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Former resident Sandra Hayes-Gardiner has an art show and book on display at the Station House Gallery.
The Downtown Williams Lake Business Improvement Area (BIA) wrapped up its 2013 Artwalk and Sale on an upbeat note last Saturday, Sept. 7.
This was the first year the Britanny Gathering has been held at the end of summer. Previous years it was always held in May.
The Tsilhqot’in First Nation and Interior Health Authority (IHA) signed a letter of understanding (LOU) on Aug. 21.
Hundreds of people from around the region participated in the 22nd Annual Tsilhqot'in Nation Gathering, Aug. 20-21 near Hanceville.
Union of BC Indian Chiefs vice-president Bob Chamberlin Chilko sockeye salmon face a danger from fish farms on the BC coast.
7-Bar-7 Gospel Jamboree in the Chilcotin draws visitors from B.C., Alberta and the U.S.
A number of Williams Lake area entertainers attended the second annual Hootstock near Ruth Lake from July 26 - July 28.
Author, historian, impresario and performer, Richard Thomas Wright, came to the Cariboo 30 years ago to write a book on Barkerville.
Steve Hunter offers an account of the Cariboo Gold Rush told from a First Nations perspective in his novel The Cameron Ridge Conspiracy.
Charlie and Ruth Travers are busy getting ready to host their 18th Annual Gospel Jamboree at their 7-7 Ranch in Tatlayoko Valley.
The Fish Lake Alliance raised $4,000 Friday, July 19 at a fundraising event at the Limelight Theatre.
Friends, family and adoring fans gathered at the Gecko Tree Restaurant June 21 to celebrate Lorne’s new book.
Jay Earl Robertson is the Cariboo’s latest author — self-published and happy to get his first work under his belt.
Geocaching may be the next big craze to entice tourists into the west Chilcotin back country.
Horse logger and poet, Lorne Dufour, has produced a new book of verse called The Silence of Horses, released this month by Caitlin Press.
Fraser River swimmer, Fin Donnelly, is the subject of a new book by Mayne Island author Helen O'Brian.
The family of Yellicy Hunlin invited people from near and far to join them in celebrating Yellicy’s 93rd birthday on April 18.
The Spicing up the Cariboo multicultural cookbook was launched Saturday, April 27, with a multicultural potluck dinner and book signing.
Ryan Oliver made a jubilant return home to Williams Lake last weekend with his five-piece Toronto jazz band The Cookers.