Max Winkelman

Cariboo Trail sidewalk project awarded to Bree Contracting Ltd. at $1,038,450

Nordics to receive $25,000 for snow cat

FOI documents offer closer look at cause of Elephant Hill wildfire

Conditions were right for ignition from a cigarette

Police watchdog investigating after 100 Mile man dies two days after being arrested

The man had been released by RCMP on June 26 and taken to a shelter, where he was found dead the next day

A burst of artistic energy

A family column for the 100 Mile Free Press

A huge thank you to readers and community members

Max Winkelman is leaving the 100 Mile Free Press

Zoning bylaws pass third reading

Public meeting was poorly attended

Graffiti sprayed on 100 Mile Community Hall

'We're having a hard time through this COVID'

Highway 97 to be repaved in 100 Mile House following complaints

'It's been over a month now since those holes have been developing'

ATV riders up to enjoy the 100 Mile House track

'I've got a little hole in my tire from a rock but the track's in great shape'

Stemete7uw’i Friendship Centre in need of help

'At present we do not have the funds to operate for more than a couple of months'

2020 issue of Cariboo Calling out now

Come grab your free issue of this local historical publication

Rain a concern beyond commuting

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

Owner looks to rezone property in Lac la Hache

The existing number of dwellings are not allowed under the current zoning

Finding the right time to pull a band-aid off is a tricky thing

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

Greeny Lake VFD becoming a CRD fire department considered not viable

'We must ensure that the services we provide are realistically sustainable'

Rain prompts travel advisories, road closures in Cache Creek area

No stopping during heavy rain on highways near Cache Creek

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

40 YEARS AGO (1980): Provincial Minister of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum, Bob McClelland announced that if may be possible to utilize the large deposits of low grade coal in the Hat Creek Valley north of Lillooet as a source of gasoline fuel. He stated that the Energy Development Agency had entered into negotiations to issue a contract for a feasibility study on producing liquid fuels from the deposit. Cariboo MLA Alex Fraser, minister of transportation and highways, commented that the process for producing liquid fuel was not new.

CFEC received $15,000 to serve clients during COVID-19

'We're very excited of course'

Four PSO students receive athlete awards

'I did extra to show them that I deserved it'

100 Mile receives $235,000 for Community Transition Capacity Project

'We're just sorting it all out right now'