We all have a role to play in keeping our airshed clean.

Burning responsibly, driving less and walking and biking more are simple steps we can all take to care for ourselves and the air we all share.

  • May 3rd, 2017

LETTERS: Future of Quesnel Lake murky

The Quesnel Lake decision “based on best science” is a common thread for Premier Christy Clark.

  • May 2nd, 2017

EDITORIAL: Cariboo Lodge site firefighter training grounds

The Williams Lake Fire Department conducting training sessions on Tuesday evenings.

Slime for sale
    Cariboo Regional District elects new chair
      Mount Polley Mine
        Friday, July 7 wildfires erupt

          LETTERS: One vote can make a difference

          I find it very offensive that Atlantic Power will burn 50 per cent railway ties.

          • May 2nd, 2017

          Time to deliver

          May is here. Does that mean spring is here too? Or, like April, will May be confused?

          • May 2nd, 2017

          SMART 55: OAPO regional meeting coming up May 4

          The election is coming up for May 12 and every group is demanding more hand out.

          • May 2nd, 2017

          Roses and Raspberries

          A dozen roses for each of the volunteers that helped to judge our 4-H club’s speeches and demonstrations on Feb. 18.

          • Mar 6th, 2012

          Slow down

          It’s the first day of school today, so remember to watch out for all of the youngsters excitedly rushing to school when you are driving through the streets and school zones.

          • Sep 6th, 2011

          Volunteer appreciation

          MLA Bob Simpson, in his column, commends volunteers.

          Column: Picking the engine and caboose for your train

          It was 1959, and our scrubby-looking family of six was stuck. A boat strike had snared us in Italy — and we loved every minute of it!

          Contemplating the impact of using up fossil fuel reserves

          Could civilization collapse...with “unquestioned” use of fossil fuels as its base?

          • Oct 24th, 2012

          Transport system can handle diluted bitumen

          Oil industry representative responds to David Black's recent columns on the hazards of diluted bitumen and his Kitimat refinery proposal

          • May 6th, 2014

          Take your tastebuds around the world

          In his weekly food column, Ken Wilson takes readers around the world.

          A growing obsession

          Columnist Shannon McKinnon takes a break from gardening, sort of.

          Roses and Raspberries: March

          The Horsefly Women’s Institute thanks everyone who participated in our annual fundraiser.

          • Mar 1st, 2016

          Roses and Raspberries: September

          Great big, beautiful roses to the two women and the man working on the paving crew on Highway 20.

          • Sep 22nd, 2015

          Chamber welcomes new members

          Williams Lake Chamber and District Chamber of Commerce shares latest news in its monthly column.

          • Jan 30th, 2014

          Predators, the Perennial Challenge to Livestock Owners: workshop coming up

          This is a controversial topic. Predator/Prey relationships is the topic of an upcoming seminar.

          • Apr 27th, 2017

          Thrown under the bus

          Re: Oct. 28, 2013 editorial “Carson, Toop debate” — Highway 97 to Fox Mountain Road Project.

          • Nov 6th, 2013