Don’t miss Casual Country in your copy of the June 27 Williams Lake Tribune

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

Tales of local history and 50 years of Casual Country

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

The 50th anniversary of Casual Country is on stands now, bundled next to the flyers in June 27th’s Williams Lake Tribune.

Packed full of stories about local history, community figures and even a little bit from the Tribune’s past itself, what a read we have for you!

To write any more about the topic would spoil it, but we hope you take a peak and pull it from the paper for a solid Sunday morning of reading and browsing through stories and photographs that have shaped Williams Lake and the Cariboo Chilcotin.

We live in a unique area, and we hope that Casual Country reflects the wonderful things and people that make this place home.

Let us know what you think, and happy reading!

– The Williams Lake Tribune

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