LETTER: Strong leadership needed to grasp mine opportunity

Time to grasp an opportunity that may be once in a lifetime

  • Jul 18, 2019

RANCH MUSINGS: We are at the mercy of the weather

Short of feeling powerless about our situation with the now overabundance of rain, what can we do?

  • Jul 14, 2019

B.C. VIEWS: Will the NDP lose money selling marijuana?

Government monopoly sounds great, if you work there

WIlliams Lake Mayor Crime Action Plan
CMHA In Need of Crisis Line Volunteers
Silver Spitfire flight around the world touches down in Williams Lake
Ab Newman Hub City Auctions

Implications of reducing stumpage to help companies during poor markets

I think it is a good time to review how stumpage is calculated

  • Jul 13, 2019

COLUMN: B.C. must find new ways to grow economy as housing market unfurls

Jock Finlayson is executive vice president and chief policy officer of the Business Council of BC

  • Jul 12, 2019

EDITORIAL: Reflecting on the rain

Williams Lake area looks a lot different than it did in July 2017

GUEST COLUMN: Condemning caribou to extinction in B.C.

Province’s two-year moratorium on new mining, logging not enough

  • Jul 8, 2019

B.C. VIEWS: Killing B.C. industries won’t save the caribou

Herds dwindling across Canada, with or without logging

FOREST INK: Options for keeping the 100 Mile OSB plant operating

The loss of the two mills in 100 Mile House was devastating…

  • Jul 7, 2019

RANCH MUSINGS: Playing the waiting game

For sure, we have had enough rain, thanks.

  • Jul 6, 2019

EDITORIAL: Community builders make another successful Stampede

Hundreds of volunteers organized a packed July long weekend

  • Jul 2, 2019

LETTER: Let’s hear some of the benefits of rail tie burning

“I gave the management of the henhouse to the fox, all will be well.”

  • Jun 26, 2019

COLUMN: Clearcutting B.C.’s last old-growth leaves all of us poorer, forever

Jens Wieting of Sierra Club BC responds to columns by Tom Fletcher and David Elstone

  • Jun 24, 2019

FOREST INK: History of 1950 Chinchaga firestorm, part two

The author also did considerable research to describe how dark days had appeared in the past

  • Jun 23, 2019

COLUMNS: What can we do? Rising costs and declining prices?

If you are a consumer, engage a producer in the conversation of how the meat is produced

  • Jun 22, 2019

OPINION: Wading through the PR tsunami post-pipeline approval

Those who hate the pipeline, hate Trudeau’s decision – those who hate Trudeau, still hate him

LETTER: Stop attacking the current government

The NDP is working hard to correct many problems

  • Jun 18, 2019

Ranch Musings: Rebuilding ranching culture and learning to let go

Weekly column from local rancher David Zirnhelt

  • Jun 17, 2019

FOREST INK: History of 1950 Chinchaga firestorm

In my opinion this 227-page book published in 2015 is a must

  • Jun 16, 2019