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Smithers council settles on presenting public with concept of building new library/gallery first.
Moricetown Band council also said they’d like to rename lakes and rivers, including Bulkley River.
The work of adding chlorine is done, but testing won’t start until next week after flushing is done.
A woman was saved Wednesday afternoon after becoming stranded on a rock in the middle of the river.
The CDC aims to renovate facility that services 30 communities in an area covering 1,450 sq km.
Lively ceremony celebrated Gitsegukla staff and council’s swearing of oaths to serve their community.
Smithers RCMP say a police vehicle crashed with a truck trying to make a left turn.
The ticket for having a fire against regulations is $1,150, fines are up to $100,000.
Millions in agreements with First Nations will not be paid after LNG company pulls out.
A wide variety of services with an emphasis on wellness are available in Gitanmaax.
National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls starts work ahead of hearings.
New B.C. Minister Doug Donaldson talks wildfires, softwood, grizzly hunt and more.
The rainy weather Saturday made for a great race, and the first rally race was Sunday. Full results.
There is a free bbq at Allen Park in New Hazelton Friday to celebrate high speed internet coming.
A ribbon cutting was held to celebrate the completion of the modernized maternity ward in Smithers.
Smithers airport expansion ready to takeoff in weeks after another budget increase to $8.48 million.
Jerry Krietz was last seen July 7 and wasn’t at work July 10, which is out of character for him.
Twenty firefighters were expected to arrive Thursday to hold back the 2,062-hectare fire.
The Town of Smithers set up a Red Cross page for evacuees of B.C.’s wildfires.