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Angie Mindus

Angie Mindus

A desire to travel led me to a full-time photographer position at the Williams Lake Tribune in B.C.’s interior.
I honed my writing skills as a hard news reporter in Williams Lake for a decade before becoming editor of the Tribune and now regional editor for the Cariboo-North Thompson for Black Press, overseeing seven newspapers.
I am passionate about storytelling and the difference good journalism makes, whether that is in print or online.
When I’m not working you will find me enjoying the outdoors with my family in B.C. and Alberta.

Phone
778-417-0026
Email
angie.mindus@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Angie

Williams Lake River Valley wildfire now considered being held

Williams Lake River Valley wildfire now considered being held

Mackenzie Avenue is reopened
Progress made on Williams Lake River Valley wildfire: City

Progress made on Williams Lake River Valley wildfire: City

Structural protection crews will be working on Woodland Drive Monday and Tuesday
Fire keeps residential area, Tolko mill on alert in Williams Lake

Fire keeps residential area, Tolko mill on alert in Williams Lake

An update from the city is expected Monday morning
Wildfire forces Williams Lake to declare state of local emergency

Wildfire forces Williams Lake to declare state of local emergency

West side of the city is on an evacuation alert
'We're hitting it hard': Crews fight Williams Lake wildfire from air, ground

'We're hitting it hard': Crews fight Williams Lake wildfire from air, ground

West side of the city is on an evacuation alert
New wildfire sparks 12 kilometres southeast of Wells

New wildfire sparks 12 kilometres southeast of Wells

The Antler Creek wildfire is estimated to be 170 hectares
More evacuation alerts as Shetland Creek wildfire grows over 5,000 hectares

More evacuation alerts as Shetland Creek wildfire grows over 5,000 hectares

Alerts include areas north of Spences Bridge to Ashcroft
UPDATE: 1 dead after head-on collision closes Hwy 5 south of Valemount

UPDATE: 1 dead after head-on collision closes Hwy 5 south of Valemount

The highway is expected to reopen late Thursday afternoon
First Nation orders evacuation as wildfire near Spences Bridge grows

First Nation orders evacuation as wildfire near Spences Bridge grows

The area is currently under an extreme heat warning
Wildfires prompt evacuation order, alert near Wells, historic Barkerville

Wildfires prompt evacuation order, alert near Wells, historic Barkerville

BC Wildfire Service pulled personnel and resources off the Cornish Mountain wildfire Wednesday night due to elevated winds, increased fire behaviour
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