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A large number of seniors, and some who aren’t, crammed into the library meeting room last week to discuss the future of the 70 “beds”.
For months I’ve been trying, without much success, to avoid paying attention to the U.S. presidential elections.
Friday is Remembrance Day, when many of us take the day, or at least two minutes of it, to think about the members of the armed forces.
Great-grandson #5 arrived early Friday morning, he and his mom were home with brother and dad early Friday afternoon.
Three items on the local Good News list last week.
When are we going to hear from the Cariboo Chilcotin School Board regarding the budget surplus story?
It’s great to see the number of younger people getting involved in the rail tie burning issue.
Terry Milewski, a long time reporter/commentator for CBC, is retiring.
Most Williams Lakers are pleased with the latest drug busts, and rightfully so, but those charged are just the small fry, the gofers.
Whatever the outcome of the burning rail ties issue, I hope those of us who are concerned can persuade the powers-that-be.
The environment ministry’s decision to allow Atlantic Power to burn more railway ties has raised some hackles in the community.
School days again in Cariboo Chilcotin. The new term brings changes in the curriculum and boasts.
Summer isn’t officially over but there is a hint of fall in the air and with school days just around the corner, it might as well be.
Columnist Diana French welcomes Milo MacDonald as CAO, ponders clothing and challenges Premier Christy Clark.
The Olympic Games are in the limelight these days — yay for Canadian women like Williams Lake’s Kayla Moleschi who brought us medals.
The weather has been an ongoing subject of conversation this summer.
The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin celebrates its 25th anniversary this Sunday with a Heritage Festival.
Gold prices are on the upswing and some investment advisors are predicting $6,500 an ounce or higher by 2019.
As if there aren’t enough issues to get excited about these days, Pokèmon. Go has been making the news.
City council cancelled its Committee of the Whole meeting scheduled for last night, and discussions of Scout Island’s future were postponed.