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School districts alerted of education data breach

The Ministry of Education has informed education partners and school districts, including School District 27 of a potential data breach.

Residents evacuated after gas line ruptures

There was a very loud hissing sound and foul smell when a gas line on Gibbon Street behind Cariboo Memorial Hospital was ruptured.

A few days left for Art Walk 2015

Arty the Art Walker Willie Dye would like to remind people that the Art Walk and Sale 2015 still has a few more days to go.

Riding program uniquely designed for 4-H

Equestrian 4-H Club members from around the region were put through their paces during the judging events.

BIA prepares for mountain bike tourism symposium

The newly elected Williams Lake BIA board is looking forward to a busy fall with several community events planned.

Stockyards cafe serves 4-H sale

The Williams Lake Stockyards cafe is a going concern this week.

Economic optimism evident

Confidence in Williams Lake’s economic future appears to be growing well.

Gymkhana a fun way to train riders and horses

Gymkhana is a great way for kids and adults to polish their horsemanship skills and enjoy some camaraderie with other riders.

Saturn Alien no alien to city fans

Adults were content to sit but kids couldn’t contain their enthusiasm for dancing when Saturn Alien took the stage last Thursday.

Madeline Tasquin Trading Company concert next week

A surprise summer Safety Meeting concert is coming up next week featuring the Madeline Tasquin Trading Company.

Cheyleigh Sand crowned 2015/16 Stampede Queen

Outgoing 2014/15 Stampede Queen Michelle Ball crowned Miss Daybreak Rotary Cheyleigh Sand as 2015/16 Stampede Queen Saturday evening.

Still Stands the House remounting on stage

In preparation for the zone festival the Studio Theatre is remounting the Gwen Pharis Ringwood play Still Stands the House.

Patenaude/Milne wrap up concerts

Leathan Milne and Marin Patenaude will close out this winter’s Safety Meeting concert series on Friday, May 22.

Zone drama festival returns to lakecity

The Central Interior Zone Drama Festival will now take place in Williams Lake.

SD 27 lays out new community use policy

School District 27’s new draft policy for community use of schools is now on the SD 27 website for public review until May 21.

New draft school use policy prepared for public review

School District 27's new draft policy for community use of schools will be on the district website for the public to review until May 21.

Teens participate in suicide workshop

Suicide is an issue that needs to come out of the shadows and into the light of discussion.

Suicide statistics alarming when it comes to youth

There are five to 10 suicides in the Williams Lake area every year.

School district initiates stakeholder review

School District 27 trustees are seeking the public’s help in reviewing several major issues facing the district.

Conference connects First Nations youth

The Gibraltar Room was filled with First Nations students and youth from around the region participated in Connecting 3 Nations.