Monica Lamb-Yorski

Six projects selected for tourism destination development funding in CCCTA region

Overall purpose of one-time funding to elevate tourism opportunities

CRD holds the line on no funding for indepdendent fire departments

The board debated the issue during its July 10 board meeting

Thieves target mailboxes north of Williams Lake

RCMP said the parcel compartment was pried open

2020 white Toyota RAV stolen in Williams Lake

Cariboo Chevrolet Buick GMC notified RCMP of the theft Saturday, July 18

Williams Lake proceeding with tax sale, move normally results in payment of delinquent taxes

COVID-19 did not impact the percentage of taxes paid, said City's CFO

For the love of treasures, carving an upcycling niche in Williams Lake

Couple return to Williams Lake, start new career

Fuel treatment in Fox Mountain woodlot a multiprong approach

Crews mitigate wildfire risks in interface areas

Bridging the gap: Williams Lake leaders engage with First Nations community for better understanding

City councillors and staff responsed to an invitation from Esk'etemc

Longhouse proposed for possible COVID-19 housing in Williams Lake

'We are probaby looking at a second wave, we can't stick our heads in the sand,' said Rosanna McGregor

City of Williams Lake continues to chip away at debt load

In five years the total owing has been reduced from $14.1 million to $9.3 million

City overcharged South Lakeside residents on water and sewer tax, says Judy Albin

City staff are seeking direction from city council on how to proceed at Tuesday meeting

Emergency crews respond to single vehicle crash in Williams Lake

City worker praised for quick first aid response

BCWS plans for woody debris burning in Esler area near Williams Lake

The debris is from wildfire risk reduction work

RCMP investigating shots fired complaint north of Williams Lake July 5

Two suspects were arrested, one has since died due to a pre-existing medical condition

Evacuation alert issued for one property 20 km north of Williams Lake

The alert was issued by the CRD late Thursday afternoon

Flooding forces closure of Cedar Point Provincial Park Campground near Likely

It is closed until further notice due to flooding from Quesnel Lake

Wildfire crews to burn Fox Mountain fuel management woody debris

Burning could begin as early as July 8 and go until as late as Sept. 29

Woodjam Ranch in Horsefly winners of BC Cattlemen’s sustainability award

Seelhofs recognized for environmental stewardship values

Cariboo vegetable farmer swamped by Fraser River flooding

Brianna van de Wijngaard was picking vegetables three feet below the water

Evacuation order lifted for second Frizzi Road property

The order went into effect on April 26, 2020 due to high water flows in the river valley