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Driver speed and crashes have both increased since the speed limit along the stretch of highway was raised in 2014.
Kaitlyn Lulua and her dad, Jimmy Lulua, participate in the National Aboriginal Day Parade Tuesday in downtown Williams Lake.
Tyde and Teakren Keehn enjoy watermelon in the sunshine at the National Aboriginal Day celebration in the park on Tuesday.
Adult winners recently announced from the left are Rick Magnell, Leah Selk, Neil Pinkett and Amy Mitchell.
Pilot suffers serious injuries in noon crash at Flying U Guest Ranch near 100 Mile House
Pathfinder Zeah Rusch (left) and Girl Guide leader Heather Rolston accept cheques totalling $530 from Graeme McIntosh.
Bercar Construction Ltd. carpenters work putting concrete bases for new Williams Lake Stampede Park signage.
Ulkatcho (Anahim Lake) Band Councillors and Chief Betty Cahoose-Quilt officially break ground for a new health centre in the community.
The Petal family drive cattle out of Anaham Meadows on their way to summer range recently on day two of their three-day cattle drive.
Joan Evans, Nenqayni Wellness Centre intake co-ordinator and Denise Archie, Senior Probation Officer greet visitors.
It was sunny skies ahead for boaters on Quesnel Lake Sunday heading out for a trip up the north arm.
City employee Wyatt Ball operates equipment Wednesday where the city is resurfacing the tennis courts on Fourth Avenue North.
Fortis BC customer service technician Ryan Brown cuts the gas line near Toop Road and Broadway Avenue Wednesday.
Kristy Oler, 7, and her brother Brennan, 2, of Meldrum Creek enjoy the warmer-than normal water at Till Lake Sunday afternoon.
Lioness Club member Raynell Hilton (from right) and Lion’s Club member Wilf Goerwell serve up breakfast.
West Fraser harvesting supervisor Amanda Black presents the company’s compliance award winners.
Tolko area supervisor Zach Drift (right) presents Tony Frizzi, Ken Bernier and Galvin Hoyer with compliance and enforcement awards.
Team captains Sky Moses (left) and Loretta Jeff shake hands before they begin a traditional game of Lahal.
Guests received a welcome reception during McHappy Day Wednesday.
Volunteer Byron Schulz of Broadway Drywall and Installation helps repair bicycles Saturday during the annual Bicycle Rodeo.