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City of Williams Lake employee Dale Beck changes the banner above Oliver Street Monday afternoon. Beck has worked for the city ten years.
Students and staff gather at école Nesika Elementary to recognize Pink Shirt Day.
School District 27 homeschooled students were selling cupcakes Tuesday.
Jerry and Elizabeth Bowes enjoy an outing in Kiwanis Park with their son Aaron, 1, and daughter Hailey, 3.
Guru Nanak Sikh Temple priest Jarnail Singh takes advantage of the beautiful weather and snow melt Wednesday.
The ice was melting quickly on Williams Lake Wednesday with temperatures reaching 13C according to Environment Canada.
The changing signs at Lake City Secondary School Columneetza campus continue to cause a smile for drivers and pedestrians in the area.
With the temperatures well below freezing Williams Lake's thick layer of frozen ice continues to offer skating opportunities.
Residents in the Interior experienced a thawing this week from the last month’s frigid temperatures.
The cold temperature did not stop Jim Robertson from walking his dog Murphy along Midnight Drive on Tuesday afternoon.
Denza Phung sells her crafts at the winter market in Boitanio Mall.
West Fraser accountant Gerda Knuff rides in the Santa Claus Parade in downtown Williams Lake Saturday.
eter MacMillan, Area 41 Director from Prince George (center) visited the Williams Lake Toastmasters Club Wednesday.
Lions Club members Lionel Burnier (left) and Dean Halfnights serve up hotdogs during the Santa Claus Parade at the Winter Lights Festival.
In 1793, Alexander Mackenzie became the first European to cross the North American continent by land.
Thanks the generosity of the community the Williams Lake Tribune Advisor Annual Food and Toy Drive was a success.
The BCHighways app makes use of information from the Ministry of Transportation to keep drivers informed about the roads.
Angela Rud (from left), Tianna Peever and Georgia Di Marco were among the young people helping out.
The Cariboo Potters Guild annual sale held last weekend was busy.
Unseasonably warm weather led to a longer than usual mountain biking season.