Monica Lamb-Yorski

Williams Lake cow boss statue replacement options explored

Statue was modelled after Evan Howarth, former cow boss at Cotton Ranch

Williams Lake Stampede Association hosting drive-in movie nights

Fresh Air Cinema, FortisBC are providing the movie nights to communities across B.C.

Flood warnings remain in place for areas of Cariboo Chilcotin

Risk of thunderstorms Friday evening for Williams Lake, Puntzi Mountain areas

Community infrastructure funding announced for 24 Northern B.C. projects

Recipients include municipalities, First Nations and not-for-profits

Study to identify housing capacity, gaps in Central North Cariboo

The City of Williams Lake, Cariboo Regional District will partner on the project

Doris Munger and Old Fort Traditional Dancers plan tribute to Williams Lake Stampede

The Babine First Nation group has been attending the Stampede, parade since 2003

Station House Gallery eyes reopening with unique shows

When the next art exhibit opens at Williams Lake’s The Station House…

OUR HOMETOWN: The best of both worlds

Generally they start April 1 and stay until mid-October

Williams Lake city council, staff to attend sweat hosted by Esk’et elders

Coun. Brenner received the invitation from Irene and Freddie Johnson, her adopted family

City invites community to celebrate Canada Day with unique parade, flyover

Events include three separate processions, and a flyover

Williams Lake city council to determine future of collapsed cow boss statue

Public works is asking if should be replaced or not

Update: Missing woman located, confirm Williams Lake RCMP

On Friday, July 3, RCMP said she was no longer missing

Williams Lake RCMP hoping to locate stolen motorbike

The 1992 Honda VFR 750 went missing April 18, 2020

Williams Lake pickleball players aim to net permanent courts in the city

Club suggests at Kiwanis Park tennis courts, City staff will pursue options

Downtown Williams Lake embarking on rejuvinating heritage signage

With Rural Dividend grant funding, plus support from the City, 28 signs are being replaced

Williams Lake resident lends skills to create tool for fish researchers

John Bos, 82, of Bos Glassworks began making the Plexiglass fish viewers a decade ago

Flooding in Likely area impacts Cedar Point Provincial Park

Some of the campsites have been roped off due to high levels in Quesnel Lake