Angie Mindus

Williams Lake RCMP honour Nova Scotia victims

Ceremony took place Friday, April 24

Out of control: High water volume wreaking havoc on Williams Lake sewer system

City asks residents to moderate water usage as broken line spills partially treated effluent

Update: Work to fix broken sewage line in Williams Lake River Valley Sunday unsuccessful

Residents asked to use water sparingly to limit effluent

City gets approval for emergency funds to address river valley flooding immediately

Crews and equipment getting moved in Saturday (April 25)

High water has city staff, Scout Island volunteers scrambling to keep up

Flooding is threatening to take away pedestrian bridge at Scout Island, damage city infrastructure

Update: Power restored to 474 customers from Alexis Creek to Kleena Kleene

Storms swept through the area Saturday

Evacuation order issued due to flooding for properties in Miocene/Rose Lake area

The Cariboo Regional District issued the order for Hawks Creek - Horsefly Road Friday, April 24

Update: Soda Creek Road impacted by spring flooding

The trouble spot is about 15 kilometres from Williams Lake

Williams Lake RCMP to take part in nationwide moment of silence for Nova Scotia victims

Everyone encouraged to wear red today, Friday, April 24

BCWF: Hunting, fishing listed as essential service during COVID-19 pandemic

Hunting is under Food and Agriculture Service Providers in the list of essential services

Breaking: River Valley Trail closed due to washout, unsafe conditions

City crews are assessing the situation

High waters flood parts Scout Island Thursday, April 23

"The water is dangerous and conditions can change quickly"

UPDATE: Flooding situation continues to evolve in 150 Mile area

No shelter in place order for 150 Mile area

Update: Power restored at 150 Mile House area

470 customers were without power

Williams Lake officers complete hero workout to honour fallen RCMP officer

The 23-minute workout was to honour Const. Heidi Stevenson's 23 years of service

BREAKING: Spring flooding wreaking havoc on Cariboo Chilcotin roads

Washouts have closed Nazko Road, Spokin Lake Road and Little Greeny Road

Northern B.C. First Nation told to isolate after released inmate with COVID-19 visited

Chief Joe Alphonse asks residents of rural community to stay within their homes and self-isolate

Released inmate tests positive for COVID-19, exposes Tl’etinqox First Nations community to virus

Chief Joe Alphonse asks residents of rural community to stay within their homes and self-isolate

Update: Spring flooding wreaking havoc on Cariboo Chilcotin roads

Washouts have closed Nazko Road, Spokin Lake Road, Little Greeny Road and 150 Mile House roads

School District 27 staff provide teaching, supervising and food services through pandemic

'Anything we can do to help,' says superintendent Chris van der Mark