Monica Lamb-Yorski

VIDEO: Job fair bustling at the Cariboo Memorial Complex

It's bustling at the Cariboo Memorial Complex's Gibraltar Room this morning with the Cariboo Chilcotin Aboriginal Training and Employment Centre (CCATEC) and WorkBC Employment Services job fair underway.

Vehicle restrictions targeting resident hunters BC Wildlife Federation says

Last Friday the Ministry of Forests announced vehicle restrictions for people hunting in areas impacted by the summer's wildfires.

Inspection of Highway 20 bridge underway

An engineering firm is in Williams Lake Monday to inspect the overpass on Highway 20 just west of Mackenzie Avenue.

PHOTO: September gives way to October

A double rainbow spans the sky looking east in Chimney Valley Saturday evening.

Update: Power restored to most areas

Less than 10 customers remain without power after BC Hydro restored power to 3,000 customers Friday.

Vehicle restrictions in place to protect big game in wildfire areas

The Ministry of Forests announced Friday it is putting vehicle restrictions in areas impacted by the Elephant Hill, Chilcotin Plateau and Hanceville-Riske Creek fires to protect wildlife.

Relocation of Cataline bus loop proposed

The public will have the first opportunity to see proposed plans for relocating the Cataline Elementary School bus loop at an upcoming open house.

VIDEO: Hopelessness in wildfire losses: MLA Barnett

Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett is pleading for government to assist people who lost their homes in the summer's wildfires.

Community enjoys movie night under the stars

Williams Lakers enjoyed a welcome home celebration Friday at the Stampede Grounds hosted by the United Way Thompson Nicola Cariboo and several sponsors.

Update: Power restored

BC Hydro said a tree on a power line was the cause of an outage earlier Monday.

New detox beds for Williams Lake

Axis Family Resources is running a four-bed community-based withdrawal management program in Williams Lake.

Renovation of old museum for Jubilee House nears completion

Workers have been busy at the former Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin since Aug. 12 doing a major retrofit so the building can be used as the new Jubilee House.

Renovation of old museum for Jubilee House nears completion

Workers have been busy at the former Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin since Aug. 12 doing a major retrofit so the building can be used as the new Jubilee House.

Court to fix a date for Roger William trial

The charge of sexual interference with someone under the age of 16 against Xeni Gwet'in Chief Roger William received a second appearance in Williams Lake Provincial Court Wednesday, Sept. 20.

Parts of pool to close for three weeks as construction continues

While crews remove a temporary wall and complete tiling between phase one and phase two parts of the new pool will need to be closed.

More recreation sites and trails re-opened in Cariboo region

With the return of clear skies, but somewhat chilly temperatures, the ministry of forests announced Wednesday more recreation sites and trails are being re-opened in the Cariboo region, effective Sept. 13.

Air quality improves to low risk

More evacuation alerts were lifted near fires in the Chilcotin on the weekend and residents in Williams Lake woke up to a low risk air quality index Monday.

USW donates $41,000 to Canadian Red Cross

Every penny counts.

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Williams Lake and 100 Mile House

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for the B.C. Interior, including Williams Lake and 100 Mile House.

Cariboo Fire Centre amends area restrictions around fires

Area restrictions in the Cariboo-Chilcotin have been expanded around several fires to help protect public safety and allow fire suppression efforts to continue safely and efficiently.