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With entertainment, food, vendors, and more than $2,000 in prizes, this year's fair - now with free admission - is better than ever.
Ever since the Art Walk kickoff two weeks ago, many people have been taking in the venues, including youngsters.
Local musicians Al Giddons and Wayne Lucier part of the lineup at last weekend's Métis Jamboree in McLeese Lake.
Joan Beck with the Cariboo Potter’s Guild provided hands-on demonstrations for the museum's 25th anniversary.
Louise Hoyrup (from left), Chris Donaldson, Nancy Thomson, Mackenzie Howse and Audrey Dye volunteered.
Siblings Abbi (left) and Benn Taylor man The Big Squeeze lemonade stand at Taylor Made Cakes and Sweets Friday, Aug. 5.
Vehicles spotted in central, northeast B.C. since being stolen Tuesday
Local youths enjoy a slip and slide event held at Boitanio Park.
On Aug. 1, there was a dedication of the old Stobie Lake Game Warden Cabin.
In the early summer of 1859, Thomas W. Davidson, a miner from Montecristo, California was transporting goods to Fort Alexandria.
The wildly popular new game is a lot of fun; but there are real-life hazards attached to it.
An eagle perches on a tree along South Lakeside Drive Thursday morning.
Williams Lake Stampede Queen Cheyenne Shoults rides during the Billy Barker Days Parade in Quesnel on Sunday.
A young buck snacks on some flowers in a backyard at the Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club recently.
Lake City Secondary School students looking to pick up their free DVD keepsake of their graduation ceremony and Dry Grad Parade.
A group of pelicans seen from the causeway at Scout Island Wednesday evening in Williams Lake.
Richard Jones and Liz Glazier of Pyper Lake, near Chilanko Forks, watch Friday evening’s mountain race.
By 1910, the B.C. Express Co. had replaced its horse drawn passenger stagecoaches with motorized vehicles.
Sacred Heart Catholic School student Kayden Trott, 6, enjoys his turn on the slip and slide as his school celebrates its final week.
Barb Huston checks her bingo card during the Stampede Queen Contest fashion show, impromptu question and speech portion of the contest.