Max Winkelman

Bighorn sheep undergoing COVID-like test

‘If only the bighorn sheep knew to socially-distance from their domestic cousins’

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

40 YEARS AGO (1980): Local members of the British Columbia Government Employees…

Change in telecom direction

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

Hunt for moose calves and mothers wrong

Donna Barnett’s regular column for the 100 Mile Free Press

100 Mile’s longest-serving radio host continues to be off the air

Larry Rode is still recovering from a stroke

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

39 YEARS AGO (1981): RCMP and Search and Rescue co-ordinator John Delves…

Lions extend organ donation campaign

Organ donation something to consider

Hospice campaign going better than expected

‘We’ve been quite surprised with how many people have wanted to get involved’

Funding available for South Cariboo charities

Funding is part of the Government of Canada’s $350 million Emergency Support Fund

Resolution to Parliament sitting under debate

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

100 Mile RCMP seek help in stolen credit card case

Card was used at multiple locations in 100 Mile House

‘Probably the biggest mule deer project to ever occur in this province’

Mule deer research underway in Bonaparte Plateau, Boundary Region and West Okanagan

RV habitation once again a discussion topic for TNRD

“I don’t imagine for a moment that we’ve heard the last of the RV issue”

Canadian politeness will be needed in the months ahead

The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

38 YEARS AGO (1982): Cariboo MLA Alex Fraser announced that the Ministry…

Province approves funding for accessible South Cariboo trails

SCJC voted to provide $30,000 in matching funding

100 Mile coucil votes for 0 per cent tax increase in 2020

Cariboo Trail Sidewalk project to be revisited in 2021

PSO plant sale goes ahead without students

‘The students finished seeding the flowers, tomatoes and peppers, and then COVID-19 came’