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Some young riders were out enjoying the Tour de Bella Coola on May 1. (Angie Morris photo)

Cyclists will be able to lock bikes in Bella Coola

New bike racks to support cyclists and their bikes in the valley

Some young riders were out enjoying the Tour de Bella Coola on May 1. (Angie Morris photo)
Cariboo Memorial Hospital in Williams Lake is the focus of a call for action by both TNG and Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Lorne Doerkson. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

‘Lives are at stake’: TNG calls for independent investigation into Cariboo Memorial Hospital

‘We need more information on what is being done to fix the problems,” said Chief Joe Alphonse

Cariboo Memorial Hospital in Williams Lake is the focus of a call for action by both TNG and Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Lorne Doerkson. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Horses from the community of Esk’etemc race down the slope in a traditional annual roundup which brings the horses back from winter range to the reserve. (Georgina Chipman photo)

PHOTOS: Indigenous Cariboo horse roundup a time-honoured tradition

Horses returned from winter range in Esk’etemc thanks to leadership of Bill Chelsea

Horses from the community of Esk’etemc race down the slope in a traditional annual roundup which brings the horses back from winter range to the reserve. (Georgina Chipman photo)
Pharis and Jason Romero filmed their latest video with Rick Magnell in the historic 153 Mile Store. (Rick Magnell video capture)

VIDEO: Juno-award winning folk duo showcase B.C. history in new song

Video filmed in historic 153 Mile Store was the ‘perfect place’

Pharis and Jason Romero filmed their latest video with Rick Magnell in the historic 153 Mile Store. (Rick Magnell video capture)
A rare American badger with young cubs is living on a lot in a Williams Lake neighbourhood. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

UPDATE: Endangered American badger raising kits in Williams Lake

Rare animal delights residents as young begin to emerge from the den

A rare American badger with young cubs is living on a lot in a Williams Lake neighbourhood. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The Art for Ukraine show at the Station House Gallery will include a diverse range of mediums and styles, all of the art was donated to help raise funds in support of humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. (Black Press Media photo)

Williams Lake’s Station House Gallery to open Art for Ukraine show and fundraiser

Show will feature over 50 works by various artists to help raise funds for Ukraine

The Art for Ukraine show at the Station House Gallery will include a diverse range of mediums and styles, all of the art was donated to help raise funds in support of humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. (Black Press Media photo)
Remi Vande Weghe and his dog Maya were setting out for Dog Creek on April 30, 2022 from Williams Lake, as part of a tour through western Canada back home to Quebec. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Bicycle tourist rides through B.C. with his dog en route back to Quebec

Remy Vande Weghe is taking his dog Maya for a very long ride

Remi Vande Weghe and his dog Maya were setting out for Dog Creek on April 30, 2022 from Williams Lake, as part of a tour through western Canada back home to Quebec. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The workshops at Yunesit’in were set up in stations, where different aspects of the landscape and ecosystem were explored and incorporated into the mixed-media canvas pieces by participants. (Cindy Charleyboy photo)

Cariboo Art Beat workshops combine fire and art

Williams Lake workshops help build bridges between First Nations and government

The workshops at Yunesit’in were set up in stations, where different aspects of the landscape and ecosystem were explored and incorporated into the mixed-media canvas pieces by participants. (Cindy Charleyboy photo)
Ten Nuxalk hereditary chiefs gathered for a feast in Bella Coola. The event saw a return to some community ceremonies for the Nuxalk Nation. (Photo submitted)

Nuxalk hereditary chiefs host fest in Bella Coola

Gathering marks a return to ceremony for community

Ten Nuxalk hereditary chiefs gathered for a feast in Bella Coola. The event saw a return to some community ceremonies for the Nuxalk Nation. (Photo submitted)
Jim Mack, from left, Peter Siwallace ,Deric Snow, and Jeff Snow were wearing regalia at the hereditary chiefs’ feast in Bella Coola on March 17. Jeff Snow was honoured and provided a sacred blessing after 36 years of service as a paramedic, 30 of those years in the Bella Coola Valley. (Facebook photo)

Bella Coola paramedic retires but still plans to serve community

Honoured at ceremony for 30 years with BC Ambulance

Jim Mack, from left, Peter Siwallace ,Deric Snow, and Jeff Snow were wearing regalia at the hereditary chiefs’ feast in Bella Coola on March 17. Jeff Snow was honoured and provided a sacred blessing after 36 years of service as a paramedic, 30 of those years in the Bella Coola Valley. (Facebook photo)
Cariboo Memorial Hospital in Williams Lake has lost one of its senior surgeons. (Williams Lake Tribune file photo)

Longtime Williams Lake surgeon resigns over Interior Health admin changes

Dr. Dan Brosseuk has lived and worked in Williams Lake for the past 27 years

Cariboo Memorial Hospital in Williams Lake has lost one of its senior surgeons. (Williams Lake Tribune file photo)
Don Parsons, left, chief operating officer and interim general manager with Mount Polley Mining Corp. (MPMC), and Willie Sellars, WLFN chief, were at a job fair event hosted by WLFN and MPMC, Thursday, March 17, to share employment opportunities with the mine as it ramps back into production. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Mount Polley mine northeast of Williams Lake aims for recommissioning this spring

Mine ramping back up and seeking extension on effluent release into Quesnel Lake

Don Parsons, left, chief operating officer and interim general manager with Mount Polley Mining Corp. (MPMC), and Willie Sellars, WLFN chief, were at a job fair event hosted by WLFN and MPMC, Thursday, March 17, to share employment opportunities with the mine as it ramps back into production. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
James Wood at about 16 years old, not long before he began to drift from his friends. His sister said James was inspired by their cousin Dody Wood, who played for the San Jose Sharks and gave James his stick. (Photo submitted)
James Wood at about 16 years old, not long before he began to drift from his friends. His sister said James was inspired by their cousin Dody Wood, who played for the San Jose Sharks and gave James his stick. (Photo submitted)

Williams Lake woman calls for alert system after vulnerable brother dies at 27

James Wood fled family home in West Kelowna as family sought mental health treatment

James Wood at about 16 years old, not long before he began to drift from his friends. His sister said James was inspired by their cousin Dody Wood, who played for the San Jose Sharks and gave James his stick. (Photo submitted)
James Wood at about 16 years old, not long before he began to drift from his friends. His sister said James was inspired by their cousin Dody Wood, who played for the San Jose Sharks and gave James his stick. (Photo submitted)
This photograph of the Great Bear Rainforest, Bella Coola, B.C., is a version of the one taken by Chilcotin photographer Jesaja Class and featured in National Geographic. (Jesaja Class photo - Tweedsmuir Park Lodge)

Chilcotin photographer’s Great Bear Rainforest images featured in National Geographic

Jesaja Class, 24, gets noticed for his work with Tweedsmuir Park Lodge

This photograph of the Great Bear Rainforest, Bella Coola, B.C., is a version of the one taken by Chilcotin photographer Jesaja Class and featured in National Geographic. (Jesaja Class photo - Tweedsmuir Park Lodge)
The Bella Coola Valley Ridge Riders Rodeo is hoping to run a full event in July 2022. (Michael Wigle file photo)

Bella Coola Valley Rodeo back in black

Grant to help the Riders with ohsting the 2022 rodeo

The Bella Coola Valley Ridge Riders Rodeo is hoping to run a full event in July 2022. (Michael Wigle file photo)
Gas prices are on the minds of vehicle drivers these days. (File photo)

10 ways to reduce your fuel bill

Some options to help you pay less at the pumps

Gas prices are on the minds of vehicle drivers these days. (File photo)
Gas prices are on the minds of vehicle drivers these days. (File photo)

10 ways to reduce your fuel bill

Some options to help you pay less at the pumps

Gas prices are on the minds of vehicle drivers these days. (File photo)
Guy Ridler was out for some fat biking on Fox Mountain’s mountain bike trail network on Sunday, Jan. 30. On parts of the trail, faeries and other little creatures can be found amongst the trees. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Fat biking trending this winter around one B.C. Interior town

Groomer helps cyclists get some turns in over the winter months around Williams Lake

Guy Ridler was out for some fat biking on Fox Mountain’s mountain bike trail network on Sunday, Jan. 30. On parts of the trail, faeries and other little creatures can be found amongst the trees. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
This January through February, the Bella Coola branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library is promoting an Adult Winter Reading Club. Readers can win prizes for logging their reading. (VIRL photo)

Bella Coola branch of the VIRL promotes reading club

The club will run January to February

This January through February, the Bella Coola branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library is promoting an Adult Winter Reading Club. Readers can win prizes for logging their reading. (VIRL photo)
The Black Sheep Brothers Max (left) and Chase at their roadside kindling business in the winter, using waste wood and salvaged slash. (Ali Krimmer photo)

Young Bella Coola Valley brothers and entrepreneurs on fire with new kindling business

Max and Chase Matuga started their business during the pandemic

The Black Sheep Brothers Max (left) and Chase at their roadside kindling business in the winter, using waste wood and salvaged slash. (Ali Krimmer photo)