Auditions on next week at the Williams Lake Studio Theatre for Cariboo Magi

Auditions are Tuesday, June 11 and Thursday, June 13 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Studio Theatre

Wells-Barkerville and Quesnel students create thank you cards for Canadian WWII soldiers

Homemade cards will be placed on 75 graves at Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery

Williams Lake Square Dancers 61st Annual Jamboree
Ivy Chelsea works with students on BC Parks project
Tourism Discovery Centre on summer hours
Jack Glatzer performs for LCSS students

Map tracks GPS-equipped bald eagles throughout B.C.

Residents are able to get a glimpse into the daily life of a bald eagle

Wells playwright returning to Normandy with show inspired by 60th anniversary of D-Day visit

Julia Mackey will perform Jake’s Gift in French and English as part of the D-Day 75th anniversary

D-DAY 75: Wilfred Jack Hutch, a D-Day Cariboo hero

Wilfred Jack Hutch signed his Canadian Scottish Regiment papers at Williams Lake on Feb. 26, 1941

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Wells playwright returning to Normandy with show inspired by visiting for 60th anniversary of D-Day

Julia Mackey will perform Jake’s Gift in French and English as part of the D-Day 75th anniversary

Time capsule found in wall of White Rock church slated for demolition

‘Opportunity to say goodbye to First United’ set for Sunday

PHOTOS: Williams Lake Fire Dept. Open House a hit with lakecity youth

The annual Williams Lake Fire Department Open House was another success

Thousands raised during annual Williams Lake Kidney Walk

“It’s super awesome to see all the people out,” Nash said.

Fifth annual Race For Kids enjoyed clear skies

The Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake and District invited the community out to explore downtown

Dry grad raffle grand prize a 2019 Chevrolet Spark LS

The draw date is Saturday, June 8 at 11 p.m. at the Cariboo Memorial Complex during dry grad

Museum receives modern-day artifact from CCCTA

Preserving recent history is just as important as ancient history

LCSS drama teacher looks to the program’s future

Costumes, props and sets are what is needed for next year

Chilcotin Road students take a step back in time with interpretive museum program

“It has been a pleasure to offer Indigenous programming in partnership with Cecilia DeRose.”

Square dancing a hit for all ages in Williams Lake

Williams Lake Square Dancers 61st jamboree was held up at the Longhouse above the Stampede Grounds

WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Lots happening this weekend in lakecity

Another weekend of fun and exciting events awaits the lakecity for the first weekend of June

Williams Lake Girl Guides’ leaders honoured

Longtime member Christine Constabel received the Book of Honour award

Stampede street party organizers seek volunteers

Anyone interested in helping is encouraged to contact the organizers

Local talent comes out for Portraits From A Fire

Over 40 Indigenous actors turned out to the Sandman Inn Wednesday for the first round of auditions