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Robin Hunt and Johan Bos, the owners and operators of Big Rock Ranch are a newly registered bee-friendly farm in British Columbia. Here they are photographed on their ranch after returning from Washington, D.C., earning themselves a Farmer-Rancher Pollinator Conservation Award during the 19th Annual NAPPC International Conference. Millar Hill photo.

Work hard, stay bumble: South Cariboo Farmers receive Famer-Rancher Pollinator Conservation Award

‘Once we had the bees, we realized how crucial they are’

Robin Hunt and Johan Bos, the owners and operators of Big Rock Ranch are a newly registered bee-friendly farm in British Columbia. Here they are photographed on their ranch after returning from Washington, D.C., earning themselves a Farmer-Rancher Pollinator Conservation Award during the 19th Annual NAPPC International Conference. Millar Hill photo.
BC Wildfire Service firefighters. BC Wildfire Service photo.
BC Wildfire Service firefighters. BC Wildfire Service photo.
Nathalie Lachapelle is pictured receiving her flu shot administered by Public Health nurse Virginia Courtney inside the free clinic at the South Cariboo Health Clinic on Wednesday, Oct. 30., 2019. The clinic runs today (Oct. 30) until 5 p.m. Millar Hill photo.
Nathalie Lachapelle is pictured receiving her flu shot administered by Public Health nurse Virginia Courtney inside the free clinic at the South Cariboo Health Clinic on Wednesday, Oct. 30., 2019. The clinic runs today (Oct. 30) until 5 p.m. Millar Hill photo.
From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

16Years Ago (2003): The Peter Skene Ogden Secondary School Grad Committee turned…

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press
Fine local dining in Ode to Autumn

Fine local dining in Ode to Autumn

‘We are sourcing everything locally’

Fine local dining in Ode to Autumn
Brandon Plewes, president of the South Cariboo Track and Trail Dirtbike Association, faced some serious injuries back in August that ended his riding season a little short. Since the injury, Plewes has started the Backing Racers and Parents Foundation - offering financial support to riders who face injuries. Millar Hill photo.

100 Mile motocross rider starts a foundation to support injured riders

‘I want the support that I had to be felt by other people’

Brandon Plewes, president of the South Cariboo Track and Trail Dirtbike Association, faced some serious injuries back in August that ended his riding season a little short. Since the injury, Plewes has started the Backing Racers and Parents Foundation - offering financial support to riders who face injuries. Millar Hill photo.
COLUMN: My generation

COLUMN: My generation

We are considered to be diverse, innovative, connected, educated and idealistic. However,…

COLUMN: My generation
100 Mile business wins two International Property Awards in Toronto

100 Mile business wins two International Property Awards in Toronto

‘The competition that we were up against was very daunting’

100 Mile business wins two International Property Awards in Toronto
What issue was most important to you during the 2019 Election?

What issue was most important to you during the 2019 Election?

The 100 Mile Free Press asks Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo voters their opinion

What issue was most important to you during the 2019 Election?
How do you feel about the election?

How do you feel about the election?

The 100 Mile Free Press asked voters their opinion

How do you feel about the election?
Snow, showers and sunnier weather forecast for South Cariboo over coming days

Snow, showers and sunnier weather forecast for South Cariboo over coming days

Residents can expect warmer temperatures come mid-week

Snow, showers and sunnier weather forecast for South Cariboo over coming days
From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

28 Years Ago (1991): A heavy turn out was projected for South…

From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press
Peter Skene Ogden Students: If you could vote in the election, what party would it be and why?
Peter Skene Ogden Students: If you could vote in the election, what party would it be and why?
Const. Nicholas Theoret was awarded the Commanding Officer’s Commendation for the 2017 Wildfires by District Officer in the BC RCMP Southeast District, C/Supt. Brad Haugli at the Southeast District RCMP annual awards ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 10., in Kelowna, British Columbia. Submitterd photo.
Const. Nicholas Theoret was awarded the Commanding Officer’s Commendation for the 2017 Wildfires by District Officer in the BC RCMP Southeast District, C/Supt. Brad Haugli at the Southeast District RCMP annual awards ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 10., in Kelowna, British Columbia. Submitterd photo.
Ann-Marie Flemming, local owner of Dog Quality won Purolator’s Small Business Dream into Reality Contest. Flemming received a cash prize of $10,000 and $5,000 in Purolator shipping credits. Millar Hill photo.

South Cariboo business wins national innovation contest

‘I learned that there was a lot of people out there like me’

Ann-Marie Flemming, local owner of Dog Quality won Purolator’s Small Business Dream into Reality Contest. Flemming received a cash prize of $10,000 and $5,000 in Purolator shipping credits. Millar Hill photo.
Enjoying Thanksgiving

Enjoying Thanksgiving

A weekly column for the 100 Mile Free Press

Enjoying Thanksgiving
On Thursday, Oct. 10, Lillian Visona and other preschool students from Smiles for Miles attended a fire prevention event outside of the Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre. The event included Sparky, fire truck tours and an abundance of fun activities. Millar Hill photo.

Fire department visits CFEC in 100 Mile

‘The kids seemed to really enjoy themselves’

On Thursday, Oct. 10, Lillian Visona and other preschool students from Smiles for Miles attended a fire prevention event outside of the Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre. The event included Sparky, fire truck tours and an abundance of fun activities. Millar Hill photo.
Kira Cheeseborough. Submitted photo.

Federal Election 2019: QA with Animal Party candidate Kira Cheeseborough

Cheeseborough talks supporting workers, deforesting and more

Kira Cheeseborough. Submitted photo.
Peter Kerek. Submitted photo.

Federal Election 2019: QA with Communist Party candidate Peter Kerek

Kerek talks about value-added products and democracy

Peter Kerek. Submitted photo.
Cathy McLeod. Submitted photo.
Cathy McLeod. Submitted photo.