Year in Review

Since October Tiffany Jorgensen, left, and Sarah Sigurdson of Cariboo Art Beat have worked on panels to create a mural for the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex which is now installed. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

YEAR IN REVIEW: December 2020

COVID restrictions in place for holidays

  • Dec 31, 2020

 

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139 hosted a modified Remembrance Day ceremony on Nov. 11 in 2020 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

YEAR IN REVIEW: November 2020

Williams Lake receives $2.6 million from province’s COVID-19 safe restart grant

  • Dec 31, 2020

 

Joan Sorley and Phyllis Webstad launched Orange Shirt Society’s first and latest book, Orange Shirt Day, which is designed as a textbook for middle school students. (Rebecca Dyok photo)

YEAR IN REVIEW: October 2020

Downtown mural goes ahead

  • Dec 31, 2020

 

McLeese Lake residents protest outside the Williams Lake courthouse after a rash of

YEAR IN REVIEW: September 2020

McLeese Lake residents rally for justice

  • Dec 31, 2020
McLeese Lake residents protest outside the Williams Lake courthouse after a rash of
Tilly Knowles (left) and Tina Derksen exchange a safe hug during a parking lot coffee house hosted by the Old Age Pensioners Organization and the Seniors Activity Centre in July. It was the first gathering since the COVID-19 pandemic closed the centre in March. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

YEAR IN REVIEW: July 2020

Stampede, rotary drive-thru breakfast appreciated

Tilly Knowles (left) and Tina Derksen exchange a safe hug during a parking lot coffee house hosted by the Old Age Pensioners Organization and the Seniors Activity Centre in July. It was the first gathering since the COVID-19 pandemic closed the centre in March. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Black Lives Matter protesters marched through the streets of Williams Lake Friday, June 5, led by teen Rea Klar (Angie Mindus photo)

YEAR IN REVIEW: June 2020

Community shows support with reverse grad parade

Black Lives Matter protesters marched through the streets of Williams Lake Friday, June 5, led by teen Rea Klar (Angie Mindus photo)
Lake City Secondary School Columneetza Campus Grade 8 student Denza Phung (front left) and Peter Skene Ogden Secondary School Grade 11 student Terrance Hubick-Archie (front right) have been crowned School District 27’s First Nations Role Models for 2018. Shantae Guichon and Dallas George, 2017 First Nations Role Models pictured in the back row, were on hand for the celebration. Angie Mindus photo

YEAR IN REVIEW: June

A look back at the month of June in 2018, and some of its top stories

  • Dec 28, 2018
Lake City Secondary School Columneetza Campus Grade 8 student Denza Phung (front left) and Peter Skene Ogden Secondary School Grade 11 student Terrance Hubick-Archie (front right) have been crowned School District 27’s First Nations Role Models for 2018. Shantae Guichon and Dallas George, 2017 First Nations Role Models pictured in the back row, were on hand for the celebration. Angie Mindus photo