Millar Hill

Diaries of a city kid: Dancing on my own

Dating is difficult in general, but it can be even harder for…

South Cariboo horses have a way of healing

Equine Assisted Learning an experiential method of developing and fostering life skills

On a journey with Forest Grove artist Neil Pinkett

Art by Neil Pinkett will be on display at Parkside Art Gallery from May 17 - June 15

100 Mile House Fire Chief Roger Hollander doles out advice on how to FireSmart

How to avoid potential fire hazards this summer

100 Mile House Council votes to break “grass” ceiling

Dispensaries must be 50 metres apart from one another and 100 metres away from any school grounds

How to make friends in the Cariboo 101

Friendship applications are open

Mile 108 Elementary student has a need for speed

‘I thought it was the coolest thing - the fast cars, burnouts and the smoke.’

From an Etch A Sktech to a showcase

New collection of work set for South Cariboo Business Centre

BC Wildfire Service adds new items to list of activities to Category 2 open burning prohibition

Larger Category 3 open fires have been prohibited throughout the Cariboo Fire Centre since April 15

A new motocross track for 100 Mile House

The grand opening is aimed for the end of May.

Provinical government allocates $5.3 million to communities facing increased gang-related activity

These programs provide protective factors to adolescents who are of risk to involvement in crime

The CRD Solid Waste Management encourages residents to double-check before recycling

Decreasing trends in contamination levels for the cariboo district

Diaries of a city kid: A series of firsts

You know the saying there is a first for everything? Well, in…

100 Mile House Kokoro Judo Club wraps up another year

‘You can see how proud the children are of their own accomplishments’

Going from local beer to bacon

Farmers benefit from local craft brewery

Diary of a city kid

If I were to admit something about myself, it would be that…

Historic Cariboo Wagon Road Restoration Project receives first phase funding

New Pathways to Gold Society receives $54,550 for initial phase of restoration project