Tara Sprickerhoff

Williams Lake city councillor eyes future after politics

Sue Zacharias looks at other ways she can give back

2017 fire babies pose for photo one year later

23 babies and their moms gathered for a photo shoot at the Williams Lake Fire Department

2017 wildfires give B.C. mom chance to say thank you to officer who saved her son

An unlikely encounter in the rural community of Likely, near Williams Lake

Scout Island summer students have fun teaching outdoors in the city

Kasey Stirling, Marlie Russell and William Newberry teach and learn on the job

Three generations of Highway 20 drivers

Perhaps no one has as many stories as the Hodgsons

Tribune reporter leaving for Ottawa

My parents sometimes joke about having boomerang children.

Horsefly Arts on the Fly is back July 13 and 14

“Horsefly is just such a special place for me always,” says organizer Brandon Hoffman, when he talks about what makes Arts on the Fly so unique.

Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society support grants awarded

Youth Fiddle Society, ArtWalk, Cedar City Museum among recipients

Williams Lake man charged with two counts of animal cruelty after 46 dogs seized

Terry Baker could face a fine of $10,000, up to five years in jail or a lifetime ban on owning animals

Lake City Secondary Governor General’s Academic Medal awarded to Ahmad Jalil

Award given to the student graduating with the highest grade point average

Daybreak Rotary Stampede Parade results announced

Winners in six categories for parade

New principal of Likely Elementary appointed

Vice-principals of Peter Skene Ogden named

Performances in the Park begin Thursday in Williams Lake

Miss White Spider and One Below to grace Gwen Pharis Ringwood Stage

Tough Enough to Wear Pink at the Williams Lake Stampede

Cancer patients honoured with funds raised through ticket sales

PHOTO GALLERY: Canada Day in Williams Lake

Many braved the rain to check out Canada Day in Williams Lake

75 years of Stampede Queen history

While the contest has changed over the years, it was only ever cancelled two times

Tl’etinqox student wins provincial poster award

One of six winners in Traditional Knowledge and Medicine-themed artwork contest

What’s on and where in Williams Lake during Stampede Weekend

Boot stomping tunes and fun festive entertainment

Canada Day festivities in Boitanio Park July 1

Activities run from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Don’t miss Casual Country in this week’s Williams Lake Tribune

Tales of local history and 50 years of Casual Country