have been added into the City’s 2017-2018 paving rehabilitation program.
Dozens of producers are in Williams Lake this week for the B.C. Livestock Producers Association calf sale taking place Wednesday and cow sale Thursday.
The Williams Lake Stampeders fell 5-4 to the Terrace River Kings Sunday at the Cariboo Memorial Complex
The past, present and future of the Museum of the Cariboo-Chilcotin was discussed at a special meeting hosted by the museum board in city hall chambers last Thursday.
It’s bustling at the Cariboo Memorial Complex’s Gibraltar Room this morning with…
Eric Castonguay of Williams Lake is training his dog Beau as a service dog.
Last Friday the Ministry of Forests announced vehicle restrictions for people hunting in areas impacted by the summer’s wildfires.
An engineering firm is in Williams Lake Monday to inspect the overpass on Highway 20 just west of Mackenzie Avenue.
Williams Lake Stampede Association president Tim Rolp thanked everyone who supported the event
Fourteen teams competed in the weekend’s slo-pitch year-end tournament in Williams Lake.
A double rainbow spans the sky looking east in Chimney Valley Saturday evening.
The Ministry of Forests announced Friday it is putting vehicle restrictions in areas impacted by the Elephant Hill, Chilcotin Plateau and Hanceville-Riske Creek fires to protect wildlife.
Less than 10 customers remain without power after BC Hydro restored power to 3,000 customers Friday.
The Industry Training Authority has committed another $20,000 for students in to pursue trades in the SD 27.