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South Cariboo Garlic Festival on in Lac La Hache this weekend

More than 40 vendors, musical entertainment, KidZone activities all part of garlic festival

Anne of Green Gables photo series ties in lakecity heritage buildings

Station House Gallery, Potato House, 150 Mile Little Red Schoolhouse featured in photography series

VIDEO: Walk for Team Nash in Williams Lake Kidney Walk this Sunday, Sept. 24

Change in drug treatment helps Nash Overton to rebound after a relapse last winter

Wildfire thank you books continue to be signed at the Pink Room art studio in Delainey Centre Mall

Books will also be available to sign at the Stampede Association Wildfire Relief fundraiser Sept. 29/30

Hub Bluegrass Club hosts concert with Jim and Penny Malmberg

Multi-talented duo fronts the band Back Porch Swing

Fire consumes Mad Russian’s Island, a unique piece of Cariboo history

Photograph before the fires shows green forest and old homestead

Soda Creek Sweet Corn ripe for U-pick and in local stores

Bountiful crop of vegetables in Soda Creek Sweet Corn garden

Lake City Secondary student wins $500 in Safeway certificates for Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Safeway gift certificates will provide healthy snacks for BBBS programs

Canada Screams for Ice Cream Campaign helps to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Williams Lake

Safeway presents $2,147.18 in gift certificates to local Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Potato House invites the community to try mural painting as part of art walk

Mural project dedicated to raising funds for the McLeese Lake Fire Department and food bank

Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin displays taking shape in new home at Tourism Discovery Centre

While most artifacts remain in storage the public gets a taste of local history at the TDC

Insurance issues challenge realtors during wildfire crisis

Home owner insurance on new purchases not available to properties close to wildfires

Business Excellence Awards a go despite wildfire setbacks

Awards moved from March to October which is Small Business Month

Reese Rivet takes fourth in barrels at Canadian Jr. High School Rodeo Finals

Rivet looks ahead to BCRA Barrel Racing finals this month in Williams Lake

Demand for real estate in the Cariboo remains strong despite wildfires

Affordability continues to be a draw for people relocating to the Cariboo region

Couple trades Okanagan for mortgage free farming lifestyle in Horsefly

Redneck Gardens produces a wide variety of pickled vegetables for the Williams Lake Farmer’s Market

Carver Ken Sheen creates grand prize for 2017 Williams Lake Art Walk and Sale

2017 Williams Lake Art Walk and Sale begins Friday, Sept. 8 with grand opening and inaugural walk

Williams Lake barber provides free hair cuts for firefighters, military and other wildfire teams

Military representatives show their appreciation with special coin and a plaque

Station House Gallery reopens after being closed most of the summer due to impact of wildfires

Shortchanged summer show Expectations of Character: Dorothy, Alice, Anne continues through September

Annual fundraiser supports programs for women and children

The annual Diamond Dinner which helps to raise funds for the Cariboo…