Mt. Timothy anticipates one of its busiest seasons

General manager Walter Bramsleven said the ski hill has improved its facilities and infrastructure.


Interior Douglas-fir regenerating poses challenges: Forest Practices Board

A special investigation report was released Sept. 17


MP Doherty asks students to submit artwork for his 2021 calendar

The deadline for submissions is Nov. 6, 2020

Highway 99 closed due to Rockslide near Lillooet

Crews are currently working to clear the road

Cariboo Fire Centre crew heading to Oregon to assist with firefighting efforts

20 firefighters, a division supervisor, task force leader and agency representative being deployed

HAPHAZARD HISTORY: The Prior House at Little Lake

Samuel Crabtree Prior was born in London in 1871. He made his way to Canada at the young age of 13.

  • Sep 7, 2020

In real estate, local matters!

Your full-service Williams Lake real estate solutions are here

  • Sep 7, 2020

Looking good: Upgrades to popular Xatśūll Heritage Village lookout complete

The cost of the project was covered by Soda Creek Indian Band (SCIB) and Cariboo Regional District

  • Sep 3, 2020

COLUMNS: Return to school in jeopardy

Students and teachers are still facing a great deal of uncertainty

  • Aug 29, 2020

CRD directors deny mainland parking for Lac La Hache island lot-owners in close vote

Land owners on Crown Royal and Emerald Islands will have to find another place to park their cars

Lorne Doerkson running for Liberal MLA nomination in Cariboo-Chilcotin

It’s the first foray into politics for the Williams Lake resident

Michael Geoghegan vying for Cariboo-Chilcotin Liberal MLA nomination

The Williams Lake consultant said he believes it will be a contest

‘We’re a community on the edge’: Cariboo residents plan courthouse protest over escalating crime

Residents say they are being targeted by prolific criminals who are going unpunished by the courts

Midwives look to fill a gap in health care

Megan Corbett and Krista Hamblin have launched Cariboo Midwives.

RANCH MUSINGS: Taking a walk down memory lane while haying

The other evening I was sent home after being out in 30 degree heat all day raking and baling.

  • Aug 23, 2020

Soda Creek Sweet Corn bounty not ready for harvest just yet

The corn needs a little more time to ripen

New ag building nearly ready for opening at Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park

The multi-purpose building features an upstairs lounge and ability to host community events