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Celebrity Pie-Eating Contest headlines 2019 South Cariboo Summer Festival

Gisela Janzen was the winner of the first annual pie-eating contest at the South Cariboo Rec. Centre

PSO student awarded Governor General Award

“Just make sure you’re taking classes that you enjoy”

South Cariboo Garlic Festival set to spice up Lac la Hache this August

Featuring fresh produce, vendors, and live entertainment: “I think it’s going to be an awesome year”

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Brigid Mueller says the real Educo experience is about personal reflection and self-development

Kamloops songwriter is ready to shine at the South Cariboo Summer Festival

Madison Olds will perform at the South Cariboo Rec. Centre on August 10

Third annual South Cariboo Summer Fest promises fun for the whole family

From a local “Celebrity” Pie Eating Contest to Lawn Mower Races, the Summer Fest aims to entertain all

A successful start to the low-income family initiative, Bags of Plenty

“I know it’s only a $20 bag of vegetables a week, but it adds up.”

Public Hearing seeks input on the development of a craft cannabis production facility for the South Cariboo

Proposed amendments would allow for a cannabis facility on the Exeter Truck Road in 100 Mile House

QUIZ: Put your knowledge of British Columbia to the test

In honour of B.C. Day, take this short quiz and see how much you know about our province

Educo celebrates 50 years of learning and growing together

‘We’re all here for a very similar reason, which is not money’

South Cariboo Summer Festival packs a bite

One demonstration includes dogs illustrating obedience, tracking and protection

‘Life goes on’: forestry professional strategizing to keep Clinton’s Community Forest profitable

‘The wood will still go to whoever is going to pay the most for it, essentially’

Employee relocation efforts still in the works as Chasm Sawmill approaches September shutdown

West Fraser ‘trying to retain everybody that’s willing to transfer to another division’

The Rundown: Clinton News

New fast-charging electric vehicle station in Clinton welcomes its first customer

Village of Clinton grappling with implications of Chasm mill closure

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

In your own backyard: Galleries in 100 Mile

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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.