Max Winkelman

Rain prompts travel advisories, road closures in Cache Creek area

No stopping during heavy rain on highways near Cache Creek

Williams Lake and District 4-H sale to go ahead in August

There will be no youth in attendance

EnGold discovers visible gold at two Lac la Hache sites

‘The gold potential of Lac la Hache continues to grow’

Bighorn sheep undergoing COVID-like test

‘If only the bighorn sheep knew to socially-distance from their domestic cousins’

100 Mile RCMP seek help in stolen credit card case

Card was used at multiple locations in 100 Mile House

New wheelchair accessible trails on the way in South Cariboo

The three chosen locations are in Forest Grove, the Mountain Spruce Community Park and the Valentine Lake recreation site

Interior Health to resume elective surgeries

“Our priority is to minimize the risk of transmission of COVID-19”

Kearl Lake workers from B.C. reminded to self-isolate due to COVID-19

15 laboratory-confirmed worker cases in B.C., 12 of which in Interior Health

NDIT to fund three Regional Business Liaisons in Cariboo-Chilcotin/Lillooet

Program seeks to offset stress and offer one-on-one business support, says CEO

2017 Elephant Hill wildfire most likely caused by smoking materials

Investigation did not identify who started the fire

Interior Health warns Cariboo residents of potential flooding impacts on water

Public advised to use alternate water source if unsure about flooding impact

BCLC re-introduces option to buy advanced tickets amid COVID-19 concerns

‘Suspending the option prompted players to leave their homes more frequently’

Good first season at Mt. Timothy under new owners despite season cut short

‘Lots of positive feedback from both communities’

Retail worker calls for an end to in-person lottery sales amidst COVID-19

‘They’re giving you the encouragement to go out daily and do your lottery’

Vehicle fire on Highway 97 south of 100 Mile House

Emergency services are on site

Green Lake shows community spirit on the ice at a safe distance

‘We advised everybody to keep good spacing’

Clowning around safely during COVID-19

‘It’s just basically me entertaining them and giving them a break on how life is right now’

B.C. wide burning restrictions come into effect April 16

‘Larger open burns pose an unnecessary risk and could detract from wildfire detection’

BC SPCA launches matching campaign to help vulnerable animals after big donations

Two BC SPCA donors have offered up to $65,000 in matching donations