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The Williams Lake Blue Fins Swim Club and Canadian Tire worked together In December selling Christmas trees.
Many longtime ranchers in the region take a keen interest in the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin, home to the B.C. Cowboy Hall of Fame.
Hospital Aboriginal patient navigator Barbara Mack (left) buys some goodies.
A reminder that flags will be lowered and Canada’s original Reg Ensign will be raised in a sunset ceremony taking place April 7.
Students at Skyline Alternate School listen to a presentation on riding safety Wednesday.
Rancher Cordy Cox-Ellis is wearing three hats these days.
With the snow gone and the temperatures rising, cyclists are enjoying the opportunity to get out around town.
100 Mile House RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to call 250-395-2456.
City crews are out filling the potholes in Williams Lake.
Kiwanis Park is busy with adults and children enjoying the warm spring weather.
BC Wildfire Service dispatcher and trainer Jessica Mack in her new office at the Cariboo Fire Centre.
A bald eagle resting on the thin icy surface of Williams Lake takes off to fly over Scout Island.
All terrain loader operator Ed Rowley waits for another truck to load at Tolko's Lakeview log yard.
Rolland Harry shares a warm smile as works an early-morning shift at McDonald's recently.
The Lake City Secondary School Tour Band held a short concert Wednesday afternoon at the Williams Lake campus.
Oliver Berger checks the temperatures of the community compost boxes at the Potato House in downtown Williams Lake.
A familiar yet picturesque scene Saturday afternoon on the road to Eagle View Equestrian Centre outside of Williams Lake.
City workers were out Friday plowing and shovelling as Williams Lake received fresh snow overnight.
Residents were out in full force Friday clearing driveways and sidewalks of fresh snow.
Environment Canada is predicting lows of -12C and highs of 1C for Williams Lake Monday.