Max Winkelman

From the archives

A look back in time from the 100 Mile Free Press archives

Picket on Birch Ave

There was an information picket on Birch Avenue for Colten Boushie, a 22-year-old First Nations man shot and killed in Battleford, Saskatchewan.

Principal Mikel Brogan is leaving Forest Grove Elementary School

"All my time in the South Cariboo area has been amazing"

Re: Gerald Stanley trial

A letter to Justin Trudeau by Henning Graf von Platen-Hallermund

Citizen of the Year nominees announced

A grand total of 11 nominations this year for Citizen of the Year

Dealing with snowfall

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

From the Free Press archives

38 Years Ago (1980): An "extremely light" winter snowpack coming after the previous summer's prolonged drought led to speculation about serious effects in the form of water shortages, according to C.H. Coulson, head of the surface water section of the hydrology division of the Ministry of the Environment. At the time, he said that the province had been experiencing "less than average snowpacks" for the past four years.

Foster parent

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

Green Lake Snowarama Poker Ride raises $2,200

Route shortened due to summer wildfires

Provincial politics

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

From the Free Press archives

37 Years Ago (February 1981): South Cariboo residents were concerned trucks carrying radioactive material were travelling through 100 Mile House after a truck driver flipped his Pup near Jackass Mountain while carrying radioactive material, although no leaks were reported. According to Murray Dyer, Kamloops regional manager of the Provincial Emergency Program, said there were probably 400 vehicles with potentially hazardous materials passing through 100 Mile each day.

Winter weather

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

Fire department looking for new recruits

Information session scheduled for Feb. 15

Martin Exeter Hall to re-open in time for Cowboy Concert on Feb 10

'The whole arts community will be thrilled'

Cleaning up blood

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

From the 100 Mile Free Press archives

38 years ago:

Valentines Day brilliance

A weekly family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

‘This overdose crisis is impacting all communities’

Nine overdose deaths in IH area in five days

The week in photos

January 26 to February 1

Planning underway for community forest

'We're going into uncharted areas'