Heather Nelson

Showcase manager Leslie Ginther, front, and assistant Carol Munro had a busy time displaying the art from up to 10 local artists who addressed the irony of the theme, Nothing Special. This special display by so many artists will be showcased until March 31 at the Showcase Gallery in the South Cariboo Business Centre at 475 Birch Ave. in 100 Mile House.

Nothing Special: is special at Showcase Gallery

Local artist present artwork that addresses irony of ‘nothing special’

Showcase manager Leslie Ginther, front, and assistant Carol Munro had a busy time displaying the art from up to 10 local artists who addressed the irony of the theme, Nothing Special. This special display by so many artists will be showcased until March 31 at the Showcase Gallery in the South Cariboo Business Centre at 475 Birch Ave. in 100 Mile House.

Board Skills workshop coming

Great information for people joining or sitting on non-profit boards

Food Security for the South Cariboo

Forum on Community Food assessment and I Love My Food a success

Louise Emerson, left, a local chartered professional accountant discussed her home-based business and the Chamber with South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce executive director Shelly Morton. Besides getting information, Emerson enjoyed the luncheon provided by the Chamber for their Open House on Feb. 18.

Open House attracts visitors

Celebrating Chamber of Commerce Week is celebrating local businesses

Louise Emerson, left, a local chartered professional accountant discussed her home-based business and the Chamber with South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce executive director Shelly Morton. Besides getting information, Emerson enjoyed the luncheon provided by the Chamber for their Open House on Feb. 18.
Hospital Employees' Union members John Code and Debbie Anderson walked a clothesline across Highway 97. On Feb. 29, a dozen union members waved flags and held signs on the corner of First Avenue and Highway 97 in support of hospital laundry workers in their fight to protect jobs.

100 Mile House keeps in-house laundry

Laundry employees in hospitals in larger centres facing layoffs

Hospital Employees' Union members John Code and Debbie Anderson walked a clothesline across Highway 97. On Feb. 29, a dozen union members waved flags and held signs on the corner of First Avenue and Highway 97 in support of hospital laundry workers in their fight to protect jobs.

Celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8

Women's Centre hosting an event with photos, speakers and luncheon

100 Mile House Airport busy

Local pilot Ken Greenhall is contact for airport operations

Parkside Art Gallery’s new show, A Walk Through Recycled Trees, is on until March 5, featuring Welsh Love Spoons by Robert Roberts and Leaf Carvings by Dessie Marshall.  Marshall is beside one of her leaf carvings, titled Deep Forest Dreams, created from a big maple leaf found on Vancouver Island. Roberts is beside one his beautiful displays of carved Welsh Love Spoons, which can take from two days to two weeks to make.

Leaves and spoons on display

Two artists currently showing at Parkside Art Gallery in 100 Mile House

Parkside Art Gallery’s new show, A Walk Through Recycled Trees, is on until March 5, featuring Welsh Love Spoons by Robert Roberts and Leaf Carvings by Dessie Marshall.  Marshall is beside one of her leaf carvings, titled Deep Forest Dreams, created from a big maple leaf found on Vancouver Island. Roberts is beside one his beautiful displays of carved Welsh Love Spoons, which can take from two days to two weeks to make.
British Columbia's blind curling team, which curled for the national title, included coach Marg Gammie, front row left, Bill Mah, Rob Camozzi and Jim Vinson; sighted guide Linda Peterson, back row left, Marilyn Vinson and Lori Fry. They competed at the 12th Annual Canadian Visually Impaired Curling Championships held in Ottawa, Feb. 7-12.

Local curlers came home with a 2-4 record

100 Mile House Blind Curling team back from Ottawa

British Columbia's blind curling team, which curled for the national title, included coach Marg Gammie, front row left, Bill Mah, Rob Camozzi and Jim Vinson; sighted guide Linda Peterson, back row left, Marilyn Vinson and Lori Fry. They competed at the 12th Annual Canadian Visually Impaired Curling Championships held in Ottawa, Feb. 7-12.
A triumphant Keeley Holloway proudly displays the third-place medal she won in slalom at Troll Mountain Teck Race in Quesnel, Jan. 31-Feb. 1. Keeley will be competing in the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton, Feb. 26-28.

Local athlete competing at BC Winter Games

100 Mile House alpine skier wants to stand on podium

A triumphant Keeley Holloway proudly displays the third-place medal she won in slalom at Troll Mountain Teck Race in Quesnel, Jan. 31-Feb. 1. Keeley will be competing in the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton, Feb. 26-28.
The South Cariboo Rhythmic Gymnastics team will be competing in the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton, Feb. 26-28. The team includes assistant coaches Michaila Robinson, left, and Mikayla Rottluff, right, (Williams Lake) and gymnasts Emily Glen, second left, Mikayla Julseth, Lyda Crossen, Sarah Robinson, Jill McArthur and Mia Weir.

Local athletes competing at BC Winter Games

100 Mile House and area competitors want to stand on podium

The South Cariboo Rhythmic Gymnastics team will be competing in the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton, Feb. 26-28. The team includes assistant coaches Michaila Robinson, left, and Mikayla Rottluff, right, (Williams Lake) and gymnasts Emily Glen, second left, Mikayla Julseth, Lyda Crossen, Sarah Robinson, Jill McArthur and Mia Weir.
Tara Grinyer

Gorgeous weekend for Mega Show

South Cariboo Mega Show enjoyed by many 100 Mile House and area residents

Tara Grinyer

Concert to raise funds for bike club

THE B!G SHOW raising money for local mountain bike trails

Award winning spa close to home

Beautiful Echo Valley Ranch and Spa voted number 3 for top hotels in Canada

British Columbia Rodeo Association back in 100 Mile

100 Mile House hosting two days of teeth-clenching white-knuckle BRCA rodeo action

Ranchettes house fire leads to pot

For the second time in a week, a house fire has led to a grow-op

South Cariboo Health Foundation board members, dignitaries, hospital auxiliary and laboratory staff joined in the grand opening of the newly refurbished entrance and waiting room with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 100 Mile District General Hospital on May 12. On the same day, SCHF celebrated its 10th anniversary and it was announced the lab was extending its hours to include Saturday service.

SCHF shows off the renovated hospital lobby

Lobby upgrades, increased laboratory time and 10th anniversary of South Cariboo Health Foundation celebrated

South Cariboo Health Foundation board members, dignitaries, hospital auxiliary and laboratory staff joined in the grand opening of the newly refurbished entrance and waiting room with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 100 Mile District General Hospital on May 12. On the same day, SCHF celebrated its 10th anniversary and it was announced the lab was extending its hours to include Saturday service.
Luca Weir performed A Cookie for Snip during the Festival of the Arts Showcase evening April 27.

Festival of the Arts showcased Cariboo talent

The 36th Annual Festival of the Arts ran April 16-27 at the Martin Exeter Hal

Luca Weir performed A Cookie for Snip during the Festival of the Arts Showcase evening April 27.

Author, 85, signing his first book

Bruce Watt spins some stories with his first book Chilcotin Yarns

Building a Bistro at PSO

Peter Skene Ogden Secondary School has developed a program called Building a Bistro

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