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Destination BC has named Smithers as one of the top five mountain towns in the province.
Aaron Williams’s book launch for Chasing Smoke is Oct. 12, 7 p.m. at the Smithers Public Library.
The Salvation Army in Smithers launched their new school lunch and backpack program last week.
Smithers District Chamber of Commerce talks tax changes and want an extension to consultations.
A sign-up sheet to do a lottery system was a suggestion, with siblings still getting in.
Smoke management plans discussed in Smithers.
Event in Gitanmaax will honour and celebrate the resilience of Gitxsan residential school survivors.
The Town ended the notice 27 days after being issued due to coliform bacteria in the water.
The school was built in 1967 and has the capacity to house 415 students.
Snapchat is completely blocked. Instagram and Facebook are only available when class is not on.
Pumpkin spice latte is everywhere and that can only mean one thing: fall has arrived.
Public meeting at Round Lake Hall Thursday night on proposed recreation restrictions.
Crews received the call just before 9:30 p.m. Monday.
The boil water notice is into its third week and will continue as more work and tests are done.
Schools, businesses and residents affected by second week of Smithers boil water advisory.
Josh Casey give his perspective of being taken into custody for a good cause.
Demolition derby, slowpitch tournament, concert and food at this year’s event.
Layout of terminal will change, allowing more passengers in a new hold room with washrooms.
Wet’suwet’en and Gitxsan delegation speaks of discrimination in Canada at United Nations.
Kids walked the plank as a pirate took over the BV Pool. Maintenance workers take over Friday.