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An album recorded in Horsefly has won a Canadian JUNO Award
Now she is a scholar, dancer, author, public speaker, mother, grandmother and an advocate
Yellow Umbrella/Thyme for Tea opens for the season March 18 at 150 Mile House.
The Studio Theatre’s production of the iconic musical Cabaret begins its three-week run Wednesday with all the hurly burly madness.
The Timber Kings show on the Home and Garden Network continues to thrill audiences and build fans worldwide.
About 175 people crammed into the cafeteria at TRU Thursday evening to learn more about Atlantic Power's proposal to burn rail ties.
Safeway in Williams Lake has a brand new manager poised to take the store in a healthier new direction with popular British Chef.
The 2016 Parade of Choirs coming up Sunday in support of the Hough Memorial Cancer Society promises an interesting mix.
If Williams Lake city council has its way, prolific and high risk offenders will be subject to GPS tracking.
Whether you hunt or not, learning how to use a rifle or shotgun safely is probably a good thing for people living in the Cariboo Chilcotin.
The local Canadian Mental Health Association has received a total of almost $30,000 in government grants to fight racism.
Jamie Bourdon is new to community theatre and despite opening night jitters last week is loving her first foray on the stage.
The Williams Lake Studio Theatre is very pleased with School District 27’s announcement that it will be repurposing the closed Glendale.
Parents interested in having their child attend the Nature Kindergarten program at Scout Island Nature Centre.
The Masquerade Ball for the Cariboo Memorial Hospital held Saturday night at the Sacred Heart Hall was an overwhelming success,.
One of the founding members of the Williams Lake and District Credit Union was honoured as part of International Credit Union Day.
The new Williams Lake Central Business Improvement Area board members are full of energy and new ideas for creating a vibrant downtown.
Author and illustrator to learn their book Dipnetting with Dad won the Gold Medal for the Moonbeam Award’s Best First Picture Book.
While some sectors of the Canadian economy are in a slump, the Williams Lake Job Fair at the Gibraltar Room offered lots.
The School District 27 board unanimously endorsed the creation of a nature-based Kindergarten to start in September, 2016.