Local News

Fresh coats of paint for the Cowboy Statues

The three iconic statues around the Y will not be left permanently white as some had suggested

CFC announces Category 2 fire ban effective noon May 10

The bans follows a Category 3 ban imposed in April

Three Interior universities team up to protect B.C.’s forested watersheds

Interior university coalition funds disaster prevention research initiatives

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NCLGA Prince George Mayor Lyn Hall : hosting evacuees
Mayor Walt Cobb returns to work
Business owner talks about downtown fire
Rail Ties Be Wise sends message to council

Woman wants to reconnect with adopted son believed to be in 100 Mile

“I just want to say that I’m sorry to him,” said former Williams Lake resident Amanda Marty

Williams Lake Salvation Army benefits from BC Hydro energy efficient funding

BC Hydro will provide a grant to the Salvation Army Williams Lake Community and Family Service

Daybreak Rotary selects Saunders as parade marshal

Wilber Saunders is well-known for his efforts to pick up litter in and around Williams Lake

City councillors anxiously awaiting final approval of $200 million CMH redevelopment plan

Williams Lake City Councillor Scott Nelson said the hospital plan is on the health minister’s desk

NCLGA convention and AGM officially kicks off Tuesday in lakecity

This year’s theme is ‘Naturally Resourceful’

Wildfire risk reduction grants benefit Cariboo region

Mitigating wildfire threats is a shared responsibility of the provincial government

Brush fire that got away prompts quick response from fire crews Sunday night

“It was a long ways for us to go because we had to go through town to get there.”

Pinnacle restarts operations after fire, awaits permit to modernize facility

“We are committed to the community of Williams Lake.”

MOTI proposes new alignment for West Fraser Road in Quesnel

The preferred option includes a new, longer bridge over Narcosli Creek and a wider, paved road

Tribune photo honoured at Ma Murray

Angie Mindus took home silver for her picture of a real human moment

  • May 4, 2019

Lakecity students help build new greenhouses for their school

Join the LCSS Grow Operators at Seedy Saturday by Kiwanis Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

School District No. 27 wants the public’s feedback

A draft calendar of events has been posted to the district website

  • May 3, 2019

Plenty of activities planned for Youth Week this year in lakecity

Don’t miss out on these exciting events organized and supports by the Boys and Girls Club

72-hectare prescribed burn planned for Place Lake

The burn will take place about 36 kilometres south of Williams Lake between April 29 and May 17

Spruce budworm spraying planned for Cariboo region

The western spruce budworm is an insect native to B.C. and the Pacific Northwest

  • May 3, 2019

UPDATE: RCMP confirm they are investigating downtown fire at Diamonds and Dust as arson

Patrons at Diamonds and Dust Entertainment Lounge were evacuated safely

The Williams Lake Indian Band breaks new ground at Coyote Rock Estates

This is just the latest in a line of new initiatives spearheaded by the WLIB