Robert Fry of CaribooRadio.com brought five of this year’s eight Cariboo Idol 2015 entertainers to the Aug. 13 Performances in the Park.
Ruth and Charlie Travers rolled out the red carpet on Aug. 8 and 9 for their 20th annual gospel jamboree.
The Arts on the Fly music festival July 10-11 was another huge success.
At least one fisheries biologist in the region is concerned about the long-term impact of leaving tailings sludge in Hazeltine Creek.
The 19th Annual 7-7 Gospel Jamboree happened last weekend at Cochin Lake in the Chilcotin.
A pall of uncertainty hangs over Likely as a total breach in the Mount Polley tailings pond continues to pour Quesnel Lake.
Friends of former Yunesit’in Chief Ivor Myers are pitching in to raise funds to help him and his family get back on their feet.
The Tsilhqot’in First Nation and Interior Health Authority (IHA) signed a letter of understanding (LOU) on Aug. 21.
Union of BC Indian Chiefs vice-president Bob Chamberlin Chilko sockeye salmon face a danger from fish farms on the BC coast.
Impact of pine beetle on environment research topic of presentation at Scout Island Nature Centre.
First Nations logging company celebrates 20 years of success.
Debbie Allison Altherr has been performing her bluesy-style music in Williams Lake and the Cariboo Chilcotin for many years now.
The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra performed at a house concert hosted by Martin Comtois at his place on Cameron Street Saturday, June 16.
“Never judge a book by its cover,” says RE/MAX realtor George Meilleur (pronounced Meyer).
Martin Comtois did what he does best on Saturday, Sept. 10.