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Ruth Lloyd

Ruth Lloyd

I am a lifelong learner who returned to school for a diploma in Journalism from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary, graduating in 2009.

This redirect brought me back to B.C. where I first worked for Black Press Media in Fort St. James at The Caledonia Courier and then took a break to do other jobs including biology, archaeology, and working for a community nonprofit.

After moving back to Williams Lake, where I was born and graduated from school, I joined the amazing team at the Williams Lake Tribune in 2021. I love the Cariboo Chilcotin region, its character, wilderness and diversity.

Phone
250-392-2331
Email
ruth.lloyd@wltribune.com

Recent Work by Ruth

Williams Lake $75M mass timber project sees both setbacks, progress

Williams Lake $75M mass timber project sees both setbacks, progress

Facility planned to mass-produce timber housing is still moving forward, said CEO
Some support, advice, for meat producers in Cariboo country

Some support, advice, for meat producers in Cariboo country

Small Scale Meat Producers Association provides resources for small meat farmers
Recovery centre near Williams Lake open for all

Recovery centre near Williams Lake open for all

Letwilc Ren Semec Recovery Centre offers support for people post detox on their path to recovery
Family calls for better care at Cariboo Memorial Hospital

Family calls for better care at Cariboo Memorial Hospital

The wife and daughter of a man who spent three weeks in hospital say they worry for others
Williams Lake RCMP thank public for assistance

Williams Lake RCMP thank public for assistance

After a missing person’s report on April 22, RCMP said the subject was found safe and sound
UPDATE: Missing elderly person located safe near Williams Lake

UPDATE: Missing elderly person located safe near Williams Lake

A ground and air search and rescue effort resulted in locating a missing person in the Wildwood area
Tick season is in full swing in Cariboo country

Tick season is in full swing in Cariboo country

The small insects can be a common sight in the springtime, especially on grassy hillsides
Williams Lake wife works to find living donor for husband

Williams Lake wife works to find living donor for husband

Wendy Bate is hoping to find a viable kidney for her husband, who needs a transplant
Williams Lake First Nation condemns Quesnel denialism controversy

Williams Lake First Nation condemns Quesnel denialism controversy

WLFN offers support for Quesnel nations as denialist book controversy continues for mayor, his wife
Williams Lake RCMP say call, don’t confront after gun incident

Williams Lake RCMP say call, don’t confront after gun incident

Two men with backpacks were reportedly attempting to break into a vehicle when the owner intervened
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