Patrick Davies

Elder helps to keep Secwepemc language alive

Canim Lake Elder Toni Archie is doing what she can to bring back her ancestral language

Riders catch some air at South Cariboo memorial bike jam for Tyler Tenning

Nearly 35 riders participated in the Fall T-10 Memorial Bike Jam at the Slope Line Bike Park.

World-class carver prefers the simple life

His work can be found in galleries around the world, but Kevin Peters prefers the quiet life.

No one injured in home invasion

The incident was related to a legal cannabis grow op on the property so there is no threat to public

Mt. Timothy anticipates one of its busiest seasons

General manager Walter Bramsleven said the ski hill has improved its facilities and infrastructure.

Highway 99 closed due to Rockslide near Lillooet

Crews are currently working to clear the road

Midwives look to fill a gap in health care

Megan Corbett and Krista Hamblin have launched Cariboo Midwives.

South Cariboo parents apprehensive about back-to-school plan

Some 100 Mile House parents haven’t decided if they will send their children to school

Non-fatal head-on collision between semi-trucks closes Highway 97

Traffic is down to one lane of alternating traffic due to this accident

Williams Lake entrepreneur confident in success of portable pet cleaning station

Andrew Brown is the creator of Furr Dogz portable pet cleaning station

Large rogue floating ‘island’ corralled by Lac la Hache residents

At least 60 feet wide, this large mass of plants is free-floating on the lake

96-year-old woman scales B.C. butte with help of family, friends

‘I did as I was told and I enjoyed every minute of it’

Day camps on this summer at Lake of the Trees Bible Camp

‘We have fought hard to keep camp open’

WildSafeBC launches new bear awareness campaign this summer

This program is designed to educate people about the risks of leaving out unattended garbage

New wheelchair for dogs aims to increase the length and quality of senior dogs’ lives

‘Just like in the human world where we have walkers, wheelchairs and diapers’

Dynamic Reforestation tree planters donate $8,400 to Cariboo food banks

‘Right now I have almost 90 workers in the 100 Mile District’

100 per cent of Cariboo businesses have had to reduce employee hours or lay employees off, study finds

This survey was conducted by the BC Chamber of Commerce called the COVID-19 Impact Pulse Check #3

Interlakes builds drive-in movie theatre

‘It looks like it could be a golf course now, really, it’s beautiful’

RCMP seeking information on 100 Mile House airport hangar break and enter

An unknown man in hoody was caught on camera stealing equipment Wednesday morning