Tara Sprickerhoff

Blind curlers to Winnipeg for championships

100 Mile Blind Curlers one of two teams to represent B.C.

Numbers indicate strong real estate year

Real estate boom in lower mainland drives housing demand

Youth beats wisdom in hockey game

Game raises $7,600 for Peter Skene Ogden Secondary grad celebrations

MP to highlight 150 people, places and events

MP Cathy McLeod looking for suggestions on who and what to highlight

100 Mile housing less affordable

32.3 per cent of average income spent on housing costs in area

Blackberry Wood well received

Blackberry Wood came to perform in 100 Mile House at the Critical Mass Pop-Up Gallery

Folk duo to play Cariboo Pioneer Centre

Saskia and Darrel of Great Plains will play in Lac la Hache on March 5

Lawn tractor stolen from shed

The weekly police report from the 100 Mile House RCMP

Basketball team hits the road

Senior boys come out of week of travel with win against Kamloops Christian School

Fraser Insitute schools’ report card released

Parents should look at factors other than rankings, says BCTF

Snowmobilers enjoy Family Day weekend ride

Green Lake Snowmobile Club raises $400 for BC Lions Society

South Cariboo sees increase in population

Numbers from 2016 census show overall decrease in population of CRD

Capilano choir provides workshop to singers

Singers learned different warm up and voice techniques

PSO senior boys defeat Lake City team

100 Mile House Eagles come from behind to win 57-35.

100 Mile Fire Rescue needs new recruits

Info session to be held Feb. 16 in 100 Mile House.

Fentanyl crisis could impact 100 Mile House

“Small communities at the same risk as bigger communities”

Flames engulf home at Horse Lake

Volunteer fire fighters able to save shop and vehicle

Youth perspective provided at mock vote

High-school students participated in a student mock vote at Columneetza and Williams Lake Secondary on Thursday, April 28.

Youth take active role in local politics

Seven Grade 10, 11 and 12 students from both Columneetza and Williams Lake secondary were officially sworn in as the first junior council of Williams Lake at a City council meeting earlier this month.