Max Winkelman

Funding available for South Cariboo charities

Funding is part of the Government of Canada's $350 million Emergency Support Fund

Resolution to Parliament sitting under debate

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

100 Mile RCMP seek help in stolen credit card case

Card was used at multiple locations in 100 Mile House

‘Probably the biggest mule deer project to ever occur in this province’

Mule deer research underway in Bonaparte Plateau, Boundary Region and West Okanagan

Province approves funding for accessible South Cariboo trails

SCJC voted to provide $30,000 in matching funding

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

33 YEARS AGO (1987): 200 firefighters including a six-member provincial overhead team battled an approximately 800 hectares blaze in the Canoe Creek-Onion Lake area 40 km southwest of 100 Mile. As of Monday morning, the fire was out of control, said forestry spokesman Ian De Lisle, but provided there were no winds, he anticipated it would well be in hand by the afternoon. The fire started Friday afternoon. By Saturday it had spread to 20 hectares but was well contained until gusts of winds swept through the region Saturday afternoon.

A Mother’s Day unlike any other

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

BC’s Restart Plan: Where is Rural BC?

Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna Barnett's regular column for the 100 Mile Free Press

Business owner says District of 100 Mile House can do better

'I would expect a little more courtesy and diplomacy'

Interior Health to resume elective surgeries

"Our priority is to minimize the risk of transmission of COVID-19"

CRD votes for more gradual water fee increase in Lac la Hache

Rate had not been increased since 2009

100 Mile RCMP disabled vehicle, tackled suspect after threats

Highway 24 was briefly closed due to the incident

Conservation Officer Service investigates bear shot in 100 Mile House

'Firing a high-powered rifle in a residential area could have resulted in tragedy'

Handguns seem like a bigger problem than rifles

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

2017 Elephant Hill wildfire most likely caused by smoking materials

Investigation did not identify who started the fire

Kearl Lake workers from B.C. reminded to self-isolate due to COVID-19

15 laboratory-confirmed worker cases in B.C., 12 of which in Interior Health

100 Mile firefighters run in gear to show support for health-care workers

'We are asking folks to just give a honk in support'

Evacuation alert for Bridge Creek – Houseman Road area due to flooding

Preparation instructions included for residents

BCLC re-introduces option to buy advanced tickets amid COVID-19 concerns

'Suspending the option prompted players to leave their homes more frequently'