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From the archives of the 100 Mile Free Press

28 Years Ago (1991): Teachers were planning further action to protest the…

  • Apr 14, 2019

What is your most favourite part about the Festival of the Arts?

Ginny-Lou Alexander 100 Mile House “I like all of the performances, really.…

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Snow in 70 Mile
Big Horn Archery Club annual Indoor 3D Archery Shoot
Family mourns loved ones killed in Sri Lanka blasts
Rendering shows Notre Dame damage

100 Mile House calling up pitchers and batters for minor softball

South Cariboo Minor Softball Association’s season to start on April 29

240 businesses expected to be interviewed in third annual Bussiness Walk

Aim to identify common successes and obstacles faced by local businesses

100 Mile RCMP respond to Facebook post about self-harm

Early on the morning of April 12, 100 Mile House RCMP received…

Award-winning Canadian television series has ties to 100 Mile House

“There is a lot of pressure to find the next big thing…

‘I am going to volunteer for as long as I can’

National Volunteer Week kicks off April 7 to 13

What does democracy mean to you?

A letter to the Editor

  • Apr 11, 2019

Free FireSmart assessments in Watch Lake, North Green Lake area

Gisele Poliseno’s regular correspondence for the Watch Lake and North Green Lake area

  • Apr 11, 2019

Hot ashes caused bush fire

Diana Forster’s regular correspondence for the Deka Lake area

  • Apr 11, 2019

Annual autism gathering looking for community support

‘It is our hope that with community awareness will result in each person with ASD feeling accepted and valued for their unique personalities and gifts.’

Grumbling at bumbling

A letter to the Editor

Crime Stoppers revisit mysterious case of sunken Bella Coola vessel

The Pacific Grizzly went down in the Bella Coola Harbour in 2015

Snowing in the South Cariboo

April snow showers occurring in the area

  • Apr 10, 2019

B.C. Interior Chiefs applaud federal government’s treaty loan forgiveness plan

Four NStQ chiefs say their communities alone have accumulated $30 million in treaty loans