Editorial

Way to go, grads

Congratulations 2012 graduates from Williams Lake secondary, Columneetza secondary, Maranatha, and Cariboo Adventist Academy.

It’s a dangerous cyber world

Jesse Miller, visited Columneetza Secondary School on Tuesday to educate parents and teachers about the dangers of social media.

It’s not enough

There is something wrong with society and our system when a woman such as Darlene Conley has only $18 a month left after paying her rent.

Another war in the woods?

In the Prince George Timber Supply Area, the pre-beetle allowable annual cut was 9.3 million cubic metres.

Welcome Hansen back

Rick Hansen was in the back of a truck with his friend when it suddenly swerved and hit a tree.

Editorial — Bloy’s downfall an instructive failure

Harry Bloy’s resignation a microcosm of all that has gone off the rails for the BC Liberals in the year since Christy Clark became premier.

Essential?

Not good news for the parent of a young student struggling to learn the basics of reading, writing and arithmetic.

Hoping for a bright future

It’s been a pretty intense week for Williams Lake due to the Williams Inn fire and the chlorine incident.

Poll woes, and joys

NDP leader Adrian Dix has passed Premier Christy Clark as the most popular choice for the top job in B.C.

A devastating event

Our hearts go out to all of the workers and their loved ones affected by the devastating explosion at Babine Forest Products.

Hopefully cats face a brighter future

How anyone can allow an animal to suffer and live in the deplorable conditions is mind boggling, infuriating, and sad.

Help end violence

There is still a major problem in this community when it comes to spousal assaults.

New Year’s a time to test your resolve

Studies show that only about 12 per cent of people that make New Year’s resolutions actually attain their goal

See you next year!

Welcome to the Tribune’s 2011 Year in Review (part 1).

Tribune welcomes new reporter

The Tribune is pleased to welcome new reporter Monica Lamb-Yorski to our team.

Enjoy the festivities

Let loose and have a little fun at the Christmas Magic Light Up events taking place tomorrow night.

Tick, tick, tick

The countdown in on!The municipal, regional, and school district elections are only four days away.

Justice can be a riot

It’s heartening to see that some charges have finally been laid in connection with the riot in Vancouver following the Stanley Cup final

More candidate forums needed

The Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce is hosting two all-candidates forums this week.

Election draws nearer

It’s official — all candidates in the 2011 municipal, regional, and school trustee elections have been announced.