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The Grade 7 class of 100 Mile Elementary raise money through art

Roughly $700 was raised through auctioning off their art

Disney production filming at Government House on Vancouver Island

Made-for-TV movie will feature the inside of the Victoria mansion

Award-winning country-folk singer coming to 100 Mile House

Winona Wilde (the stage name for Noosa Al-Sarraj) will display her brand of country feminism music

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100 Mile Elementary students express their talents at school’s Variety Show

Nearly 30 students performed, ranging from playing the violin or popular video game dances

Metalocalypstick returns to the South Cariboo for Canada Day weekend

‘What’s more metal than partying on a volcano?’

  • Jun 17, 2018

South Cariboo elementary bands’ year-end concert proceeds despite 15 absent musicians

‘Some of the kids were really nervous, because their band mates were missing’

  • Jun 16, 2018

Brothers reunite to play music with Dutch Courage in South Cariboo

“After 30 years, it’s taking a lot of courage for us to get back up on stage again.”

  • Jun 14, 2018

108 Mile artist featured in the 100 Mile House Showcase Gallery for June

‘I’m thrilled and I’m into it’

  • Jun 8, 2018

New book on 2017 wildfires by B.C. journalist

‘Every day it seemed like there was a new emergency’

Vancouver band Red Haven coming to 100 Mile House

The band just released their second full length LP on May 16

Cultures around the world celebrated at Clinton Ball

‘It was sold out and the ball went exceptionally well’

Eclectica Choir to perform on Mother’s Day

Members of the Eclectica Choir are turning the piano keys and practising…

Showcase Concert finishes off Festival of the Arts

‘No one had her books so she sang acapella’

Piano music sets the stage for the 100 Mile House Festival of the Arts

‘It’s going really well and our adjudicator Alan Crane is just fabulous’

New Parkside exhibit full of feathers

‘You don’t expect miracles but this to me is miraculous’

Festival of the Arts to start April 23

“People should expect to hear a lot of young talent”