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Ruth Lloyd

Ruth Lloyd

I am a lifelong learner who returned to school for a diploma in Journalism from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary, graduating in 2009.

This redirect brought me back to B.C. where I first worked for Black Press Media in Fort St. James at The Caledonia Courier and then took a break to do other jobs including biology, archaeology, and working for a community nonprofit.

After moving back to Williams Lake, where I was born and graduated from school, I joined the amazing team at the Williams Lake Tribune in 2021. I love the Cariboo Chilcotin region, its character, wilderness and diversity.

Phone
250-392-2331
Email
ruth.lloyd@wltribune.com

Recent Work by Ruth

Old building, new business in downtown Williams Lake

Old building, new business in downtown Williams Lake

An update has restored an older building in the downtown to become the new home of Cycle Logic
Williams Lake councillor celebrates Earth Day plus birthday

Williams Lake councillor celebrates Earth Day plus birthday

Coun. Michael Moses marked his birthday and Earth Day with a Boitanio Park garbage clean up
Williams Lake RCMP host community safety meeting

Williams Lake RCMP host community safety meeting

At city hall on April 18, many aspects of community safety covered with RCMP leadership
Williams Lake RCMP thank public for assistance

Williams Lake RCMP thank public for assistance

After a missing person’s report on April 22, RCMP said the subject was found safe and sound
UPDATE: Missing elderly person located safe near Williams Lake

UPDATE: Missing elderly person located safe near Williams Lake

A ground and air search and rescue effort resulted in locating a missing person in the Wildwood area
Dirt Relations shows us a better way at Williams Lake screening

Dirt Relations shows us a better way at Williams Lake screening

A mountain biking film sharing a powerful message of coming together for a better future
HOMETOWN: Lucia Johnston loves ranch life in the Cariboo

HOMETOWN: Lucia Johnston loves ranch life in the Cariboo

Having grown up on a ranch and outdoors, this 19-year-old is pursuing an agriculture education
Tick season is in full swing in Cariboo country

Tick season is in full swing in Cariboo country

The small insects can be a common sight in the springtime, especially on grassy hillsides
Williams Lake wife works to find living donor for husband

Williams Lake wife works to find living donor for husband

Wendy Bate is hoping to find a viable kidney for her husband, who needs a transplant
Williams Lake’s 1st ladies mountain bike fest inclusive, exclusive

Williams Lake’s 1st ladies mountain bike fest inclusive, exclusive

Event filled up in five days, showing great support, desire for connection, community
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