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Leona Belleau showed what imagination, artistic talent and advanced computer skills can result in.
Two days of beautiful, sunny weather in Alkali Lake, plus a super venue, combined for a great Esk’et BCRA Rodeo.
“I was born under a wandering star. Wheels are made for rolling, mules are made to pack. Home is made for coming from.”
Improvements made to the Esk'et rodeo grounds helped to draw competitors to last weekend's BCRA rodeo from around the province.
The Eskèt Rodeo held this past weekend at Alkali Lake was the latest stop on the BCRA circuit.
A portion of Cariboo history was on the auction block this past long weekend at an auction at the former Springhouse Trails guest ranch.
BC Livestock Co-op Stockyards in Williams Lake serves as a venue for regularly scheduled sales.
It was not all serious business-only at the first annual Harvest Angus Bull Sale at the BC Livestock Co-op yards in Williams Lake.
The Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association held their annual general meeting on Friday Feb. 27.
One of the luxuries of rural living that still exists today is the opportunity of having a pet, or multiple pets.
Members of the Esketemc First Nation took part in the challenging tradition of moving the community’s herd of horses to winter pasture.
This past March our city celebrated a special birthday as it turned eighty-five years old.
TRU's new agricultural program in the works benefits from the Cariboo Cattlemen's Association Beef Benefit Bonanza.
From this vantage point this steer wrestling run looks like money-in-the-bank for 150 Mile House steer wrestler Mike Hurst.
The smiles on the ladies’ faces tell the story during the Williams Lake Stampede Ranch Challenge.
Looking at this wildly, brilliant-coloured bird you’d think that this image was snapped by the photographer in the jungle.
More than 100 guests enjoyed the Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association annual Beef Bonanza benefit dinner at the Point Restaurant May 6.
Lately, I feel like I am swimming against the tide and no matter how hard I paddle each day, shore still appears to be a mirage.
There are a couple of things in life that are, inevitably, unavoidable.
Thursday was officially the first day of spring! A few signs of which have been visible for a while.