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Angie Mindus

Angie Mindus

Angie Mindus is the managing editor of the Williams Lake Tribune and the Weekend Advisor. After receiving her diploma in journalism from SAIT in Calgary, she moved to B.C. in 1994 to work for the Williams Lake Tribune as a photographer and news writer, and later as editor of the Cariboo Advisor. She came on board as the managing editor of the Tribune and Weekend Advisor in 2013. Mindus has worked at weekly and daily newspapers. She enjoys the lifestyle the Cariboo has to offer and is also busy raising a family in Williams Lake.

Phone
778-417-0026
Email
editor@wltribune.com

Recent Work by Angie

Pain exacerbated by lack of family doctor has B.C. senior desperate for help

Pain exacerbated by lack of family doctor has B.C. senior desperate for help

‘The system is leaving us high and dry,’ says Dr. John Mitchell of Williams Lake
Suspect in possible abduction arrested in Louis Creek motel

Suspect in possible abduction arrested in Louis Creek motel

RCMP found woman who fled into nearby bushes
Former Williams Lake resident wins at Canadian Strongman championship

Former Williams Lake resident wins at Canadian Strongman championship

Third time’s a charm for Anne Butters
‘Dream come true’: Williams Lake First Nation chief to dance at Canucks game

‘Dream come true’: Williams Lake First Nation chief to dance at Canucks game

Chief Willie Sellars and William Lulua part of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation ceremonies
Williams Lake declares state of local emergency due to land slippage

Williams Lake declares state of local emergency due to land slippage

Evacuation order issued for 4 Terra Ridge units, remaining 76 homes placed on alert
Williams Lake RCMP investigating suspicious death of man

Williams Lake RCMP investigating suspicious death of man

Residents said they heard four gun shots in the Glendale area early Saturday morning
Aggressive wildfire closes only road to Bella Coola

Aggressive wildfire closes only road to Bella Coola

An ESS Reception Centre is being set up at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex in Williams Lake
As wildfire season worsens in B.C.’s north, residents urged to prepare

As wildfire season worsens in B.C.’s north, residents urged to prepare

Have an evacuation plan in place
Wildfire creeps close to Tumbler Ridge amid evacuation order

Wildfire creeps close to Tumbler Ridge amid evacuation order

Fort St John opens ESS to greet overflow of evacuees from Dawson Creek
UPDATE: Evacuation order issued for Tumbler Ridge due to wildfire

UPDATE: Evacuation order issued for Tumbler Ridge due to wildfire

Evacuees are to report to the reception centre in Dawson Creek Ovintiv Events Centre.