SOME SOUTH CARIBOO PUBLIC EVENTS
SCSS Film: Inhabit – A Permaculture Perspective.
What if we could produce our food without damaging the earth and all its inhabitants?
Tuesday, 7pm at the Friendship Centre.
PSO Theatre Group - CLOCKWORKS
7:00pm nightly at Martin Exeter Hall
Free public skate 1:15 -2:45pm
South Cariboo Rec Centre - sponsored by 108 Mile Supermarket
Forest Grove Community Hall
23rd Annual Business Excellence Awards Dinner
January: Sled dog races, Curling Bonspiel
February: Cariboo Marathon
March: Ladies Curling Spiel
April: Festival of the Arts
May: Farmers Market Opens, Western Week
June: Square Dance Jamboree
July: Canada Day, Antique Car Show, Hootstock, Dancers & Pow-wow
August: South Cariboo Garlic Festival
September: Fall Fair
October: Halloween Town
November: Lions radio/tv auction
December: 100 Mile House Santa Claus Parade
South Cariboo annual calendar of events
SOME SOUTH CARIBOO NEWS
November 6, 2016: 103 Mile Boil Water Notice remains in place
A public information meeting is scheduled for the 108 Mile Community Hall on Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at 4924 Telqua Drive.
August 25, 2016: Man with violent past wanted by Kamloops RCMP has history throughout B.C. Interior
According to court documents, the offences were committed in 100 Mile House, but Muir's court appearances were scheduled for Kamloops Provincial Court.
June 16, 2016: Small plane crash in B.C. Interior kills passenger, injures pilot
A small plane crashed northwest of Kamloops, B.C., at Green Lake while trying to land on an airstrip on Thursday. The plane crashed into trees near the runway.
Flawed logic justifies the destruction of Fish Lake
When the British Columbia government have environmental approval to the controversial Prosperity gold-copper mine in December it used questionable logic, saying the operation was acceptable because the damage would be limited.
- CBC Radio 1 91.3 FM, Clinton 1070 AM
- CFFM-3 The Goat 99.7 FM
- CKBX - The Wolf 840 AM
- CaribooRadio.com via
TV: Shaw Cable, Xplornet, StarChoice
Internet is available through local providers
Newspaper: 100 Mile Free Press