Tara Sprickerhoff

New St. Judes priest settles into South Cariboo

Father Emmanuel Onumadu hopes to reach out to community

Increase in domestic violence since wildfires

“If there was a pre-existing tendency towards domestic abuse it escalated”

Health Canada raids B.C. store for illegal products

Owners say they practice alternate preventative medicine

It’s time to follow our youth

This week’s editorial from the guest editor of the 100 Mile Free Press

Anchors ahoy! The 2018 Ice Off Contest officially begun

Tickets on sale to guess the date the ice will melt

Adulting

A somewhat humorous column by the guest editor of the 100 Mile Free Press

Barnett voices concerns over B.C. budget

Too many taxes, doesn’t encourage industry says Cariboo Chilcotin MLA

Farrier Pizza and Grill grand opening to celebrate fire department

Donations and Silent Auction proceeds to go to 100 Mile Fire Rescue

100 Mile man headed to trial for murder in Williams Lake

Michael Martel facing charges of first-degree murder in B.C. Supreme Court

South Cariboo Recreation Centre expansion proposal open houses begin

Residents divided on issue of proposed rec centre

100 Mile House rallies to end bullying on Pink Shirt Day

Students, police and community members around the South Cariboo donned pink today

Are you a fan of the latest B.C. provincial budget?

The NDP announced their budget for 2018 last week. Let us know…

Evacuated cat finds his way home seven months after B.C. wildfires

‘He just decided he was going on a holiday — an extended holiday’

Fatal Sugar Cane fire not criminal, say police

BC Coroners Service now in charge of investigation

SD27 starts consultations for rural education funding

Dog Creek, Lac la Hache, Likely and Big Lake schools part of consultation

School board trustee proposes updated sexual orientation policy

Motion delayed until staff make presentation

CRD directors, former colleagues mourn director Byron Kemp

Retired SD27 principal and current Area E CRD director passed away Monday

Two B.C. First Nation communities mourning loss of teen in reserve house fire

Williams Lake First Nation chief releases statement on death of teen

B.C. teen dies in fire in First Nation community

Emergency crews responded to a mobile home fire early Tuesday on the Williams Lake Indian Band’s Sugar Cane Reserve

Trailer fire at Williams Lake Indian Band’s Sugar Cane Reserve claims a life

Emergency crews responded to a fire early Tuesday on the Williams Lake Indian Band’s Sugar Cane Reserve.