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Paper time

Paper time

Mark Swanky reads the paper while waiting to pick up dinner at Monsters Pizza recently.
Canada Post supports United Way

Canada Post supports United Way

Melodie Grabner, United Way director of resource development (second from left), accepts a $1,727 cheque from John Smith, Canada Post supervisor (left), Annie Nickerson, local area superintendent for Canada Post, and Tracy Haydon, supervisor for Canada Post (right). Canada Post raised the money for United Way through employee donations, which were matched by Canada Post that also provided an extra $500 to the United Way.

Abbott pledges tourism strategy

B.C. Liberal leadership candidate George Abbott made another appearance in the South Cariboo on Wednesday to speak with members of the constituency association.

High school band fundraising dance this Saturday

The Cariboo Gold Dance Band is teaming up with the Williams Lake/Columneetza secondary combined tour band and jazz band for a special dinner, concert and silent auction at the Elks Hall this Saturday evening.
Science world visits lakecity

Science world visits lakecity

Thompson Rivers University chemistry and physics professor Martin Lettinga shows off some of the biofuel he and his students made out of recycled cooking oil that could be used to power a vehicle.
FICKLE WINTER

FICKLE WINTER

It is hard to believe this week that just last week it was just like a warm spring day when Sara Gayowski and daughter Ella, 2, went out shopping.

2011 marks 100 year anniversary of International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day celebrations in Williams Lake this year will include a dinner with entertainment, as well as a business fair for local women who either own or manage home-based or store front businesses, says Margaret Tucker, the Women’s Contact Society’s legal advocate.

Relay for Life kick-off March 3

The kick-off evening for the annual Relay for Life event happens March 3 at the Overlander Convention Centre.
MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY FOR HERITAGE WEEK

MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY FOR HERITAGE WEEK

Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin manager Pat Skoblanuik prepares for the museum’s free open house this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to celebrate Heritage Week.
Be the Change

Be the Change

Williams Lake secondary student Torie Goodall wears a T-shirt for anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day, which states “I’m inspired by the humanity in each one of us.”