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The Maranatha Players are hard at work these days rehearsing for their 15th annual musical Cinderella.
Dignitaries gathered at the Tourism Discovery Centre in Williams Lake Wednesday to celebrate three decades of tourism success in the region.
The Station House Gallery season ends with an opportunity for the public to become part of the an exhibit in a show called The Joy Diary.
Lakecity muralist Dwayne Davis is working on having one of his extra large murals painted on a building in the inner harbour of Victoria.
Legion president Joyce Norberg pinned the first poppy on Mayor Walt Cobb's lapel Friday to begin the Remembrance Day poppy campaign.
Members of the Williams Lake Fiddlers entertain regularly at the Williams Lake legion, Deni House and Seniors Village.
The average person probably doesn’t realize that there are 11 official international emergency colour codes.
The Crossbow musical duo from Kamloops gave a lovely concert of traditional and ancient Irish music at the Seniors Village Thursday.
A total of 39 women raised funds to help a young journalist recover from injuries sustained in a recent bicycle accident.
Teachers will spend part of their first day back at school next week studying traditional First Nations learning principles.
Members of the Lakers Car Club were front and centre again this year supporting the A&W Canada and MS Society of Canada campaign.
Cement crews were on the job early Friday morning pouring cement at the Sam Ketcham Pool construction project.
People who don’t volunteer or spend much time at the Salvation Army drop-in Centre are getting to know the facility through Art Walk.
Central Coast recreational fishery has been fairly good for salmon with the exception of coho which is showing mixed levels of returns.
Earlier this month Ted Hlokoff captured pictures of a big black bear swimming across Nimpo Lake in the Chilcotin.
There will be lots of very well cared for animals for sale tonight at the 58th annual Williams Lake and District 4-H Sale.
On Thursday, Aug. 18 people shopping in downtown Williams Lake will have a chance to win one of several gift certificates.
With the wet summer we have been having mushrooms of all sizes are in their glory this year.
Everyone in the Williams Lake area is invited to join the Canada Day celebrations happening in Boitanio Park Friday, July 1.
Shirley Gibson-Bull of 108 Mile might be what many people term an abstract painter.