Jeremy Hannaford

Joe Komori

Mural society to unveil plaque about Japanese Internment Camps

Plaque tells the story and history of Joe Komori and his family

Joe Komori
Twenty-four Canim Lake youth along with members of the RCMP and the Conservation Officer Service paddled their canoes from the Canim Lake Resort as part of a Cultural Camp and Canoe Journey. The journey took them to the other end of Canim Lake where they camped for three days and learned more about the Tsq'escenemc people.

Canim Lake youth embark on canoe journey

Building relationships between enforcement and First Nations residents

Twenty-four Canim Lake youth along with members of the RCMP and the Conservation Officer Service paddled their canoes from the Canim Lake Resort as part of a Cultural Camp and Canoe Journey. The journey took them to the other end of Canim Lake where they camped for three days and learned more about the Tsq'escenemc people.
Lola Whyte, left, and Chelsea De Johnson of Old Soul Rebel performed at the Fifth Annual Hootstock Festival in Forest Grove on July 23. More than 40 bands and musical artists played at the Bradley Creek Stump Ranchers Hall on July 22-24.

Hootstock Festival celebrates B.C. indie music

Music event focuses on the music, not making a profit

Lola Whyte, left, and Chelsea De Johnson of Old Soul Rebel performed at the Fifth Annual Hootstock Festival in Forest Grove on July 23. More than 40 bands and musical artists played at the Bradley Creek Stump Ranchers Hall on July 22-24.
The 100 Mile N' Hour U16 fastball team, classified as Cariboo-North East, won gold in softball after defeating Fraser River 8-0, at the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford on July 24. The team was undefeated throughout the competition.

Cariboo-North East wins gold in BC Summer Games softball

Local boys show no mercy in decisive championship victory

The 100 Mile N' Hour U16 fastball team, classified as Cariboo-North East, won gold in softball after defeating Fraser River 8-0, at the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford on July 24. The team was undefeated throughout the competition.
South Cariboo Rowing Club coach Will Van Osch, left, and rowers Noah Betz, Lydia Kinasewich, Courtney Cave and James Edge, and coach Donri Heise enjoyed the rowing events at the BC Summer Games on July 22-24. The rowers performed well, with Kinasewich and Betz achieving personal best times in 1,500-metre time trials.

100 Mile athletes do well at BC Summer Games

Rowers proud to compete against the best in the province

South Cariboo Rowing Club coach Will Van Osch, left, and rowers Noah Betz, Lydia Kinasewich, Courtney Cave and James Edge, and coach Donri Heise enjoyed the rowing events at the BC Summer Games on July 22-24. The rowers performed well, with Kinasewich and Betz achieving personal best times in 1,500-metre time trials.
Frank Huber, left, helps his sister and driver Rosanne Jacobse direct Gracie through the marathon obstacle course at the 10th Annual Cariboo Trails CDE and Driving Clinic on July 17. The event had a large turnout despite the weather, with 27 drivers competing.

Big turnout for 10th annual carriage driving event

Change of course made for some challenging and exciting fun

Frank Huber, left, helps his sister and driver Rosanne Jacobse direct Gracie through the marathon obstacle course at the 10th Annual Cariboo Trails CDE and Driving Clinic on July 17. The event had a large turnout despite the weather, with 27 drivers competing.

Correction

Story writer made a counting error with subject's age

Sanford and Dillman Hornets pitcher Reg Hooper blasted a home run out to left field to bring in the winning runs in the playoff championship game against the Shuswap Defenders on July 20. The final score was 5-3.

Sanford & Dillman Hornets win Men’s Fastball Championships

Reg Hooper delivers the shot heard 'around the Cariboo'

Sanford and Dillman Hornets pitcher Reg Hooper blasted a home run out to left field to bring in the winning runs in the playoff championship game against the Shuswap Defenders on July 20. The final score was 5-3.
Shuswap Defender Jerome “Stumpy” Boyce whacked a line drive into center field during the 100 Mile House Men's Fastball playoff championship game. The game was close between Shuswap and Sanford & Dillman Hornets with Sanford winning 5-3.

Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap deliver amazing game

Fantastic finale to men's fastball playoff championship

Shuswap Defender Jerome “Stumpy” Boyce whacked a line drive into center field during the 100 Mile House Men's Fastball playoff championship game. The game was close between Shuswap and Sanford & Dillman Hornets with Sanford winning 5-3.
Reg Hooper was chucking in fireballs during some intense playoff action in the best-of-three series between Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap. Both teams won a game each taking them to the final game on July 20.

Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap duke it out in playoffs

Great playoff action comes down to a best-of-three series

Reg Hooper was chucking in fireballs during some intense playoff action in the best-of-three series between Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap. Both teams won a game each taking them to the final game on July 20.

Proposal for KIJHL Out of Province Travel fund approved

100 Mile House Council wants travel fund for hockey community

Reg Hooper was chucking in fireballs during some intense playoff action in the best-of-three series between Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap. Both teams won a game each taking them to the final game on July 20.

Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap duke it out in playoffs

Great playoff action comes down to a best-of-three series

Reg Hooper was chucking in fireballs during some intense playoff action in the best-of-three series between Sanford & Dillman and Shuswap. Both teams won a game each taking them to the final game on July 20.
James Gang band members Steve, left, and Prairie James brought a solid mix of classic blues and catchy country tunes to their Music at the Lakes performance on July 2. This was the first concert in a series running every Saturday at the Interlakes Service Centre until the end of August.

James Gang swoons with blues and country

Music at the Lakes begins with sombre homage to '60s classics

James Gang band members Steve, left, and Prairie James brought a solid mix of classic blues and catchy country tunes to their Music at the Lakes performance on July 2. This was the first concert in a series running every Saturday at the Interlakes Service Centre until the end of August.
100 Mile House Wranglers right winger #17 Justin Bond, left, and his mom, Linda Bond, had some great fun at the Wranglers Golf Scramble on July 16 at the 108 Golf Resort. This event was followed by a ring ceremony for the players at the 100 Mile Community Hall later that night.

Wranglers Golf Scramble a great success

Forgiving weather makes for fun family golf action

100 Mile House Wranglers right winger #17 Justin Bond, left, and his mom, Linda Bond, had some great fun at the Wranglers Golf Scramble on July 16 at the 108 Golf Resort. This event was followed by a ring ceremony for the players at the 100 Mile Community Hall later that night.

Get ready for the Interlakes BCRA Rodeo

Kick off the August long weekend with some cowboy action

Quille Farnham was one of the many who attended the unveiling of the new Jimmy Keller memorial plaque at BJ's Donuts and Eatery on July 5. Keller was a true cowboy of his time and a legend to the town of 100 Mile House. He passed away on July 25, 2015.

New plaque for a 100 Mile House legend

BJ Donuts & Eatery hangs new Jimmy Keller memorial plaque

Quille Farnham was one of the many who attended the unveiling of the new Jimmy Keller memorial plaque at BJ's Donuts and Eatery on July 5. Keller was a true cowboy of his time and a legend to the town of 100 Mile House. He passed away on July 25, 2015.

LNG Canada put a hold on pipeline proceedings

Global economy effect on gas prices a major factor in delay

Women’s fastball alive and strong

After 15 years, ladies league has returned to 100 Mile House

Men’s Fastball regular season comes to a close

Strong competition expected as semifinal playoffs begin

KIJHL reducing number of scheduled hockey games

Playoffs will also no longer be all best-of-seven series

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