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Controlled pile burning planned for 108 Mile Ranch area

The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) has announced a series of controlled pile…

Last day of the South Cariboo Farmer’s Market ends a ‘fantastic’ season

‘It might be cheaper at the grocery store but somebody else paid that price for it’

Business Walks results show positivity prior to mill closures

More businesses considered themselves steady or growing than in previous year

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South Cariboo students learn about residential schools during Orange Shirt Day

‘We need to work towards helping each other learn that they matter’

A grinch for winter

Weekly column for the 100 Mile Free Press

Marathon from 100 Mile House to Kamloops to bring awareness to suicide and mental health

On Oct. 5, Micah Todd will embark on a 121-mile (194.7 kilometres)…

100 Mile House Safeway in its last days

Store is set to close on Oct. 5 for transformation into FreshCo

MLA reports on UBCM, logging truck rally, and Rural Dividend Program

“It was interesting to see how much people appreciate the forest industry…”

NDP candidate committed to making life better for the middle and lower class in the Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo

Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo’s newest NDP candidate is ready to roll up her sleeves for…

Youngest Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo riding candidate seeking animal protection and social justice

“I am young and I have so much conviction to fight for everyone’s future”

2017 Gustafsen wildfire was caused by firearm use, FOI documents confirm

Firearm ignitions have increased in recent years, according to chief fire information officer

Break-in suspect arrested near Watch Lake

The weekly police report for the South Cariboo area

  • Oct 1, 2019

CRD sees six of nine resolutions endorsed at UBCM

Consistency in accessing emergency services and cannabis revenue sharing among them

Human remains identified from 1987 plane crash near Wells Gray Provincial Park

Ernie Whitehead and Len Dykhuizen took off from Eagle Bay on a fishing trip, never to be seen again

From the archives from the 100 Mile Free Press

28 YEARS AGO (1991): Two residents of the upper Bradley Creek area…

Kingdom Youth group focuses on kids and community

CCLF holds a youth group on Wednesdays for children from Grade 8 to 12

All fire bans lifted with arrival of cool weather in Cariboo Fire Centre

Category 3 ban lifted due to a decrease in wildfire risk

  • Sep 27, 2019

Safeway donates non-perishables to help ease food bank shortages

Safeway donated a skid full of juice boxes and two carts of hampers to the Food Bank Society