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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.”
Student art inspired by the Bible

Student art inspired by the Bible

This week is the last week to catch the February art show at the Station House Gallery which features art by children and youth in both the main and upper galleries.
Exchange students gather for pot-luck dinner

Exchange students gather for pot-luck dinner

A day for a walk

A day for a walk

It was such a nice sunny day Feb. 15 that Daniel Stump enjoyed a walk to visit friends at Eagles Nest despite having to use a crutch.

Fresh snow a cozy blanket for moose

Love it or hate it, snow is an inevitable feature of winter in the Cariboo-Chilcotin. As the Northern hemisphere leans away from the sun, moisture collects around microscopic bits of dust and salt, and congregates as clouds.
What a hand!

What a hand!

Beginners are welcome at the Seniors’ Activity Centre Tuesday afternoon bridge sessions.

Spring Break fun for kids at Scout Island

“The March-like winds blow one day, chased by a January-ish chill the next, but we can’t be fooled — it’s still light at 6:30 p.m. and Scout Island’s Spring Break nature program for children aged 6-13 is just around the corner,” says nature centre coordinator Jenny Noble in enticing families to consider their program for children this break.

Sculpture commissioned in lakecity now in provincial museum

A Haida sculpture originally commissioned by the late Anne and Douglas Stevenson of Williams Lake has found its way into the Royal B.C. Museum.