Rotary exchange student adjusts to life in rural B.C.

While it may be different from her home, she’s found it just as welcoming

Scout Island hosting badger presentation

Tomorrow night Wildlife in Our Pipes explores how badgers cross under highways

Station House Gallery: Making Faces invites viewers to take themselves less seriously

“Some people find the exhibit hilarious and others find it disturbing.”

Williams Lake Vaisakhi
Canadian Mental Health Association Volunteers Needed
Williams Lake RCMP share Pink Shirt Day anti-bullying message
Spring Ceilidh at Cloverdale Catholic Hall

Torch passed for Nature Kids program at Scout Island

Paula Laita is passing the Nature Kids baton on to Bill Gilroy and Kim Zalay.

  • Feb 19, 2019

Lost a ring? This B.C. man will find it for you

Chris Turner founded The Ring Finders, an international directory of metal detector hobbyists

Greenland and Nunavit to be featured at Travel and Dessert Night

One Arctic — Two histories at St. Andrew’s United Church Feb. 20

  • Feb 17, 2019

Brent Morton returns to the stage Feb. 23 with a fresh, new, musical sound

After almost a year away from the stage focused on his music, this lakecity icon returns

Teacher shares a lifelong passion for music and band with lakecity

For almost eight years now the local band program has flourished thanks to her

OK Tire owners recognized for outstanding service during 2017 wildfires

Conservation Officer Service happy to present the award

  • Feb 15, 2019

Thankful senior out of the cold and on the road again

Owen has received an outpouring of support, supplies and donations from lakecity residents and businesses to help him get back on his feet

Valentine’s Dessert Tea for seniors a sweet success

“This is kind of just a thank you to the older seniors who have contributed so much for so long.”

Photos: Vintage Valentines burlesque show and dance a rip-roaring success

A fun and raunchy night of female empowerment and burlesque was celebrated at Vintage Valentines

VIDEO: Giant snowball fight takes over lawn of the B.C. Legislature

Hundreds showed up for the fun, family-friendly battle in Victoria

Easthope brings a thoughtful and stark look at First Nations history

A visceral and poignant collection, Easthope invites discussion and hopes to promote learning

Cariboo teen supported in quest for ranching career

Grade 12 student Lauren Bedford enrolled in TRU ranching program, pursuing dual credits

Take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count this Saturday

Scout Island Nature Centre is hosting this free, family event

Haphazard History: The bride ships of Europe

By mid 1859, Yale was estimated to have over 5,000 white inhabitants: less than 20 were women

  • Feb 10, 2019

All-boys class brings fresh new energy to Dance in Common

Boys class looking to increase the male population at Dance in Common