Our Town

Blue Fins make Jumpstart donation

Blue Fins make Jumpstart donation

The Williams Lake Blue Fins Swim Club and Canadian Tire worked together In December selling Christmas trees.

  • Apr 6, 2017
Blue Fins make Jumpstart donation
Museum director Pam Mahon serves cowboy poet and rancher Frank Gleeson at the city’s 88th birthday tea in March.

CATTLE COUNTRY: Museum honours B.C cowboys

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.

Museum director Pam Mahon serves cowboy poet and rancher Frank Gleeson at the city’s 88th birthday tea in March.
Hospital auxiliary hosts bake sale

Hospital auxiliary hosts bake sale

Hospital Aboriginal patient navigator Barbara Mack (left) buys some goodies.

  • Apr 6, 2017
Hospital auxiliary hosts bake sale
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Ranchland Honda Christmas 2020 Vehicle Giveaway
Jesse LeBourdais reads from debut novel
Cariboo Friendship Society expands shelter to Longhouse
Likely community's abandoned dog
100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge coming up April 7

100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge coming up April 7

A reminder that flags will be lowered and Canada’s original Reg Ensign will be raised in a sunset ceremony taking place April 7.

  • Apr 6, 2017
100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge coming up April 7
Riding safety topic of presentation

Riding safety topic of presentation

Students at Skyline Alternate School listen to a presentation on riding safety Wednesday.

  • Apr 6, 2017
Riding safety topic of presentation
Cordy Cox-Ellis with her husband Clint Ellis. Cordy was elected president of the Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association in February. She also serves as a director with the B.C. Livestock Producers Co-operative.

CATTLE COUNTRY: Cariboo Cattlemen elect new president

Rancher Cordy Cox-Ellis is wearing three hats these days.

Cordy Cox-Ellis with her husband Clint Ellis. Cordy was elected president of the Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association in February. She also serves as a director with the B.C. Livestock Producers Co-operative.
Selina Parkin and her son Garrett Olson

Biking weather has arrived

With the snow gone and the temperatures rising, cyclists are enjoying the opportunity to get out around town.

  • Mar 30, 2017
Selina Parkin and her son Garrett Olson
RCMP News

Lac la Hache stabbing

100 Mile House RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to call 250-395-2456.

  • Mar 30, 2017
RCMP News
City crews repair potholes on First Avenue North outside the Williams Lake Tribune Tuesday morning.

Tackling the potholes in Williams Lake

City crews are out filling the potholes in Williams Lake.

  • Mar 28, 2017
City crews repair potholes on First Avenue North outside the Williams Lake Tribune Tuesday morning.
Kaleo Pyper

Enjoying the sunshine

Kiwanis Park is busy with adults and children enjoying the warm spring weather.

  • Mar 28, 2017
Kaleo Pyper
BC Wildfire dispatcher and trainer Jessica Mack in her office Thursday morning at the brand new Cariboo Fire Centre located at the Williams Lake Airport.

Wildfire Service

BC Wildfire Service dispatcher and trainer Jessica Mack in her new office at the Cariboo Fire Centre.

BC Wildfire dispatcher and trainer Jessica Mack in her office Thursday morning at the brand new Cariboo Fire Centre located at the Williams Lake Airport.
A bald eagle takes off from the thin ice surface on Williams Lake early Friday morning near Scout Island.

Early morning flight

A bald eagle resting on the thin icy surface of Williams Lake takes off to fly over Scout Island.

A bald eagle takes off from the thin ice surface on Williams Lake early Friday morning near Scout Island.
Log inventory brimming at local mills as spring breakup nears

Log inventory brimming at local mills as spring breakup nears

All terrain loader operator Ed Rowley waits for another truck to load at Tolko's Lakeview log yard.

Log inventory brimming at local mills as spring breakup nears
A friendly face

A friendly face

Rolland Harry shares a warm smile as works an early-morning shift at McDonald's recently.

  • Mar 16, 2017
A friendly face
Band gets in one last concert before tour

Band gets in one last concert before tour

The Lake City Secondary School Tour Band held a short concert Wednesday afternoon at the Williams Lake campus.

  • Mar 16, 2017
Band gets in one last concert before tour
With the temperature reaching a high of 12C in Williams Lake Monday afternoon Oliver Berger was working outside in a T-shirt

Compost control

Oliver Berger checks the temperatures of the community compost boxes at the Potato House in downtown Williams Lake.

With the temperature reaching a high of 12C in Williams Lake Monday afternoon Oliver Berger was working outside in a T-shirt
These horses approach the fence to say hello Saturday afternoon on the road to Eagle View Equestrian Centre out of Williams Lake.

Winter scene in the Cariboo

A familiar yet picturesque scene Saturday afternoon on the road to Eagle View Equestrian Centre outside of Williams Lake.

These horses approach the fence to say hello Saturday afternoon on the road to Eagle View Equestrian Centre out of Williams Lake.
Williams Lake city workers Kyle Storoschuk (left) and Nelson Landry clear the snow off the stairs descending from Spirit Square Friday morning.

Clearing the walkways of snow

City workers were out Friday plowing and shovelling as Williams Lake received fresh snow overnight.

Williams Lake city workers Kyle Storoschuk (left) and Nelson Landry clear the snow off the stairs descending from Spirit Square Friday morning.
Williams Lake resident Joe Leroy plows his driveway and sidewalks Friday morning after the city received a dump of snow overnight.

Plowing the white stuff

Residents were out in full force Friday clearing driveways and sidewalks of fresh snow.

  • Mar 10, 2017
Williams Lake resident Joe Leroy plows his driveway and sidewalks Friday morning after the city received a dump of snow overnight.
While the early bird might not get the worm

Early morning view from Williams Lake

Environment Canada is predicting lows of -12C and highs of 1C for Williams Lake Monday.

While the early bird might not get the worm