Tara Sprickerhoff

2017 wildfires give B.C. mom chance to say thank you to officer who saved her son

An unlikely encounter in the rural community of Likely, near Williams Lake

B.C. man charged with two counts of animal cruelty after 46 dogs seized

SPCA invesigation concludes after dogs seized from a rural property north of Williams Lake

50 new fires sparked in B.C. after lightning strikes across province

Similar conditions seen at the beginning of 2017 wildfire season

Rural B.C. Realtors troubled by new real estate rules

Regulations take away choice of the consumer, says MLA

B.C. man loses appeal to get 10 dogs back after more than 100 animals seized

Animals seized from a property north of Williams Lake described as “distressed”

B.C. road crews brace for winter storm

Southern Interior mountain passes to see upwards of 30 cm of snow overnight

First Nation band bans mushroom harvest in West Fraser Complex fire area

?Esdilagh First Nation cites environmental, cultural concerns over landscape

Prime Minister Trudeau formally exonerates Tsilhqot’in war chiefs

Under sunny skies six Tsilhqot’in chiefs anticipate an historical move on the part of the federal government

Health Canada raids B.C. store for illegal products

Owners say they practice alternate preventative medicine

Evacuated cat finds his way home seven months after B.C. wildfires

‘He just decided he was going on a holiday — an extended holiday’

Two B.C. First Nation communities mourning loss of teen in reserve house fire

Williams Lake First Nation chief releases statement on death of teen

B.C. teen dies in fire in First Nation community

Emergency crews responded to a mobile home fire early Tuesday on the Williams Lake Indian Band’s Sugar Cane Reserve

CBC documentary to explain science behind BC wildfires

Into the Fire airs Nov. 5 on the Nature of Things

Above and Beyond awards for heroes of fire and floods

Nominations open for British Columbians until January.

Above and Beyond awards program announced for everyday heroes of wildfire and floods

Nominations open for British Columbians until January.

Parental leave should be used equally

The 100 Mile Free Press’s editorial for Sept. 28

Off-road vehicle ban to be lifted Wednesday

Area restrictions remain in effect around larger fires

In The Black: Rancher helps find cattle in Elephant Hill fire

‘There is nothing that won’t burn’

Squirrel causes grass fire in 100 Mile House

The fire grew to several meters, stretching across a front and toward a house

Aug 31: “Quieter day” on Elephant Hill fire

Still some growth towards Sheridan Lake