Jeremy Hannaford

Local organizations met with the South Cariboo Joint Committee at the District of 100 Mile House council chambers on June 13. They wanted the municipal politicians to push forward new resolutions concerning poverty and food security to the Union of British Columbia Municipalities.

Food security, poverty discussed with joint committee

South Cariboo organizations ask local government to take lead

Local organizations met with the South Cariboo Joint Committee at the District of 100 Mile House council chambers on June 13. They wanted the municipal politicians to push forward new resolutions concerning poverty and food security to the Union of British Columbia Municipalities.

Bauer brings First Shift to 100 Mile

New learn-to-play hockey program for boys and girls

Trace Kure took third place in 13-year-old boys high jump at the Horse Lake Elementary School track meet on June 2. Kure was in a heated race with Jordan Conway taking second place and Xander Sarver taking first place.

Great skill at Horse Lake track-and-field

Several multiple winners at school athletic competition

Trace Kure took third place in 13-year-old boys high jump at the Horse Lake Elementary School track meet on June 2. Kure was in a heated race with Jordan Conway taking second place and Xander Sarver taking first place.
Members of the Interior Health Authority met with 100 Mile District General Hospital and District of 100 Mile House members at Millsite Lodge on June 7. Led by IHA president Chris Mazurkewich

Interior Health Authority discusses long-term care beds

IHA members meet with local hospital employees and caregivers.

Members of the Interior Health Authority met with 100 Mile District General Hospital and District of 100 Mile House members at Millsite Lodge on June 7. Led by IHA president Chris Mazurkewich

First time national competitors look forward to more training

Racers show off their skills against tough competition

Area resident Cyndi Schwab prepared to shoot an arrow at the Outdoor 3D Archery Shoot at the 99 Mile Snowmobile Club Site on June 4. Schwab took third place in Traditional Recurve Adult Female.

Arrows fly at Bighorn Archery 3D Shoot

Archers from around British Columbia on the mark at weekend shoot

Area resident Cyndi Schwab prepared to shoot an arrow at the Outdoor 3D Archery Shoot at the 99 Mile Snowmobile Club Site on June 4. Schwab took third place in Traditional Recurve Adult Female.
Carey Isnardy

Clinton May Ball Rodeo goes down to the wire

Cache Creek and Clinton competitors take home cash prizes

Carey Isnardy
PSO principal Geoff Butcher

Local apprentices receive apprenticeship awards

Secondary graduates receive $1,000 towards further education

PSO principal Geoff Butcher
Adam Sullivan

Teens compete in Judo Nationals

First time national competitors look forward to more training

Adam Sullivan
U14 100 Mile 'N Hour fastball player Aiden Moore fire a pitch against a Clearwater U 14 player during an exhibition game at Lumberman's Park on June 5. 100 Mile and Clearwater had faced off in the championship game at the Clearwater tournament on May 28-29.

U14 team takes second in Clearwater

Runs galore in four incredible games at fastball tourney

U14 100 Mile 'N Hour fastball player Aiden Moore fire a pitch against a Clearwater U 14 player during an exhibition game at Lumberman's Park on June 5. 100 Mile and Clearwater had faced off in the championship game at the Clearwater tournament on May 28-29.
South Cariboo Rhythmic Gymnastics (SCRG) coach Michaila Robinson performed her creative ribbon routine at the SCRG year-end performance at the South Cariboo Rec. Centre on May 27. The gymnasts put on a great performance with several individual and group acts.

Gymnastics dazzling year-end show enjoyed

Butterflies, hoops and dark lights energize performance

South Cariboo Rhythmic Gymnastics (SCRG) coach Michaila Robinson performed her creative ribbon routine at the SCRG year-end performance at the South Cariboo Rec. Centre on May 27. The gymnasts put on a great performance with several individual and group acts.

Some area gas pumps ran dry

Fort McMurray fire, unplanned Edmonton refinery outage blamed

Ranching program opens opportunities

Local 100 Mile House students learning sustainable skills

U14 fastball team takes second in Clearwater

Runs galore scored at incredible fastball tournament

Gymnastics dazzling in year-end show

Butterflies, hoops and dark lights energize performance

New look for Our Kitchen Corner

Downtown renovations assisted by local facade program

Local apprentices earn apprenticeship awards

Young tradespersons working towards completing their education

Local boys compete in Judo Nationals

First time national competitors look forward to more training

Cheryl Gauthier sold her art pieces at the Rolf Zeis Memorial Arena community market fundraiser on May 14. Funds raised from table rentals are being put towards maintenance operational costs for the arena. The market runs every Saturday until September at the Lac la Hache Community Hall.

Open market for Rolf Zeis Memorial Arena

Lac la Hache community to raise funds for hydro costs

Cheryl Gauthier sold her art pieces at the Rolf Zeis Memorial Arena community market fundraiser on May 14. Funds raised from table rentals are being put towards maintenance operational costs for the arena. The market runs every Saturday until September at the Lac la Hache Community Hall.
Save-On-Foods store manager Richard Bullen

Cupcakes at Save-On-Foods

Free treats for reaching BC Children's Hospital goal

Save-On-Foods store manager Richard Bullen