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UPDATE: Missing mushroom picker located in Anahim Lake area

The mushroom picker was from Ulkatcho First Nation

Speaking up for resource communities topic of #TheNorthMatters meeting in Williams Lake Sunday

“No one’s here to cause a problem,” Barnett said. “We’re here to solve a problem.”

Williams Lake Farmers Market winding down for the year

The Williams Lake Farmers Market’s experiment with the Tuesday evening market has proven a success

CMHA In Need of Crisis Line Volunteers
BBBS of Williams Lake decade-long friendship
Williams Lake and District 61st Annual 4-H Show and Sale
The art of beading

New grand entry for Williams Lake Regional Airport building nearing completion

Crews of OT Timber Frames’ workers have been hard at work this week on the project

All welcome at upcoming Cariboo Wedding and Grad Show

This fall the lakecity will see the premiere of a new and exciting evolution of a classic event

CMHA looking for new crisis line volunteers for fall training

The Canadian Mental Health Association is once more looking for volunteers to help man the hotline

Sockeye salmon have started showing up in time for Horsefly River Salmon Festival

Horsefly residents say around 20 to 30 salmon were seen in the river on Tuesday

Impact of summer’s flooding still rippling through Big Creek community

In July the area saw historical levels in local creeks, flooding many ranches and some homes

Williams Lake’s Still North Design Co. strikes a chord with Canadian consumers

Founder Courtney Vreeman is thrilled with business’s success

CRIMESTOPPERS: Alexis Creek RCMP seek public’s assistance

Percy Gilpin, 26, is wanted on an outstanding warrant

Williams Lake considering salt-free winter road maintenance

Council and staff debated salt usage at a recent committee of the whole meeting

Climate action march in Williams Lake to coincide with global movement

Individuals of all ages and businesses alike encouraged to show support

Second bus route between Kamloops and Prince George denied

New route would have ‘adverse effect’ on existing operator

Boys and Girls Club food bank needs non-perishable items

Youth access the food bank regularly throughout the week

Five candidates confirmed so far in Cariboo-Prince George

The closing date for candidates to register is Sept. 30, 2019, election date is Oct. 21

PHOTOS: Canada, U.S. first responders remember 9/11 victims at Peace Arch Park

American and Canadian first responders shared grief at annual event

New book release: Phyllis’s Orange Shirt hits shelves

Phyllis Webstad releases new book on residential school experience with younger audience in mind

Most crime trends on the increase in Williams Lake: RCMP

Insp. Jeff Pelley said RCMP continue to be pro-active, attempt to locate individuals on outstanding warrants