Heather Nelson

Want to learn more about home schooling?

Open house scheduled on May 27 to provide options, information

Bridge Lake author Becky received the Red Cedar Book Award for Finding Grace, which she is holding in her right hand, on May 8 in Vancouver. Finding Grace was selected as number 1 by grades 4-7 readers across British Columbia. Duke's Den, which is in her left hand, was just published in March.

Local award-winning author acknowledged

Bridge Lake's Becky Citra says children still like old-fashioned books

Bridge Lake author Becky received the Red Cedar Book Award for Finding Grace, which she is holding in her right hand, on May 8 in Vancouver. Finding Grace was selected as number 1 by grades 4-7 readers across British Columbia. Duke's Den, which is in her left hand, was just published in March.
Kyle Dornan

New recruit comes from policing family

RCMP Const. Kyle Dornan happy to be posted in 100 Mile House

Kyle Dornan
Blake Ward

Staff/Sgt. Blake Ward please with open house turnout, interaction

100 Mile House RCMP grand opening of new Detachment a grand affair

Blake Ward

Western Week parade going ahead

Several floats will be rolling down Birch Avenue on May 21

Goat tail tying will be one of the many events at the 50th Anniversary Little Britches Rodeo at the Outrider Grounds in 100 Mile House on May 21-22.

Fifty years of rodeoing celebrated

Young cowboys and cowgirls going to put on a great show

Goat tail tying will be one of the many events at the 50th Anniversary Little Britches Rodeo at the Outrider Grounds in 100 Mile House on May 21-22.
Roger Hollander, left, fire chief of the 100 Mile House Fire Rescue was happy to receive a donation from Watch Lake resident Bev Starr. Two fire departments, Lone Butte and 100 Mile House, spent time at Save-On-Foods on May 13 collecting donations to go to the Red Cross to help the Fort McMurray fire victims.

Fundraising ongoing for wildfire victims

Save-On Foods and community donate to Fort McMurray residents

Roger Hollander, left, fire chief of the 100 Mile House Fire Rescue was happy to receive a donation from Watch Lake resident Bev Starr. Two fire departments, Lone Butte and 100 Mile House, spent time at Save-On-Foods on May 13 collecting donations to go to the Red Cross to help the Fort McMurray fire victims.

Senseless vandalism upsetting to youngsters

Parents come to the rescue with new plants for a fresh start

First time exhibitor, Carol Munro, is displaying her paintings and charcoal sketches at the Showcase Gallery in the main lobby of the South Cariboo Business Centre on Birch Avenue until June 7.

Carol Munro displays her work at Showcase Gallery

Photography skills help develop her love of painting

First time exhibitor, Carol Munro, is displaying her paintings and charcoal sketches at the Showcase Gallery in the main lobby of the South Cariboo Business Centre on Birch Avenue until June 7.
South Cariboo Health Foundation public relations officer Brenda Devine, second right, received $2,884.71 from Jim Gellein, left, Lori Fry, John Code, Jeanette Gellein, and Sue Code, far right, of the South Cariboo Aquatic Society. The donation went towards the purchase of glidescope for the 100 Mile District General Hospital.

Remaining pool members throw in towel

South Cariboo Aquatic Society decides to dissolve the cause

South Cariboo Health Foundation public relations officer Brenda Devine, second right, received $2,884.71 from Jim Gellein, left, Lori Fry, John Code, Jeanette Gellein, and Sue Code, far right, of the South Cariboo Aquatic Society. The donation went towards the purchase of glidescope for the 100 Mile District General Hospital.

Minimum wage increase going up

Incremental hikes are tied to Consumer Price Index

100 Mile House Western Week Parade slated for May 21

Organizers looking for entries and decorated store fronts

Fifty years of roping and riding celebrated this year

Little Britches Rodeo training grounds for cowboys and cowgirls

The 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment at 841 Alder Ave. has all of the state-of-the-art technologies installed. This building showcases the evolution of 100 Mile House RCMP detachments since its humble beginnings in 1952, and folks are welcome to celebrate the grand opening on May 7 from 1 to 4 p.m.

100 Mile House RCMP throwing a party

RCMP detachment grand opening will be a community affair

The 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment at 841 Alder Ave. has all of the state-of-the-art technologies installed. This building showcases the evolution of 100 Mile House RCMP detachments since its humble beginnings in 1952, and folks are welcome to celebrate the grand opening on May 7 from 1 to 4 p.m.
In celebration of their 50th Anniversary of The Little Britches Rodeo on May 21- 22, the 100 Mile & District Outriders is holding is holding a raffle. The first-place prize is this 12-foot 2016 Maverick Stock Trailer valued of $9,247.

Fifty years of Little Britches Rodeo celebrated

Outriders Club holding a special raffle to celebrate golden anniversary

In celebration of their 50th Anniversary of The Little Britches Rodeo on May 21- 22, the 100 Mile & District Outriders is holding is holding a raffle. The first-place prize is this 12-foot 2016 Maverick Stock Trailer valued of $9,247.
South Cariboo Rhythmic Gymnastics member Mia Weir.

Mia Weir: a shining star as competitor, coach

Young local gymnast earned all around championship

South Cariboo Rhythmic Gymnastics member Mia Weir.

Chinese delegates visiting 100 Mile House

Cariboo Regional District chair looking for hosting funds

Const. Ronald W. Duncan was the first RCMP member posted to 100 Mile House. The Detachment, built in 1952, was located on Highway 97 (around the Save-On-Foods parking lot). Duncan worked alone for the first year of his posting.

Ronald W. Duncan first RCMP constable in 100 Mile House

Three family members carrying on RCMP tradition of serving communities

Const. Ronald W. Duncan was the first RCMP member posted to 100 Mile House. The Detachment, built in 1952, was located on Highway 97 (around the Save-On-Foods parking lot). Duncan worked alone for the first year of his posting.
Constables Bob Sissons, left front, Norm Fuchs and Len Jerritt; and Ted Brecknell, left back, and Scott Ramsay stand in front of 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment on Aspen Avenue.

RCMP veterans like new detachment

Former 100 Mile House RCMP officers reflect on old detachment office

Constables Bob Sissons, left front, Norm Fuchs and Len Jerritt; and Ted Brecknell, left back, and Scott Ramsay stand in front of 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment on Aspen Avenue.
100 Mile House RCMP Cpl. Darren King, left, Staff/Sgt. Blake Ward, Const. Blaine Caines, Cpl. Brian Lamb, and Const. Kyle Dornan are looking forward to showing off their new building at the official grand opening on May 7.

AGM overviews 2015 work and blueprint to 2016

Bright future for 100 Mile & District Historical Society

100 Mile House RCMP Cpl. Darren King, left, Staff/Sgt. Blake Ward, Const. Blaine Caines, Cpl. Brian Lamb, and Const. Kyle Dornan are looking forward to showing off their new building at the official grand opening on May 7.
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