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There will likely be more contenders, last election there were 12 for council, four for mayor.
As August closed we were still under the effects of smoke which filtered out a lot of light.
OAPO’s monthly meeting will be on Sept. 13 at 1 p.m. and all members are welcomed
Revealed as just another sales tax, it’s doomed in B.C. and nationally
Hundreds of students returned to school in the Cariboo Chilcotin Tuesday
Although summer doesn’t end until Sept. 22, the day after Labour Day is fall for most
Industrial transitions do not happen overnight, Jock Finlayson writes
We are lucky to live in such a beautiful province.
As I write this, the skies have opened up and the dirt roads are running with muddy water.
One happy event last week was the celebration of Veera Bonner’s 100th birthday.
Union sign-ups, minimum wage for farm workers on the table
Princeton editor Andra DeMeer tackles the issue placing pets over people
‘New normal’ is not a solution, just an empty sound bite
Letter to the editor: Wildfire management in B.C. could be done better writes a former Ranger-in-charge
It is patently obvious that B.C. is in a crisis situation relative to wildfire control
“Stepping Stones to Community:” this was our Journey theme this year with the ladies from the Great Room.
Our reputation as a crime capital is bad enough but Williams Lake has a new claim to fame.
Camp Cloud one of long line of protests falsely asserting title
Here we are, several weeks into peak fire season and the sky is often overcast with smoke.