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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.
The air quality statement for the Bulkley Valley ended July 17.
Smithers resident Scott Olesiuk took eerie photos of his drive down a mostly deserted Highway 20.
Greg Vinnish, who has friends and family in Smithers and visits, went missing July 6.
Barbecue fundraiser for a new skateboard park coincided with the Portland Loo toilet ribbon cutting.
The paving over the water improvements on Main St. includes 1.8 metres of widening for bike lanes.
A man is in custody after three people were allegedly threatened with a gun in Smithers.
Friend asks people to watch for him on the unbeaten path
Including asks from users adds up to an estimated $16.8 million. The proposed budget is $10m.
Kids’ faces were beaming through the rain during the opening of the new playground at St. Joseph’s.
Sean Kuntz was on his way to Saanich. His last text was between Williams Lake and Quesnel.
Recreational salmon fishing is shut down in the entire Skeena watershed, including the Bulkley.
The approximately $195,000 Portland Loo is installed in downtown Smithers June 14.