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Xat’sull Heritage Village hosted a cultural event Sunday which included greeting the Rivershed Society team.
Local and provincial First Nations dignitaries spoke to a crowd of about 80 people on Sunday at the Xat’sull (Soda Creek) cultural event.
Williams Lake’s Gary ‘Saint Lion’ Mangat will look to right the ship in 10 days time and get back to his winning ways inside the octagon.
The Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex recently installed REALice Technology for both of their ice surfaces.
Residents of the area impacted by the Mount Polley Mine tailings pond breach received good news from Interior Health yesterday.
The wildfire west of Alexis Creek continues to grow as of Tuesday.
Irate residents pounded Mines Minister Bill Bennett and Imperial Metals president Brian Kynoch with questions.
Hundreds of devastated Likely residents crammed into the community hall Tuesday afternoon looking for answers.
Local First Nations bands are in an uproar over the recent tailings pond breach at Mount Polley and its ensuing environmental devastation.
Four Williams Lake players have been playing for the Quesnel Wildfire lacrosse team in the Cariboo Central Interior Intermediate League.
A 26-year-old Anaham man has been arrested after a piece of history went up in flames shortly after midnight Sunday.
The Williams Lake Fire Department and Salvation Army held their fifth annual Christmas in July Food Drive last week.
An unprecedented six Williams Lake rugby players have cracked roster spots on the BC Rugby provincial teams.
Elizabeth Davies of Williams Lake has become the first lacrosse player from the north to ever make Team BC.
Thunder Mountain Speedway hosted its Christmas in July racing this weekend.
The Williams Lake Ladies Soccer League final featured a battle between the top two teams in the regular season.
A storm was brewing at the Esler soccer fields Saturday as the last place WL Storm completed a remarkable run to the Men’s Soccer League
Williams Lake soccer player Paige Outhouse competed in the B.C. Summer Games in Nanaimo July 17-19.
Williams Lake’s Aliesha Ritter had a successful debut in her first-ever fitness competition.
Former Williams Lake resident and steer wrestling champion in unfortunate and bizarre incident prior to start of the Calgary Stampede.