Indian Hacker

Children concerned: suspicious person not a safety risk

100 Mile RCMP responded to 59 complaints and calls for service during the past week.

Flu shots safe and effective for pregnant women

Pregnant women reminded of the importance of getting a flu shot

Making progress: modernizing B.C.’s justice system

The B.C. Liberal government continues moving forward on its commitment to modernize the justice system.

Free tele-workshop on dementia slated

Preparing for the journey with dementia is an important step for family caregivers and those living with the health issue

100 Mile RCMP report

Drinking drivers, telephone fraud and fuel theft keep RCMP busy

Rotary’s leadership vital to eradicating polio worldwide

India being polio-free is proof Rotary International is capable of bringing the world to the threshold of polio eradication

Melody Newcombe

My favourite books

Melody Newcombe shares one of her favourite books, After River

Melody Newcombe
Jim Beck has opened a whole new world with the help of his tutor Mary Packham.

Literacy learner writes about experiences

Jim Beck's experience is that learning to read can open many doors

Jim Beck has opened a whole new world with the help of his tutor Mary Packham.
Anita Price photo  Gertrud Springmann

ESL Cafés are a fun and social way to learn English

The ESLSAP program has provided opportunities for those with English as their newest language

Anita Price photo  Gertrud Springmann
Noreen Beer

My favourite books – Noreen Beer

Noreen Beer shares one of her favourite books - Pillars of the Earth

Noreen Beer

My favourite books – Mary Packham

Mary Packham shares one of her favourite books, The Warmth of Other Suns

CRD chair Al Richmond provides year-end report

During the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) Dec. 14 board meeting, board chair Al Richmond provided his annual year-end address

Emergency Services personnel were called to this single-vehicle rollover incident that occurred just north of the Lac la Hache transfer station around 9 a.m. on Jan. 4. A witness says the pickup truck rolled up and over the barbed-wire fence. Police say the three occupants of the vehicle suffered minor abrasions.

100 Mile House RCMP had a relatively quiet yuletide season

Motor-vehicle incidents, break-ins and thefts on the police blotter

Emergency Services personnel were called to this single-vehicle rollover incident that occurred just north of the Lac la Hache transfer station around 9 a.m. on Jan. 4. A witness says the pickup truck rolled up and over the barbed-wire fence. Police say the three occupants of the vehicle suffered minor abrasions.
Since the middle of December

Drivers contributing to incidents on wintry roads

RCMP urging motorists to slow down and prepare for winter driving conditions

Since the middle of December

Have a healthy holiday season with wonderful food

With a little planning holiday festivities can be healthy

Online Safety: Stay safe, stay social

Social media offers the ability to immediately connect with other people – and that has both good and bad implications

Preventing falls keeps seniors independent

Falls are the most common cause of injury for British Columbia seniors

RCMP warning motorist to slow down in wintry conditions

100 Mile House RCMP responded to 61 complaints and calls for service during the past week.

Winter weather driving safety important

British Columbia, BC Ambulance Service wants all residents to be aware that road conditions can change quickly

New tools to improve care for those with dementia

People with dementia, their families, physicians and care providers now have new resources to help them