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Columnist Ken Wilson says his election predictions were realized.
Food columnist Ken Wilson offers up an election night recipe, with spices to suit different types of candidates.
The wonderful fall weather we have been experiencing is messing up mother nature a little.
Why do so many people know about the local government elections but only a few do anything about it.
There are a number of individuals who are looking for a seat on the Williams Lake city council during the civic elections.
Now that we are into fall and hunting season, it’s a good time for a venison recipe.
I was in an eating establishment in town recently and as the other person I was having lunch with had not yet arrived.
All you need is an oven to cook this fabulous grouse recipe, says cooking columnist Ken Wilson.
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139 in Williams Lake is 80 years old.
Is Walt Cobb sitting on the fence? Yes. Is he going to run for mayor in the November Civic elections, or will he run for council?
The perfect bite of food. When everything comes together in a perfect way.
I have some trouble with the media sensationalism around Canada happening in regards to the Mount Polley mine disaster.
The Mount Polley Mine disaster will have an effect on the company, Imperial Metals, for some time.
We have a civic election coming our way this fall and I hope we can get a better turnout of voters than the last go around.
A few years ago I traveled across this wonderful province and the trip made me once again realize how fortunate we are to live here.
Summertime barbecue cooking is the very best. Warm outside and great weather to fire up the barb’y.
The Williams Lake Stampede is 88 years old and in that time a lot of folks have journeyed to Williams Lake to take part in the annual event.
Hot spinach salad is a great dish and as we leave spring behind today, summertime arrives tomorrow, a time for fresh produce and herbs.
Father’s Day is a day to express our love and gratitude to our fathers.
There are so many different items folks give their fathers.
Congratulations to the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce for being recognized as the Best Chamber of Commerce in B.C.