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Firefighters work to cool the edges on a prescribed burn near Bond Lake in Williams Lake on Sept. 22, 2022. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

More ecosystem restoration burns planned in Cariboo

Cariboo Fire Centre to burn at Doc English and Neewa

  • Oct 4, 2022
Firefighters work to cool the edges on a prescribed burn near Bond Lake in Williams Lake on Sept. 22, 2022. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
July 6, 2022 - A view of a vegetable food board. Food and recipes by Ellie Shortt.  Don Denton photo.

Beautiful food boards

The art of charcuterie

  • Oct 3, 2022
July 6, 2022 - A view of a vegetable food board. Food and recipes by Ellie Shortt.  Don Denton photo.
It is very important to secure garbage properly, because if a bear cannot access a food source easily it will lose interest, move on and will unlikely return a second time. (Black Press file photo)

FOREST INK: Follow good habits to keep humans and bears safe

Columnist Jim Hilton muses on bears

  • Oct 2, 2022
It is very important to secure garbage properly, because if a bear cannot access a food source easily it will lose interest, move on and will unlikely return a second time. (Black Press file photo)
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BetaBeat Reviews – Effective Formula That Works or Scam Complaints?

Type 2 diabetes is a growing problem in America today. Millions of…

  • Oct 1, 2022
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Janet Hanuse (left) with her youngest child Elleanna Hunt. Their family is working on breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma from residential schools. (Photo by Nicole Crescenzi)

Breaking the cycle: How one B.C. woman’s healing journey is being passed to her children

Janet Hanuse talks about intergenerational trauma and how it’s impacted her family

  • Sep 30, 2022
Janet Hanuse (left) with her youngest child Elleanna Hunt. Their family is working on breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma from residential schools. (Photo by Nicole Crescenzi)
Taylor Musseau - Lia Crowe photo

Game changer

Real estate dynamo Taylor Musseau brings a holistic approach to life and career

  • Sep 30, 2022
Taylor Musseau - Lia Crowe photo
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TupiTea Reviews: Is Tupi Tea Supplement Worth Buying or Scam?

TupiTea is marketed as a potent blend of all-natural aphrodisiacs that improves…

  • Sep 30, 2022
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Marisa Blewett is running for school trustee Area 1. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: Nicola Koroluk is vying for trustee Area 1

Koroluk answers questions posed by Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Marisa Blewett is running for school trustee Area 1. (Photo submitted)
Christina Hoppe is running for school trustee Area 1. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: Christina Hoppe is vying for trustee Area 1

Hoppe answers questions from Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Christina Hoppe is running for school trustee Area 1. (Photo submitted)
Incumbent Marisa Blewett is seeking re-election as trustee Area 1. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: Trustee Area 1 candidate Marisa Blewett

Blewett answers questions posed by Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Incumbent Marisa Blewett is seeking re-election as trustee Area 1. (Photo submitted)
Terry Webber is running for school trustee. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: Trustee Area 1 candidate Terry Webber

Weber answers questions posed by the Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Terry Webber is running for school trustee. (Photo submitted)
Jim Ward is a candidate for Cariboo Regional District Area E director. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: CCRD Area E candidate Jim Ward

Ward answers questions posed by the Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Jim Ward is a candidate for Cariboo Regional District Area E director. (Photo submitted)
Marlene King is running for school trustee and CCRD director. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: CCRD Area E, trustee Area 1 candidate Marlene King

King answers questions posed by Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Marlene King is running for school trustee and CCRD director. (Photo submitted)
Richard Hall

MEET THE CANDIDATE: CCRD Area E director Richard Hall

Hall answers questions posed by Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Richard Hall
Daniel Bertrand lives with his family on Denny Island. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: CCRD Area A director, trustee Area 2 candidate Daniel Bertrand

Bertrand answers questions posed by the Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Daniel Bertrand lives with his family on Denny Island. (Photo submitted)
Dylan Coburn has lived in Ocean Falls for two years and is running for Area 2 trustee. (Photo submitted)

MEET THE CANDIDATE: Trustee Area 2 candidate Dylan Coburn

Coburn answers questions posed by Coast Mountain News

  • Sep 29, 2022
Dylan Coburn has lived in Ocean Falls for two years and is running for Area 2 trustee. (Photo submitted)
Indigenous artist John Marston in his Chemainus studio.The painting behind him is by his friend, Ladysmith artist Dennis Brown. In front of him are architectural plans for new artist studios in Ladysmith that he is helping to design. Don Denton photo.

Rising from the storm

Stz’uminus artist John Marston

  • Sep 28, 2022
Indigenous artist John Marston in his Chemainus studio.The painting behind him is by his friend, Ladysmith artist Dennis Brown. In front of him are architectural plans for new artist studios in Ladysmith that he is helping to design. Don Denton photo.
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VisiSharp Reviews – Effective Ingredients That Work or Cheap Hype?

Your eyesight naturally declines with age. Even if you have never worn…

  • Sep 28, 2022
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Jolandi du Preeze special effects finger nails. Lia Crowe Photography

On top…by going over the top

Jolandi du Preez finds her creative match in special-effects nails

  • Sep 26, 2022
Jolandi du Preeze special effects finger nails. Lia Crowe Photography
There were about 20 competitors in four different weight classes at Cariboo’s Strongest competition this year, including Kyle Cook. (Photo submitted)

Cariboo’s strongest test their mettle

They lifted logs overhead, flung sandbags over a bar Highland Games-style, and deadlifted a car.

  • Sep 25, 2022
There were about 20 competitors in four different weight classes at Cariboo’s Strongest competition this year, including Kyle Cook. (Photo submitted)