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Incidents have been few so far this year
The 100 Mile and District Arts Council is looking at gaming grants and other funding options in the event it has to cancel the annual South Cariboo Winter Arts and Crafts Fair due to COVID-19.
The fence has been taken down and residents now have free run of the park
As the clock ticks down to September, a new poll suggests many Canadian parents are on the fence about whether to send their kids to school if and when classrooms are reopened.
A multi-vehicle collision last week closed down Highway 24 after scattering a load of plywood
Drive-thru homemade pie sale a huge success in a trying time
Sirens were heard at Canim Lake shortly on July 22, due to a single-vehicle rollover.
Deka Lake District VFD Ladies Auxiliary is proud of Lorna Wiebe, Shelley Theriault and Irene Jones.
Children are getting the chance to enjoy fun day camps with COVID-19 precautions in place.
The Cariboo Artists’ Guild’s Fine Art Show and Sale will run July 30 to Sept. 12.
One man has been hospitalized for smoke inhalation and is expected to recover
Sophie Rywaczuk has been working to brighten the lives of birthday boys and girls
Exeter Hall will undergo renovations this summer after its basement was flooded
Traffic is closed going both ways near Inman Road
Traffic is down to one lane of alternating traffic due to this accident
Big Country Lanes Family Bowling Centre is getting a facelift
For musicians like Ingrid Mapson, COVID-19 has largely curtailed the usual chances to practice music
By-donation event aims to provide som fun, keep the Wranglers’ name in people’s minds
Parents can pick up reading packages from the library for their children
This was caused by trees falling on B.C. Hydro’s wires