Carrie Lange recently earned a gold medal helping Team BC earn national bragging rights by winning the U-18 Canadian Rugby Championship.
The Tailgators were crowned A Division champions of the Williams Lake Slo-Pitch Year End Tournament.
Williams Lake’s Lucas Pinette is quickly making a name for himself in the sport of water skiing at the ripe age of 10.
Former Williams Lake resident Jason Mueller is currently living his dream of running a business abroad.
Cariboo Chiropractic and Medical Centre in Williams Lake offers patients a little of everything.
Williams Lake soccer official Viktor Stamenov refereed for a pre-tournament Women’s World Cup friendly match.
Interior Properties Real Estate has had incredible success in just a short time.
New owners of Caribou U-Brew, Bobbi and Owen Krist are very excited to continue the company’s tradition of customer service.
The Williams Lake Men’s Soccer League featured a pair of great games last Tuesday night.
The young and aspiring band Identity Crisis kicked off the 2015 Performances in the Park schedule Thursday evening.
Four Williams Lake F-Class rifle shooters had a solid showing at the Canadian Nationals in Ottawa Aug. 13-16.
A pair of Williams Lake mountain bikers placed second in the Team 100-plus Open category at the Singletrack 6 event.
Williams Lake golfer Lisa Kerley pulled off a major upset at the Prince George Integris Simon Fraser Open ladies golf tournament.
Williams Lake’s Mitch Gillis’ had to make the toughest decision of his life last December when he elected to retire from professional golf.
Residents of the area impacted by the Mount Polley Mine tailings pond breach received good news from Interior Health yesterday.
Williams Lake’s Gary ‘Saint Lion’ Mangat will look to right the ship in 10 days time and get back to his winning ways inside the octagon.
Local and provincial First Nations dignitaries spoke to a crowd of about 80 people on Sunday at the Xat’sull (Soda Creek) cultural event.
The Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex recently installed REALice Technology for both of their ice surfaces.
The wildfire west of Alexis Creek continues to grow as of Tuesday.
Hundreds of devastated Likely residents crammed into the community hall Tuesday afternoon looking for answers.