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Miranda Doerkson named Williams Lake Stampede Youth Volunteer of the Year

It’s the love she feels for her community and fellow volunteers that keeps her coming back

Forest to Fork provides Deni House residents traditional food

The program is designed to reconnect elders with traditional and comfort food

2019 Daybreak Rotary Stampede Parade showcases the Cariboo

Dozens of floats, trucks and horses made their way through Williams Lake Saturday morning

Water Survey of Canada checks Chilcotin River
Big Creek Flooding
Take a trip to Moffat Falls
Tsilhqot'in Nation blocks Taseko Mines from exploratory drilling project

Fire destroys Bella Coola wharf’s historic BC Packers Old Cannery building

RCMP are requesting anyone with information call Crime Stoppers

Downtown embraces Stampede Street Party

Business community and the City of Williams Lake unite to bring this event back

Xeni Gwet’in racer recovering in hospital after bad fall during Williams Lake Stampede mountain race

Dax Setah, 21, underwent surgery to stop a brain bleed and address swelling

First Annual ?Esdilagh ride to WL Stampede enjoyed by participants

“All the kids and elders have really enjoyed it and it brought the community back together.”

CMH maternity services to be fully restored July 1

In February the hospital curtailed service due to critical shortage of materntiy nurses

Tender for Williams Lake airport electrical upgrade awarded

Work should begin the middle of July and take about three months

WELCOME: Tl’etinqox Horse and Bike Riders make their way to Williams Lake Wednesday afternoon

Group will take a break at Highway 20 rest stop near Bond Lake Road at 5 p.m. then head into town

City gives trail riders reprieve on water bills

In early June the Williams Lake Trail Riders Association asked for help after dealing with water leak issues at the Stampede Grounds

Update: Council awards contract for RC Cotton pedestrian bridge

Council approved the $623,595 tender at the regular meeting Tuesday, June 26

Tsilhqot’in Nation urges Taseko Mines to stop drilling plans before conflict grows

Nation said Teztan Biny area is of ‘profound cultural and spiritual importance’

Signage up for new cannabis shop, licence yet to be approved

Pacificanna owner said he is still waiting for licence, but opened his Port Hardy shop June 21

City dismantles homeless camp in River Valley

Williams Lake Fire Dept. responded to a fire at the site the day before

UPDATE: River Valley fire started at location of homeless camp

“Fire is out,” Peterson said. “Cause is undetermined but was in the location of a camp.”