Monica Lamb-Yorski

New housing on First Avenue scheduled for occupancy Dec. 1

Of the 38 units, only eight will be subsidized, the other 31 will be market rentals

EDITORIAL: Happy Father’s Day

Dads come in all shapes and sizes, with varying talents, skills and energy

Williams Lake principal honoured with Governor General’s Medal

Shirley Giroux graduated from UNBC with her PhD in Health Sciences

New electric vehicle charging station slated for city hall parking lot

Work is expected to get underway in June

Toosey family ‘heartbroken’ over loss of young mom

RCMP have released no new information since the June 8, 2019 homicide

Cariboo Memorial Hospital unveils sacred space

It will be open 24/7

Three rehabilitated raptors released back into the Cariboo region

Two owls and a juvenile bald eagle spent time at Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society in Delta healing from injuries

Ministry and local hound hunters team up for cougar population study

Hound hunters in the Cariboo-Chilcotin region provide equipment and local knowledge

Mountain race gearing up for 2019 Williams Lake Stampede

Organizers will be putting the call out for entries

Williams Lake Slumber Lodge owners hoping to expand operations

City council gave first reading to a development permit amendment application

Diabetes conference underway at TRU Williams Lake

Three Corners Health Services Society has switched the venue this year

Williams Lake city council endorses rail ties as “last resort” fuel source

Council responds to Rail Ties Be Wise request that Atlantic Power not be permitted to burn rail ties

Shaw TV, internet and phone services restored

Shaw customers in the Williams Lake and Quesnel areas were without services for about eight hours

Owner says new four-laning project causes runoff problem

Ministry confirms it has been in contact with the landowner

Breakdown of City’s sweeper has council weighing options

Director of municipal services told council one is available for $276,000

Congratulations 2019 graduates

Our city will be busy this weekend with all things grad

Chilcotin family nurse practitioner part of Red Cross aid mission in Mozambique

Patrice Gordon was the medical co-ordinator working in area hit by Cyclone Idai

Former city councillor to manage one-year Williams Lake hiring initiative

Laurie Walters has been hired by the City and will work out of community futures

Trail Riders tap into council for reprieve on high water bills

President Barb Stuart outlined her association's efforts to fix leaks, replace original water lines and hydrants

VIDEO: Orange Shirt Day office opens in Williams Lake

Founder Phyllis Webstad will manage the office