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Kara Fortin, 7, goes for a tube ride down the sledding hill during the second annual Williams Lake Winter Carnival Sunday.
Shelley Striegler (left) and Linda Purjue act out a puppet play for many captivated children Sunday.
Pioneer Log Homes’ Spirit Carver Dean Ross-Gilpin made and auctioned four sculptures at the Winter Carnival in Boitanio Park.
In my last column I wrote about William “The Live Yank” Luce, a miner and prospector who operated a stopping house near Snowshoe Creek.
Students from the TRU Continuing Studies Camp Cook program were honoured Thursday by family and friends at a certificate presentation.
Several children take part in Horsefly’s StrongStart program Wednesday to celebrate Family Literacy Week.
Jarrett Hance and Kaleena Tanis attended the first Cariboo Chilcotin Film Festival hosted by the Williams Lake Film Club Friday.
A Townsend’s solitaire rests on a mountain ash tree in a South Lakeside Drive yard during the weekend.
Multiple snowfalls throughout the week have created less-than-optimal road conditions for drivers in Williams Lake.
Backhoe operator Vicky Lee of M.H. King Excavating helps out residents of Westridge Estates Sunday morning after a winter storm Sunday.
A delightful dinner was enjoyed at the Elk's Hall recently.
Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre executive director Nancy Gale (centre right) accepts a donation from Signal Point Gaming.
Lake City Secondary Grades 7 to 9 band students Kiana Gossen (left), Alex McCormack, Zoe Craig were among the performers.
Gina Graham with the lantern she made at one of the many free activities provided in the BIA’s Winter Lights Festival.
Ruth Hendren spins while Denise Titford catches up on some knitting during the Williams Lake spinners, weavers and fibre artist’s show.
Mike McDonough, the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin’s new board president welcomes guests.
Festive dance that was part of the entertainment taking place around the city in the BIA’s Winter Lights Festival.
Kevin Ernst was the lucky winner of a signed Williams Lake Stampeders jersey during Sunday’s game against the Terrace River Kings.
Lauren Derksen, 8, shows off her project during Cataline Elementary School’s Identity Fair.
Students in a community leadership course at Lake City Secondary’s Columneetza campus returned to Glen Arbor.