Williams Lake Tribune

Nimpkish sold as Northern Sea Wolf resumes central coast route

The sale of the Nimpkish was official as of Sept. 20, 2020


Cariboo’s Strongest tests athletes’ mettle

Twenty men and three women took part

Mayor Walt Cobb awarded Forest Community Champion by FPAC

Tolko Industries Ltd. nominated Cobb

Williams Lake First Nation inks historic cannabis deal with B.C. government

The agreement paves the way for WLFN to sell cannabis to the government, and open stores across B.C.

  • Sep 21, 2020

Cariboo Chilcotin athletes make most of Little Britches Rodeo season

Held Sept. 11-13, the event put the cap on a modified year

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association CEO Amy Thacker named to provincial Tourism Task Force

The Province is allocating $50 million in the Economic Recovery Plan to implement new measures

  • Sep 20, 2020

FOREST INK: Preparing to put up with tent caterpillars

Many tents had been vacated hence the presence of moths

  • Sep 20, 2020

FRENCH CONNECTION: Time for parties to work together

World affairs keep getting worse instead of better, and there is no way we can avoid the fallout

  • Sep 20, 2020

RANCH MUSINGS: When the pressure is off, what is there to muse about on the ranch?

In the meantime, that rain meant a bumper crop of pasture at home and on the open range

  • Sep 20, 2020

Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association hosting virtual AGM Oct. 14

Topics will include plans for the association's winter, indoor sessions and beyond into next season

COLUMNS: No mood for an election

As fall approaches and the possibility of a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic becomes a strong possibility, we could be looking at a repeat of the Spanish flu that killed millions worldwide beginning in 1918.

  • Sep 19, 2020

Lightning storm knocks out power overnight to thousands in Williams Lake area

Rain and risk of more storms in the forecast

Williams Lake UBCM resolution calls for higher wages for early childhood educators

A standard minimum wage of $25 an hour for early childhood educators (ECE) would help address the chronic shortage across the province, says Williams Lake city council.

Issue with phone system for booking lab appointments in Williams Lake being resolved

Interior Health confirmed Friday it should make it easier for people to get through