Raven Nyman

Removal and chipping service offered to residents

Raven Nyman’s regular correspondence for the Clinton area

What was the best part of your summer?

Kris Peters Burns Lake “Going to visit family in Pemberton.” Jennifer Hanson…

Keeping bees in the Cariboo: Local producers bring awareness to honey fraud

Sticky Fingers Honey shines light on honey fraud by participating in data sampling initiative

Flower thieves make off with over $300 in arrangements

Lee’s Custom Floors was the target of vandalism in 100 Mile House on Aug. 19

Staff and students at 100 Mile Elementary welcome new faces to the community

‘It was just a terrific first day back,’ said vice principal Shawn Nelson

Cariboo Calling: From pastime to passion, small-town auctioneer calls it like it is

‘If it wasn’t for cattle, I wouldn’t have a paycheque’

Cariboo Calling: Swiss ranchers bring fame and buffalo to the South Cariboo

XH Buffalo Ranch is a successful organic meat supplier and provided set-pieces for The Revenant

Runaway wedding dress turns up at 100 Mile grocery store

A Cariboo bride could very well be without her uniform this Labour Day weekend

Single-lane traffic on Highway 97 following MVI

The accident occurred in front of the 100 Mile Motel and RV Park and the Lakewood Inn

Norbord ceases production, employees out of work as of Aug. 27

A small team will continue clean-up work at the 100 Mile House OSB mill, other workers laid off

Cariboo Calling: Portrait of a cowboy: Red Allison

“Old-timer” Allison was inducted into the B.C. Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2003

Cariboo Calling: Cutting costs means losing cattle as expenses rise for B.C. ranchers

Soaring costs are challenging the family business at Back Valley Ranch

What was your favourite part of the Summer Reading Club at the library?

Pawan Nijjar 100 Mile House “The crafts and the prizes we got…

Creating intuitive art with a spiritual message

Cindy Faulkner has a passion for pottery: ‘clay in my fingernails is just a really great feeling’

Cost-free adult crafting classes come to the South Cariboo this September

‘What I want to promote is a group having fun, something to come to that doesn’t cost them’

Canim Lake and Simpcw First Nations renew relationship: “Divide and conquer is no longer an option”

The agreement is a renewal of a previous Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed in June, 2013

RCMP arrest man without incident after careless use of a firearm

A 55 year old male was arrested without incident by 100 Mile House RCMP on August 17

Indigenous artist keeps her culture alive in new children’s book

‘For hundreds of years, it was the animals they used [in stories] because they were common things’