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Angie Mindus

Angie Mindus

My journalism career began in daily and weekly newspapers in Alberta. A desire to travel led me to a full-time photographer position at the Williams Lake Tribune in B.C.’s interior.

I honed my writing skills as a hard news reporter in Williams Lake for a decade before becoming editor of the Tribune and now regional editor for the Cariboo-North Thompson for Black Press, overseeing seven newspapers.

I am passionate about storytelling and the difference good journalism makes, whether that is in print or online.
When I’m not working you will find me enjoying the outdoors with my family in B.C. and Alberta.

Phone
778-417-0026
Email
angie.mindus@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Angie

P.G. Mounties urge caution as short-term rental regs set to change

P.G. Mounties urge caution as short-term rental regs set to change

Unknowingly offering short-term rentals to criminals can lead to trouble later
Cariboo ski hill reopens, offers free skiing to pass holders of closed hills

Cariboo ski hill reopens, offers free skiing to pass holders of closed hills

Troll Ski Resort received enough snow to reopen on the weekend
PHOTOS: Speed skating competition part of Lhtako Quesnel BC Winter Games

PHOTOS: Speed skating competition part of Lhtako Quesnel BC Winter Games

The competition is underway in Prince George
Lhtako Quesnel 2024 BC Winter Games set to get underway

Lhtako Quesnel 2024 BC Winter Games set to get underway

Everything you need to know about the opening ceremonies and events
Williams Lake mourns loss of community booster Anna Kalelest

Williams Lake mourns loss of community booster Anna Kalelest

A mother of two teenaged sons, she was also known as Anna Bear
Williams Lake city council to discuss support for junior hockey team

Williams Lake city council to discuss support for junior hockey team

An attempt in Quesnel last month ended with no deal reached
Chilcotin Log Church destroyed by fire

Chilcotin Log Church destroyed by fire

The matter is under RCMP investigation
Threat prompts police presence, hold and secure at 2 Clearwater schools

Threat prompts police presence, hold and secure at 2 Clearwater schools

Raft River Elementary and Clearwater Secondary schools impacted
UPDATE: Highway 97 reopens after collision, 2 sent to hospital

UPDATE: Highway 97 reopens after collision, 2 sent to hospital

Motorists were held up both ways for about eight hours
Snowfall warning ends for B.C.’s interior

Snowfall warning ends for B.C.’s interior

Environment Canada delivered on its forecast for lots of snow
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