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A member of the Central Cariboo Recreation Advisory Committee is unimpressed with the dog park in Williams Lake.
Staff Sgt. Ken Brissard of the WIlliams Lake RCMP has weighed in on the latest crime severity index statistics.
The Williams Lake community offered its support to the Food Bank by donating through the Christmas in July fundraiser.
Six-year-old Chase Lamont is in B.C. Children’s Hospital after being diagnosed with an aggressive and fast-growing type of liver cancer.
A team of firefighters from the Williams Lake Fire Department were deployed to Fort Nelson over the weekend.
Williams Lake's crime rate continues to be high in the country — and shows its still the highest in B.C.
It’s not yet known what will become of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans office in Williams Lake.
Local cattlemen are trying to find ways to stay competitive in North American and international markets, which is no easy feat.
Two public open houses on the New Prosperity mine will take place on Monday at the Gibraltar Room.
The Wilderness Committee’s lawyer has filed defence papers with the Supreme Court of British Columbia today.
Volunteers with the Community Volunteer Income Tax program are ready to help low-income people file their taxes for free.
The Williams Lake Fire Department is still investigating the fire that destroyed one of the buildings at the Williams Inn Friday night.
The Williams Lake RCMP were called to 7-Eleven on Proctor Street at about 7 p.m. Thursday after receiving reports of a bomb threat.
The minister of labour, citizens’ services and open government stopped in Williams Lake Monday.
The Williams Lake Fire Department received a report of a fire at the Williams Lake Power Plant at about 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Dave Dickson and Glen Holling are two out of many people in Williams Lake volunteering their time for Operation Red Nose.
There are no plans to close Zellers in Williams Lake.
A Williams Lake teenager says she was punched in the face several times by an RCMP officer while she was handcuffed in the back of a police car.
Police are releasing little information about a police-involved shooting in the Nimpo Lake area that has left a Williams Lake resident dead.
A judge’s decision on whether Jonathan Billyboy was the suspect driving a stolen vehicle erratically in the city last fall won’t be known until mid-November.