Angie Mindus

‘Slow down’: Williams Lake RCMP caution motorists after overnight rain makes roads icy

Black ice being reported on Highway 20, Likely and Horsefly Roads

Williams Lake RCMP respond to pedestrian-involved collision at Pigeon and Western

Three children aged nine were taken to hospital with what appears to be minor injuries

UPDATE: CMH main entrance reopens, boil water advisory in place due to extreme cold troubles

Hospital remains fully operational but without running water

Cold weather has School District 27 cancelling some Chilcotin bus routes Friday

It is -30C at Tatlayoko Lake Friday morning, Jan. 17

Fox Mountain truck targetted by thieves while dogs kept inside due to cold nights

Green Ford F-150 stolen from driveway on Glenn Road

Head-on collision on Highway 97 sends drivers to hospital Wednesday night

Blowing snow may have reduced visibility

School District 27 buses running again, extreme cold warning lifted for Cariboo Chilcotin

Williams Lake is sitting at -28C Thursday morning, Jan. 16

Daily Stash Cannabis Ltd. receives approval to open in Williams Lake

Roy Buxbaum said he has long been an advocate for the benefits of cannabis

Still North Design Co. donates thousands to Australia after successful T-shirt fundraiser

More than $13,000 donated to help with bushfires

School buses cancelled in all Cariboo communities, Puntzi Mountain records temperature of -48.5C

Frostbite can develop within minutes: Environment Canada

UPDATE: Power restored to 311 customers in Likely, where temperature sits at -29C

BC Hydro crews completed the work in the afternoon

School buses cancelled at Likely and Horsefly due to extreme cold Monday

Puntzi Mountain coldest in B.C. at -41C

Williams Lake businesswoman launches T-shirt fundraiser for fire-ravaged Australia

Courtney Vreeman of Still North Design Co. raised thousands of dollars in just one day

MP Doherty ‘devastated’ after 63 Canadians killed in Ukrainian International Airlines crash in Iran

The crash happened overnight just after the plane took off, killing all 176 passengers on board

B.C. govn’t moose winter tick survey needs public input

Winter tick infestations can be observed on moose during January through April