Kelly Sinoski

‘Fishing Highway’ reels in new anglers

A surge in the number of new sport-fishing anglers in B.C. is paying off for the Fishing Highway.

Farmers’ market harvests successful season

Community steps up, supports vendors

UPDATED: Crews dealing with power outages in South Cariboo

BC Hydro crews are working on restoring power to 63 customers on Mahood Lake Road.

Police impound trailer hauling tiny home to Yukon

A Vancouver Island driver was pulled over on Highway 97 after serious concerns with his custom-built trailer.

Making Friends

Doug Dent, centre, president of the South Cariboo Community Enhancement Society, presents…

100 Mile Library reopens

It’s a new chapter at the 100 Mile branch of the Cariboo Regional District Library.

Spruce Hill Resort shut down for not following COVID-19 protocols

Guests told to leave immediately Wednesday evening, owner insists shutdown only temporary.

News bites

Briefs from around the area

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News from the past

Old bars, new jail at 108 Heritage site

There’s a new sheriff in town at the 108 Heritage site.

A shepherd minding his flock in 100 Mile wilderness

In May 1986, Richard Bergen began a new, unique occupation - a…

Demand increases for frozen meals during pandemic

Volunteers seeing uptick in demand for frozen seniors’ meals this year.

The last word

In 1960, former Vancouver Sun reporter Carol Shaw moved from Vancouver to…

Kudos to workers keeping 100 Mile beautiful

To the Editor, I would like to thank the people working at…

Time to monkey around at the Interlakes

New playground opens after nearly three years

Making music

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Clinton undergoes TNRD housing needs assessment

Clinton’s mayor hopes to lobby the provincial government for more seniors’ housing.

Cariboo firefighters deployed to Oregon

Twenty-three firefighters from the Cariboo Fire Centre are on their way to U.S.

Contractors struggling to find workers amid pandemic

Some South Cariboo contractors are postponing jobs until spring.