Apparently, around 3:30am on on September 26, Allison left her residence in Tatla Lake after asking a friend to watch over her children so she could attended the hospital in Williams Lake as she wasn't feeling well.
The Williams Lake RCMP Auxiliary have found a way to allowed seized alcohol to flow back into the community by way of a recycling program that the rest of the community can participate in, as well.
"I recently returned $59 worth of recycling from about one year's worth of confiscated alcohol at the local detachment," explains Williams Lake RCMP Auxiliary Constable Andy Walsh. Members will continue to take recycling in to the depot, and at the end of the year, the cash will be donated to a local organization that the group chooses.
Are you considering a run for City Council, the School Board, or the Regional District (as an Electoral Area Director)? Do you have questions about the work of an elected official and what it entails? As you may know, 2014 is a local election year. Nominations close on October 10th, and voting is on November 15th.
Potential nominees are invited to attend an evening information session on October 1st, 2014. The intent of this information session is to provide clarifications, address your questions, and help you make an informed decision about running for elected office.
The purpose of the Auxiliary Constable program is to strengthen community and police partnerships by providing volunteers with the opportunity to perform authorized activities in support of strategies which address the causes of, or reduce the fear of, crime and disorder.
On September 18, six new Auxiliary Constables were formally welcomed during the RCMP Auxiliary Badge Presentation Ceremony at City Hall. The event was emceed by Constable Bradley LeForte, the Auxiliary Constable Program Coordinator who responsible for all applications as well as overseeing the training for all new Auxiliary Constable training classes. "They're the ultimate volunteer," said Bradley LeForte. "It was something I wanted to do in my home town, but the Cape Breton Regional Police didn't have this program, and the closest RCMP detachment was too far away to make it a workable option."
(Photo: Kristin Turnbull, Gino D'Appolonia, Caleb Sheppard, Corwin Smid, Mayor Cook, Staff Sergeant Brissard, Keith Jones, Glenn Ford, Robert Crosina, Michael Olson and Willy DeVuyust. Mouse over to see different photo.)
Sometime over the weekend of September 13-15, unknown culprits operating a white Ford F-350 drove into a parking lot at a business on McDermid Road in the 100 Mile House Industrial Complex and stole a tidy-tank from another vehicle parked there.
On September 17th, 100 Mile RCMP were advised of a boat which had been adrift on Sheridan Lake and recovered by a local resident. The boat is described as a 20 foot aluminum boat with a motor and covered by a tan-coloured tarp. If you are aware of this boat being missing from its rightful location, please contact the 100 Mile House RCMP quoting file number 2014-2942.
The Forest Practices Board will audit four Range Act agreements and a First Nations woodland licence in the 100 Mile House
resource district during the weeks of September 29 and October 6, 2014.
Auditors will look at three grazing licences and one hay-cutting licence for compliance with the Forest and Range Practices Act (FRPA). In addition, Kenkeknem Forest Tenures Ltd.'s woodland licence will be audited for operational planning, harvesting, roads, silviculture and protection practices under FRPA and the Wildfire Act.
After a four month break, the Williams Lake Square Dancers are eagerly looking forward to another dance season.
Toes started to tap last week as the dancers welcomed the provincial government's proclamation of Square and Round Dance Awareness Week, September 14-20, 2014. The proclamation was signed by the Lieutenant Governor and recognized the many physical and mental health benefits of participating in this type of dancing.
Nick Turner, the club caller is quick to say, "What the proclamation didn't mention was how much fun square dancing is. Like many things in life, you won't learn square dancing in a single evening but dancers laugh a lot while they are learning and they have a blast! Loneliness and stress disappear out the door. Friendships are made and a variety of good music is enjoyed."
(Photo: With the Square Dance Awareness Week Proclamation in hand, Mary Anne Turner reminds caller, Nick Turner, that it is time to get his voice in shape for another square dance season.)
On September 19, the Williams Lake RCMP received a report of possible human remains in Likely. Williams Lake RCMP are investigating along with the North District Major Crime Unit and the BC Coroners Service.
As the investigation remains ongoing no further comment is available at this time. An update will be provided when possible, and when the investigation allows.
There is an exciting opportunity to become more involved in your community
The Williams Lake Stampede Board of Directors is a diverse group of individuals; ranging from past rodeo competitors to professionals in our community. The Board is looking to fill; the positions of two new directors this year.
The Williams Lake Sabercats Minor Football team will square off against Prince George on Saturday, September 20 and then against Quesnel on September 27 in back-to-back home games.
The fifteen Cariboo youngsters are hoping the community will get behind Williams Lake's first Minor Football League, and join them during these homes games to cheer them on.