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For the WLMHA executive, the 2019/20 season is looking bright
Nine competitors put their strength and technique on display Sunday at the…
Registration will be open in October and all registration forms will be due by Dec. 1 , 2019.
Williams Lake’s Cade Enns has signed with the North Okanagan Knights of the KIJHL
Liz Twan Special to the Tribune/Advisor For the first time in history,…
Arnie Kunka crowed first Tri-City Series race winner of season
The Second Annual Likely Show and Shine is set to ride into the quaint community this Sunday
Alexis Creek’s Emma Feldinger has been named by Rugby Canada to Canada’s…
Camraderie, friendship, socializing, sportsmanship and competition were the overarching themes
Michelle Van Baalen brought along her mule Margaret
The annual Wild Cowgirls Race at the Williams Lake Stampede has its first out-of-town champion.
Monday to feature Cariboo Heritage Gathering and Ranch Rodeo
Williams Lake Stampede directors name announcer’s booth the Willie Crosina Pavilion at Saturday’s rodeo
Crosina, 95 and still a Stampede director, humbly accepted the honour
Monica Sellars started an event just for women in the male-dominated sport of rodeo
Stampede Hit to Pass kicks off Friday night at 6 p.m.
The stage is set for the 2019 Williams Lake Stampede Mountain Race…
“I think they are the best two courses we’ve ever put on,” said Cariboo Archers president Lee Jackman