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Celebration of excellence at The Hills
It was a gala evening and a full house at the 17th…
Citizens of the Year hard-working and humble
There were two Citizen of the Year awards handed out at the…
Horse Bazaar reined in some fun
The parking lot at the 105 Riding Arena was overflowing onto Tatton…
Next Step to Being the Change
A free personal growth workshop for people ages 15 years and older…
Business excellence/Citizen of the Year banquet tickets going fast
The South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) is holding its 17th Annual…
Don’t be a dummy, attend Mt. Timothy’s open house
Put on your lei and grass skirt and come out to Mt.…
BC Senior Games wants hockey players
This year, the BCSG is hosted by West Kootenay area (Castlegar, Nelson…
Traffic on Horse Lake Road will be a bit slower over the…
WL&DCU announcing funding opportunities
The Williams Lake and District Credit Union (WL&DCU) has announced it is…
Fallen comrade: Lone Butte firefighter to be honoured
Firefighters work hard to protect lives and properties.The job can be difficult…
Assistance for disabled people to return to work
There is a support network in British Columbia that can help people…
Chamber offers support, referral and community involvement
The local South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) plays an important role…
Local Guide groups small but involved
This week, almost all Girl Guides nationally are celebrating 'Thinking Day' and…
Warm soup warms the heart and soul
There is a small group of dedicated volunteers who cheerfully cook soup…
Raising funds for children
Who says bankers don’t have fun?
Cash incentive being offered to help reduce wood smoke
There is $10,000 worth of incentives for people to replace their old smoke-belching wood stove in the 100 Mile House area.
Wall of lasting legacy for our babies
When walking down the hall of the maternity ward at the 100 Mile District General Hospital, people will see a new addition to the hospital family.
Rotary Club serving the community
The Rotary Club of 100 Mile House has been involved in the community for more than 30 years.
Rotary: need for membership great
The Rotary Club of 100 Mile House has a small but enthusiastic group of 23 members, and there is room for more.
It takes pennies to put an end to polio
The eradication of polio around