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CRIMESTOPPERS: Williams Lake RCMP seek public’s assistance

Williams Lake RCMP released three names of people they are looking for

CRD board on the road travels to Tatla Lake

Broadband, plastics, cycling, grants for assistance and economic development were on the agenda

Three local schools see registration numbers drop for 2019-2020 school year

Despite some local schools experiencing a registration drop, others saw their student body increase

Leaders pick up the pace as election campaign enters stretch run
Trudeau not worried about national unity, Scheer vows immigration overhaul, Singh courts working-class Canadians
Alex Trebek may leave 'Jeopardy!' due to cancer
Scheer to target gangs, Trudeau clarifies abortion stance, Singh talks taxes and May tackles trees

Treasure in Lone Butte: woman discovers time capsule while metal-detecting

A White Rock woman is eager to complete a South Cariboo treasure hunt from 2002

Exeter Truck Road rezoning receives go-ahead for the South Cariboo

Rezoning opens door to potential cannabis production facility

100 Mile House and District Food Bank expects struggles for Christmas time

‘We could actually be in a shortfall this year for what we need’

100 Mile House Fire-Rescue responded to mutual-aid fire call at Corral Restaurant in 70 Mile House

The response was cancelled after fire department in 70 Mile House extinguished fire

Terry Fox Run is back at Centennial Park on Sept. 15

‘We are hoping to make this a family event’

Walking together for a cause: Parkinson SuperWalk sets record participation

More than 50 people attended the walk this year and raised over $2,000 for the cause

RCMP warn drivers not to pass stopped school buses

‘This is everyone’s responsibility’

BC Wildfire Service plans to conduct burns in the South Cariboo

Burns to take place near Bridge Lakes Ice Caves and Nolan Creek

Second bus route between Kamloops and Prince George denied

New route would have ‘adverse effect’ on existing operator

100 Mile and Clinton community forests to be audited

Report will be released to the public

  • Sep 11, 2019

Power restored to 120,000 customers after northern B.C. transmission failure

Lightning is suspected to be the cause of the outage, says BC Hydro