Patrick Davies

Over 30 unique, diverse courses available at Elder College

The deadline to register for one of Elder College’s courses is fast approaching.

Table Manners opening rescheduled for next week

Unforeseen circumstances have led to this change

Jay Camille wins big at BC Indigenous Business Awards

Hard work combined with entrepreneurial spirit makes Skywest Environmental Inc. soar

Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society announces Support Grants awards

The first round of Support Grants has been announced with the application for the second open.

Studio Theatre Script Reading Night is tonight

The Theatre invites society members and member of the public to come out for a fun night

SD27 looking for families to billet Chinese Students

They are in need of room and board for 10 days

Cariboo real estate enjoyed higher sale numbers in 2018 than 2017

Northern B.C. saw $1.5 billion in 5,125 property sales in 2018.

Miniature painting allows lakecity carpenter chance to express his artistic side

Jeremy Delay developed a passion for the craft at a young age and refined it in adulthood.

Operation Red Nose raises a record $14,000

Four local groups to benefit from donations

Lakecity pianist steps up to become Cariboo Festival Society president

The Cariboo Festival Society has appointed a pianist Juliana Lam as their new president.

Auditions for the Studio Theatre’s Cherry Docs run Jan. 8 to 9

Auditions set for Cherry Docs the Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s final play for the 2018-2019 season.

Performance in the Park Applications Open

Applications for this year’s Performance in the Park are open until March 2.

Despite windy conditions, lakecity birdwatchers take a comprehensive look at local avian species

Waxwings make a big return this year alongside unseasonal levels of waterfowl

No fatalities or severe injuries in highway collision

Three vehicles collided on Highway 97 at the Mackenzie Avenue South Intersection today.

Lakecity man ready to volunteer in Ghana

Lakecity local Eli Petersen heading for Ghana to volunteer his skills thanks to community support.

Curtain call an hour earlier in 2019 at Studio Theatre

After audience feedback, the Studio Theatre society takes steps to make show time more accessible.

Weather and traffic update: Fog expected to clear soon

A mix of fog, ice and slush greet Cariboo drivers today.

12 alcohol related roadside prohibitions over holidays

Officer efforts led to over a dozen impaired drivers being punished.

Table Manners brings a comedic look at family relationships

This well written and thoughtful play considered how our familial relationships often fail to age.

Nutcracker performance inspires local dancers

Last month two lakecity dancers were honoured to dance with Moscow Ballet in Kamloops.