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Village of Clinton grappling with implications of Chasm mill closure

‘We will get through this’ says Clinton mayor of mill closure

Recovering out loud: yoga teacher spreads positivity by “returning to love”

Yoga provides platform for healing: ‘We’re all recovering from something, we really are’

Boomerang bags offer a sustainable alternative at the Farmer’s Market

Crystal Noa and Christa Davison of Bradley Creek Merchantile are bringing “boomerang bags” to town.

SCHF bench replacement project memorializes local groups and families

The project resulted in the successful replacement of 22 previously unsafe seating options

Canlan keeps South Cariboo kids busy with summer camps galore

‘We play in the ball fields all the time with sprinklers or squirt guns and lots of games’

South Cariboo Info Fair brings citizen engagement to local communities

‘It was busy the whole time, for the whole three hours’

Horse Lake Road now open after a two-vehicle collision

RCMP are still on-site investigating

From volunteer to site manager, Educo veteran reflects on summer camp’s impact

“You get to teach a lot of skills that you wouldn’t in regular schools”

At Educo, everything is an adventure

Somewhere between climbing high and holding on for dear life, I let my worries go

Local children pay it forward with lemonade stand

Three young friends from 100 Mile House donated $137.60 to the local food bank last week

Do you think the community needs more senior’s housing?

Tom Fisher 100 Mile House “I think we need more housing in…

St. Timothy’s Church celebrates fully renovated kitchen with collaborative yard sale

The yard sale will be followed by an official ribbon-cutting ceremony

Fuel Management is a priority for 100 Mile Community Forest

The organization is pioneering the use of a normal cutting permit process to create fuel breaks

Staying active in the South Cariboo can be lots of fun

There are a variety of fun ways to stay in shape and have fun at the same time in the South Cariboo

Big Rock Ranch’s first annual Family Sunday Funday was a huge success

The event saw 150 people attend and raised $600 in donations for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Staying hopeful and willing to help: car dealership owners respond to local lay-offs

‘There’s gonna be some panicking that’s gonna go on… and we have to be the calm’

South Cariboo Health Foundation aids mobility project with chair donation

‘If it helps improve our mobility project, it could be seen as the standard of care’