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Mary Jane’s Glass and Gifts manager Mark Cowan said he is surpised charges of drug-trafficking and possession against him have been approved.
Janis Bell is retiring from her position as CAO of the Cariboo Regional District.
The Williams Lake Stampede Grounds are bustling Friday morning as the BC Barrel Racers Association 2017 finals get underway.
Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is pleading for government to assist people who lost their homes in the summer’s wildfires.
The public will have the first opportunity to see proposed plans for relocating the Cataline Elementary School bus loop at an upcoming open house.
The sun is out, the leaves are in their autumn glory and people are enjoying the opportunity to get outside in Williams Lake.
School District 27 is hosting Orange Shirt Day celebrations in Williams Lake and 100 Mile House, Friday Sept. 29.
Seven weeks after the evacuation order was lifted for the city of Williams Lake, business owners are still finding it difficult to fill employee vacancies.
Owner and a former employee of Mary Jane’s Glass and Gifts face drug trafficking charges.
Williams Lakers enjoyed a welcome home celebration Friday at the Stampede Grounds hosted by the United Way Thompson Nicola Cariboo and several sponsors.
Long-time SD 27 teacher Tony Speers appointed new principal for school in Nemiah Valley.
BC Hydro said a tree on a power line was the cause of an outage earlier Monday.
Axis Family Resources is running a four-bed community-based withdrawal management program in Williams Lake.
Williams Lake residents are permitted to have campfires in a certified fire pit, Fire Chief Des Webster said.
Province working to issue salvage permits, forests minister said.
After decades of addressing addiction issues in the community, Esk’etemc First Nation is home to a new five-bed recovery centre.
Workers have been busy at the former Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin since Aug. 12 doing a major retrofit so the building can be used as the new Jubilee House.
Government members are joining Phyllis Webstad at the B.C. Legislature Thursday to raise awareness about the residential school legacy and her Orange Shirt Day message that “every child matters.”
Next weekend’s B.C. Barrel Racer Association finals will see 250 competitors participate at the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds.
The charge of sexual interference with someone under the age of 16…