Indian Hacker

National Pharmacare vitally important

Instead of taking a leadership role on Pharmacare, our federal government has let each province and territory set up their own drug plan

Decision May 14, 2013 Gary Young

Cariboo-Chilcotin candidate Gary Young answers Free Press questions

Decision May 14, 2013 Donna Barnett

Cariboo-Chilcotin candidate Donna Barnett answers Free Press questions

Decision May 14, 2013 Dustin Price

Cariboo-Chilcotin candidate Dustin Price answers Free Press questions

Decision May 14, 2013 Charlie Wyse

Cariboo-Chilcotin candidate Charlie Wyse answers Free Press questions

Three Credit Union directors acclaimed

Williams Lake and District Credit Union held its annual general meeting on April 29

Community and Parents Advisory Council members Kelly Kelsey

CPAC appreciates hard work, donation

President of the Forest Grove Legion Jim Tindale attended an assembly at Forest Grove Elementary School on April 8

Community and Parents Advisory Council members Kelly Kelsey

Residential school commemoration project underway

The St. Joseph’s Mission Residential School Commemoration Project announced a series of events and initiatives in the coming weeks

Celebrate Earth Day

April is the month to acknowledge how our small tasks of recycling, reducing and re-using benefits our surroundings

A little bird told me

A little bird told me

Creeks in the Cariboo have undergone a lot of changes brought about by humans and their activities

A little bird told me

Free Parents Helping Parents underway at CFEC

Parents Helping Parents is a free drop-in supportive group for parents/caregivers

Symbol of support

Area resident asked to wear daffodil pins as show of support

During April (Daffodil Month), the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is asking 100 Mile House residents to wear a daffodil pin

Symbol of support
An offshoot group from the Cariboo Calico Quilters at Horse Lake is proud to produce and donate Quilts of Valour to wounded Canadian soldiers.

Cariboo Calico Quilters members create Quilts of Valour

Canadian Quilts of Valour provides returning wounded soldiers with a homemade quilt

An offshoot group from the Cariboo Calico Quilters at Horse Lake is proud to produce and donate Quilts of Valour to wounded Canadian soldiers.

Food preparation safety important

Safe food handling critical when your immune system is weak

100 Mile House RCMP seeking input on detachment priorities

100 Mile House RCMP responded to 44 complaints and calls for service during the past week

BC Coroners Service urges proper preparation for backcountry outings

The BC Coroners Serviceis encouraging all those going out into the backcountry to take special care

BC SPCA Lottery for the animals underway

Tickets are on sale now for the 2013 BC SPCA Lottery

Healthy Forests-Healthy Communities final report out

Thirteen recommendations, strategic action plan offered

Promises, promises, promises

Deceitful promises do, indeed, suck the joy out of life and the B.C. Liberals have demonstrated this fact many times

Spring into action by checking your smoke alarm

100 Mile House Fire-Rescue remind residents it's a great time to check their smoke alarms