HAPHAZARD HISTORY: The characters among the bull whackers

The men who drove the ox trains were characters

  • Aug 5, 2020

QUIZ: How much do you know about British Columbia?

On this B.C. Day long weekend, put your knowledge of our province to the test

Signup underway for Fraser Basin Council’s youth program in Cariboo

The initiative is no cost, with travel and meal expenses reimbursed, along with ASL interpreters

  • Jul 31, 2020

Hometown: Turning creative hobby into a business venture

Allan Stafford, 21, set up a woodworking business after COVID-19 slowed drafting opportunities

Caring for rescued hummingbirds
Williams Lake Seniors Activity Centre parking lot coffee house
Williams Lake Canada Day Procession
Williams Lake Complex readies to re-open

Hometown: Williams Lake computer guru retiring

Nick Sardy has owned a computer business for almost three decades

Cariboo Memorial Complex ice arena available for rent last two weeks of summer

The ice time falls outside regular winter season

  • Jul 28, 2020

QUIZ: A summer’s day on the water

How much do you know about boats and other watercraft?

VIDEO: Cariboo women come to rescue of injured and abandoned hummingbirds

Caren Pritchard cared for two of the tiny creatures for Second Chance Wildlife Rescue Society

Williams Lake reporter gives thanks to responders for saving her life

Four years ago Rebecca Dyok was in a serious bicycle crash

Popular Likely Fishing Derby cancelled

Organizers made the decision this week to cancel the August long weekend event

Students awarded cash as Youth Work in Trades incentive

The Youth Work in Trades opportunity is available to students 15 years of age or older

  • Jul 25, 2020

Looking for something good to read this summer?

Williams Lake Library staff offer their favourite book picks for summer

  • Jul 25, 2020

Community policing asks City to fill safety manager position vacated last December

‘We’ve lost our direct contact, our liaison officer,’ said Bob Sunner

Eagle rescued in the Cariboo near railway track sent for rehabilitation

Michelle Obre spied the eagle Saturday near Wright Station Road

Hometown: The sky’s the limit

Surinderpal Rathor arrived in 1974, has been an active community member ever since