Greg Sabatino

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Firearms offence at McLeese Lake tree planting camp under RCMP investigation

On May 10 Williams Lake RCMP were called to the camp, located at the 2200 block of Beaver Lake Rd.

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A Quesnel Volunteer Firefighter gets a hose on flames shooting from a house trailer completely engulfed in flames. (Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

WATCH: Fire crews respond to fire in North Quesnel

Emergency crews are on scene near Lear Road for what appears to be a residential fire

A Quesnel Volunteer Firefighter gets a hose on flames shooting from a house trailer completely engulfed in flames. (Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Williams Lake resident Hattie Deyo captured this photograph of a rare white moose, or spirit moose, during a drive in the Cariboo recently. (Hattie Deyo photo)

VIDEO: Rare white ‘spirit moose’ spotted in Cariboo

“It was pretty impactful,” she said. “And one in a million.”

Williams Lake resident Hattie Deyo captured this photograph of a rare white moose, or spirit moose, during a drive in the Cariboo recently. (Hattie Deyo photo)
C+ Rodeos’ Roy Call gives advice to a cowboy at a past Williams Lake Stampede. (Angie Mindus/Tribune file photo)

Rodeo stock contractor ready to hop on post-pandemic saddle

“The biggest thing now is flexibility is going to be everything,” Call said.

C+ Rodeos’ Roy Call gives advice to a cowboy at a past Williams Lake Stampede. (Angie Mindus/Tribune file photo)
Ten backpacks filled with fresh food are being distributed to students at Riverview Elementary School in Quesnel to bring home on Fridays thanks to a partnership between the Quesnel Tillicum Society Friendship Centre and the Rotary Club of Quesnel. (Photo submitted)

Quesnel friendship centre, rotary, team up to fill backpacks with fresh food for families in need

Ten backpacks are being sent out, organizers are looking to expand the program

Ten backpacks filled with fresh food are being distributed to students at Riverview Elementary School in Quesnel to bring home on Fridays thanks to a partnership between the Quesnel Tillicum Society Friendship Centre and the Rotary Club of Quesnel. (Photo submitted)
The West Fraser Road, 600 metres north of Narcosli. (Photos courtesy of Emcon Services)

West Fraser Road rebuild set to begin this spring south of Quesnel

Minister Rob Fleming said the road work will create a safer, more reliable road and bridge

The West Fraser Road, 600 metres north of Narcosli. (Photos courtesy of Emcon Services)
Cariboo-Prince George MP Todd Doherty speaks in the House of Commons. (House of Commons Photography)

Cariboo-Prince George MP Todd Doherty looks to speed up approval for new ALS treatments

The petition was signed by more than 25,000 Canadians

Cariboo-Prince George MP Todd Doherty speaks in the House of Commons. (House of Commons Photography)
The City of Williams Lake is asking for public feedback on whether it should explore the opportunity to host a Greater Metro Hockey League team in Williams Lake. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake GMHL expansion questions, concerns, to be discussed later this month

If approved, the team would begin play in the fall of 2021

The City of Williams Lake is asking for public feedback on whether it should explore the opportunity to host a Greater Metro Hockey League team in Williams Lake. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The City of Williams Lake is asking for public feedback on whether it should explore the opportunity to host a Greater Metro Hockey League team in Williams Lake. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

City of Williams Lake seeks feedback on hosting junior hockey league team

A league expansion application in Quesnel is also pending

The City of Williams Lake is asking for public feedback on whether it should explore the opportunity to host a Greater Metro Hockey League team in Williams Lake. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Stu Krool of Williams Lake debuted for Monster Pro Wrestling late January. (Photo submitted)

‘Stu Krool’ makes debut with Monster Pro Wrestling

He’s Stu Krool, and he’s as ‘krool’ as they come

Stu Krool of Williams Lake debuted for Monster Pro Wrestling late January. (Photo submitted)
The Ernie Sam Memorial Arena. (Cariboo Hockey photo)

Northern Capitals in running for Kraft Hockeyville

Rally page entries are beginning to pile up online for the Prince…

The Ernie Sam Memorial Arena. (Cariboo Hockey photo)
For the Cariboo, property sales were up in 100 Mile House and Quesnel, but down slightly in Williams Lake. (Unsplash photo)

Average residential sale price up in 2020: BC Northern Real Estate Board

For the Cariboo, total property sales were up in 100 Mile House and Quesnel, but down slightly in Williams Lake

For the Cariboo, property sales were up in 100 Mile House and Quesnel, but down slightly in Williams Lake. (Unsplash photo)
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Williams Lake First Nation Chief supports Canucks amid cultural appropriation controversy

“That’s my team. That’s who I cheer for, and I’ve always taken great pride in that logo.”

(Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News)
A BC Emergency Health Services team of Major Incident Rapid Response paramedics will remain deployed in the community of Fort St. James for at least another four days, as of Dec. 14. (BC Emergency Health Services photo)

Mayor, MLA call for transparency from NHA amid COVID surge in Fort St. James

“We’re all in it together here,” Fort St. James Mayor Bob Motion said.

A BC Emergency Health Services team of Major Incident Rapid Response paramedics will remain deployed in the community of Fort St. James for at least another four days, as of Dec. 14. (BC Emergency Health Services photo)
Critical care paramedic Tom and advanced care paramedic Laurence finish up a 14-hour work day after being deployed as part of a BC Emergency Health Services Rapid Response Team deployed to Fort St. James this week to help provide relief to local paramedics and health support workers due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases.. (BC Emergency Health Services photo)

B.C.’s specialized COVID paramedics ‘impressed’ with Fort St. James’ community response

A BC Emergency Health Services team of paramedics deployed to Fort St.…

Critical care paramedic Tom and advanced care paramedic Laurence finish up a 14-hour work day after being deployed as part of a BC Emergency Health Services Rapid Response Team deployed to Fort St. James this week to help provide relief to local paramedics and health support workers due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases.. (BC Emergency Health Services photo)
BC Emergency Health Services has deployed a Major Incident Rapid Response Team, based out of Vancouver, to Fort St. James Wednesday, Dec. 9, to help deal with 60-plus COVID-19 positive cases in the community of roughly 1,500. (BC Emergency Health Services photo)

B.C.’s rapid response paramedics arrive in Fort St. James as district reaches 60 COVID-19 cases

BC Emergency Health Services has deployed a Major Incident Rapid Response Team to Fort St. James

BC Emergency Health Services has deployed a Major Incident Rapid Response Team, based out of Vancouver, to Fort St. James Wednesday, Dec. 9, to help deal with 60-plus COVID-19 positive cases in the community of roughly 1,500. (BC Emergency Health Services photo)
The BC Northern Real Estate Board is supporting a call to halt open houses during the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo)

BC Northern Real Estate Board supports temporary halt to open houses

Buyers and sellers are asked to speak to their realtor about COVID-19 preparedness

The BC Northern Real Estate Board is supporting a call to halt open houses during the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo)
Spectators will not be allowed in arenas across B.C. due to COVID-19. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Spectators no longer allowed at B.C. indoor sporting facilities

The decision comes after Dr. Bonnie Henry issued caution to sports teams earlier this week

Spectators will not be allowed in arenas across B.C. due to COVID-19. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Thompson Rivers University Applied Sustainable Ranching Program students Kevin Cunin (left) and Wendy Meijdam show off a modified saddle recently made for Cunin, who is paralyzed from the chest down, so he can compete in team roping. (Rebecca Dyok photo)

Paralyzed B.C. cowboy set to ride again thanks to custom saddle

Cunin soon started hanging around back at the rodeo arena helping out

Thompson Rivers University Applied Sustainable Ranching Program students Kevin Cunin (left) and Wendy Meijdam show off a modified saddle recently made for Cunin, who is paralyzed from the chest down, so he can compete in team roping. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
RCMP crest. (Black Press Media files)
RCMP crest. (Black Press Media files)