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Local ladies choir Just for Fun provides unique, life-changing opportunities for its members and heart-warming entertainment.
Natalie Seifert loves sparkly dresses, gymnastics, swimming, girly things, going to preschool and getting silly and giggly.
A unique employment opportunity is only one of the exciting changes taking place at Cariboo Growers Market.
Local three year olds were rounded up for fun in the Gibraltar Room recently.
Pure entertainment awaits down the rabbit hole at Maranatha Christian School’s first escape room challenge.
Helping you reach your goals is a top priority at Total Ice Training Centre.
An exciting new arrival is now on the shelves at The Realm of Toys in Williams Lake.
It was a great move to bring Cameo Truss Ltd. to the R.C. Cotton site in Williams Lake, says owner Richard Crowell.
Boitanio Park is going to the dogs on Sept. 18, when dogs in a range of breeds and mixes hit the trail for Paws for a Cause.
Glenn Jones at Rustic Iron Works creates handcrafted items in the Cariboo using traditional blacksmithing techniques.
A group of 11 students and their instructor are feeling great about a construction project.
In two weeks the 55 plus B.C. Games will take place in Coquitlam, and Pat Harton is one of the Williams Lake athletes.
Compassionate Care Funerals in Williams Lake has even more to offer the community now.
Clinging to a wilderness rock cliff with fingers, toes, knees and elbows, and body-stretched to capacity is the best day ever.
Mary Telfer, long-time member and volunteer with the Williams Lake Harvest Fair, said that she’s looking forward to the crowds filtering in.
Local golfers Floris and Doug Martineau won silver medals in their golf categories at the Canada 55+ Games in Brampton, Ont.
Williams Lake resident Mareike Moore recently won by racing her completed project to Dancing Quilts in 100 Mile House.
Performances in the Park concert series wouldn’t be what it is without Paul Maas working quietly behind the scenes.
The Youth for Christ soccer camp at Columneetza welcomed 140 kids last week, according to Youth for Christ executive director Corwin Smid.
More than 300 people attended the Cariboo Chilcotin Métis Association Jamboree this past weekend in McLeese Lake.