Monica Lamb-Yorski

Wildfires focus of upcoming workshop for B.C.’s community forests

Alex Fraser Research Forest and the B.C. Community Forest Association presenting the seminar

Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Barnett “disappointed” with throne speech

Barnett said there was nothing for rural B.C.

Sixties Scoop survivors welcomed home to Esk’et this weekend

Esk’etemc Chief Fred Robbins says they are expecting 300 to 400 people

Cobb, French and Sellars to meet with Premier about Atlantic Power Feb. 15

Atlantic Power cannot sign a deal to get fibre without a contract with BC Hydro: Mayor Walt Cobb.

Council votes to expand transit services to include dinner hour

At its regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 11 city council also voted for an increase in taxi supplements

Biologist to open microbrewery in former bus station

Dave Reedman has been brewing for about seven years, even studying brewing technology in England

Cariboo teen supported in quest for ranching career

Grade 12 student Lauren Bedford enrolled in TRU ranching program, pursuing dual credits

Interior Health confirms Cariboo Chilcotin not immune to drug overdose crisis

“Fentanyl is the highest substance in these deaths”

Accused awaits preliminary inquiry into Tsi Del Del homicide

Kyle Gilpin remains in custody accused of second degree murder in the Oct. 20 homicide

EDITORIAL: Bus benches targeted

The Tribune was privy to a conversation about bus shelters at Tuesday…

LNG company proposes natural gas pipeline through Cariboo Chilcotin

Steelhead LNG said the route for the proposed pipeline would be west of the Fraser River

Williams Lake’s building bylaw being brought up to code

The new bylaw was presented to city council and will now go for three readings and presentation to the public

First Nations organization hosts medical cannabis expert in Williams Lake

Dr. Rob Sealey will give presentations to local nurses, physicians, elders, chiefs, city council and health care providers

VIDEO: Homeless man grateful for warmth of Cariboo

Up until last Saturday evening Brian Owen had been living in his pickup truck in city limits.

Farmers market proposes extra night market, permanent sign, storage unit

With a year of experience at the new site, the market board is proposing a few additions

Employment solutions summit planned for Williams Lake

It will be an opportunity to network with other employers and generate locally-made solutions

VIDEO: Homeless man grateful for warmth of Williams Lake

Up until last Saturday evening Brian Owen had been living in his pickup truck in city limits.

Cariboo Chilcotin award-winning filmmakers setting sail on new adventure

Robert and Vanessa Moberg plan to document their experiences and the people they meet along the way

Extreme weather covers BC Ferries’ Nimpkish in sheet of ice as it sails

Frozen vessel thawing in the Bella Coola harbour