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150 Mile mom starts fire baby group

150 Mile mom starts fire baby group

Inspired by her own evacuation story new-mom Amy Emery decided to start a Summer 2017 Fire Babies Facebook Group.

150 Mile mom starts fire baby group
Photo submitted. Three cedar logs bearing signatures of wildfire emergency personnel will go on permanent display in Williams Lake, said Bryan Reid Sr. of Pioneer Log Homes who came up with the idea.

Signatured Pioneer logs to become permanent 2017 wildfire legacy

Three logs donated by Pioneer Log Homes of B.C. have been signed by hundreds of emergency personnel who helped during the wildfires in the Cariboo-Chilcotin.

Photo submitted. Three cedar logs bearing signatures of wildfire emergency personnel will go on permanent display in Williams Lake, said Bryan Reid Sr. of Pioneer Log Homes who came up with the idea.
UPDATE: B.C. First Nations chief denies sexual interference against a minor charges

UPDATE: B.C. First Nations chief denies sexual interference against a minor charges

Elected Chief of the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation Roger William made first court appearance Wednesday

UPDATE: B.C. First Nations chief denies sexual interference against a minor charges
A city-wide evacuation alert has been issued for the entire city of Williams Lake due to forecasted weather conditions. Angie Mindus photo.

VIDEO: Evacuation alert issued for Williams Lake

Williams Lake CAO “fairly confident” that there will be no evacuation order Monday night

A city-wide evacuation alert has been issued for the entire city of Williams Lake due to forecasted weather conditions. Angie Mindus photo.
BC Wildfire Service photo. A wildfire burning 40 kilometres southwest of Lac La Hache is 100 per cent contained at of 1 p.m. Saturday, but is classified as “out of control,” the BC Wildfire Service says.

Update: Crews and equipment battling wildfire southwest of Lac La Hache while campfire ban looms for Chilcotin region

Update: The wildfire burning 40 kilometres southwest of Lac La Hache is…

BC Wildfire Service photo. A wildfire burning 40 kilometres southwest of Lac La Hache is 100 per cent contained at of 1 p.m. Saturday, but is classified as “out of control,” the BC Wildfire Service says.