Monica Lamb-Yorski

MP Doherty asks students to submit artwork for his 2021 calendar

The deadline for submissions is Nov. 6, 2020

VIDEO: Cow, calf moose hunt must be stopped: Dan and Vivian Simmons

‘Recovery of mountain caribou a top priorty’: ministry of forests spokesperson

CRD board asks staff to research dangerous dog, animal control bylaw

Present noise bylaw includes dogs, but not in all electoral areas

Cariboo Regional District to explore involvement of First Nation communities at board level

‘It’s great to get the discussion started early,’: CRD vice-chair John Massier

‘It’s pretty raw’: Williams Lake woman shares story of brother’s fatal overdose

Jamie Kohlen does not want her brother to be forgotten

City of Williams Lake rec complex employee tests positive for COVID-19

The employee was quarantined on Aug. 20 and will not return to work without a negative test

Body of missing boater recovered by CCSAR at Quesnel Lake

Williams Lake RCMP and BC Coroners Service are investigating

First Nations youth get hands on archaeological experience

Delving into the ancient past has inspired the future aspirations of four First Nations youth

RANCH MUSINGS: What is a rancher doing writing about pigs in the middle of haying?

Simple, it rained last evening enough so will have to let the hay dry (again).

Studies show Mount Polley Mine breach material re-suspends in Quesnel Lake

High copper levels continue in Quesnel River six years after breach

RCMP continue to investigate Dec. 2019 armed robbery at the McLeese Lake General Store

Police provide more suspect details about the crime

Fish studies continue on Quesnel Lake six years after Mount Polley Mine breach

Copper concentrations in West Basin sediment remain above concentrations at reference sites

Juvenile bald eagle released in Cariboo after recuperating from lead poisoning

A Gibraltar Mine employee discovered the eagle at the Cariboo Regional District landfill

West Chilcotin getting busier with tourists, notices store owner

Restrict COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines in place

Alexis Creek water reserves critically low, residents asked to limit water use

CRD says system cannot keep up with current demand and will run out if overused

Increased overdoses in Williams Lake prompt second warning from health authority

Paramedics responded to 11 overdose calls so far in July, 10 in June, five in May

Hang glider rescued after wind gust lands them 25-metres up tree south of Quesnel

Emergency crews were called to the incident at Soda Creek Wednesday, July 29