Gaeil Farrar

Art Walk 2017 to go ahead in September instead of August

A few more artists are needed to match with participating businesses

Growers return to Williams Lake Farmers Market

Local growers and producers impacted by wildfire evacuation orders

BorderBand plays at the Metis Jamboree in McLeese Lake this weekend

BorderBand brings music to firefighters and wildfire support workers

Alan Moberg and J.J. Lavalle scheduled to appear at fifth annual Metis Jamboree in McLeese Lake

Instead of an entry fee donations will be collected for wildfire victims

2017 Williams Lake Harvest Fair cancelled due to wildfire situation around the city

President Tammy Tugnum announces fair cancellation on behalf of directors

Couple escaping Chilcotin fires spends the night stuck in a sink hole

Frozen beef is delivered to firefighters on route to evacuation centre in Kamloops

17 homes evacuated in Prouton Lakes fire near Williams Lake

Fire information officers warn that wildfire conditions are still extremely volatile

Williams Lake Business Excellence Awards nomination deadline extended

Business Excellence Awards nominations now accepted until August 31

Evacuation alert issued for Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake areas

Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake area residents are on evacuation alert and should be prepared to leave

Due to immediate wildfire danger the Kleena Kleene evacuation order has been expanded

Members of the RCMP or other groups are expediting the evacuation order along Highway 20

Interior Health offers advice on coping with the heat wave this week

Extreme heat expected this week requires close watch over children and seniors

Wildfire donation centre receives 180 buckets of cleaning supplies

Donation centre scheduled to close after Tuesday

Williams Lake Farmers Market up and running today despite wildfire situation

Lots of fresh locally grown vegetables, meat, sausage, homemade bread, Okanagan fruit and more is being sold at the Williams Lake Farmers Market which continues today until 2 p.m.

BC SPCA Williams Lake works to reunite lost animals with evacuees

This week a goose, a rooster, two birds and seven dogs were reunited with their evacuee owners

Sikh Temples in the Lower Mainland send a truck load of food for Williams Lake and area wildfire victims

Staples such as large bags of rice, canned vegetables, cereal, snacks, and juice are among food donations

CCCTA reports on recreational opportunities in available the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Areas not affected by wildfires in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region are open for adventures in fly fishing, kayaking, river rafting and more

Donations of disaster relief supplies pour in to the lakecity

Bags of donated food support are available at the Resiliency Centre set up in Boitanio Mall

Interior Health announces delay in return of outpatient lab services at hospital

While not yet fully functional the emergency department and various outpatient services are now available at Cariboo Memorial Hospital

Salvation Army provincial leaders join wildfire relief effort in Williams Lake

Salvation Army food truck provides breakfasts, lunches and dinners to anyone in need of a meal

RCMP check turns up lost dog in wildfire evacuation zone near Williams Lake

Mounties say the possible border-collie cross has helped boost morale