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Double Diamond family entertainment coming up June 9

World famous children’s musical entertainer Charlotte Diamond is returning to perform in the lakecity this month.

New bike rack at Community Corner

Community Corner celebrated its sixth anniversary Saturday morning with the unveiling of a new bike rack.

Contest inspires guitar students to excel

The third annual Guitar Seller’s Music Contest 2015/16 has been very successful once again, say event organizers.

Maranatha Players win best ensemble production at zone festival

Adjudicator Sarah Rodgers (left) presents the cast and crew of the Maranatha…

Prince George Pocket Theatre wins best production at zone festival in Williams Lake

The Prince George Pocket Theatre production wins best play at the Central Interior Zone Theatre Festival in Williams Lake Saturday.

First show a beautiful mix of styles

Judging by the dress rehearsal Wednesday evening the first dance revue shows major promise.

Central Interior Zone Theatre Festival begins Wednesday

The Central Interior Zone Theatre Festival begins Wednesday at the Studio Theatre in Williams Lake.

Williams Lake Optometry opens Monday

“Everyone calls me Dr. Kate,” says Dr. Kate Dalrymple, who is fulfilling her dream to open her own eye care clinic in Williams Lake.

Studio Theatre stages two plays for zone festival

The Williams Lake Studio Theatre is pulling out all of its resources to host the Central Interior Zone Festival this month.

Fire destroys Million Steps for MS walker’s home in Bella Coola

Million Steps walker for MS Tim Michalchuk and his family suffered a devastating blow when their Bella Coola home burned down Thursday.

View the planet Mercury by telescope this morning at Scout Island

The public is invited to Scout Island this morning May 9 until about noon to look into telescopes to watch the planet Mercury.

Hoehnes worried about family and friends in Fort McMurray

Ruth Hoehne has hardly slept since Tuesday afternoon when a neighbour happened to ask her how her sisters in Fort McMurray were doing.

Fort McMurray fire evacuation separates a family

Dave and Jennifer Oger were separated from each other, from their children and their dogs during the evacuation of Fort McMurray.

McLeese Lake Farmer’s Market enters third year

There are so many country drives available in the Cariboo that one could choose a different destination every weekend to enjoy.

Death Defying Acts begins run tonight

The Studio Theatre’s production Death Defying Acts begins a two-week run this evening.

Tim Michalchuk to complete his walk for MS Saturday

Bella Coola's Tim Michalchuk plans to complete his Million Steps walk for MS from Prince George to Vancouver tomorrow.

Marin Patenaude to open for Sarah McLachlan

One of the Cariboo’s rising young singer/songwriters, Marin Patenaude, will open for international singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan.

Young entertainer to rock rodeo dance

Rising young country singer/songwriter Ben Klick will be rocking the Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo stage Friday.

Walking and wheeling forum helps to sort out community needs

About 30 people participated in the Walking and Wheeling in the Puddle: Active Transportation forum that took place Saturday.

Tiller’s Folly here for museum festival

A heritage festival featuring the quintessential Canadian folk group Tiller’s Folly will mark the museum's 25th anniversary in August.