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Nobody was injured in the fire, which destroyed six of the sawmill's kilns.
Two months after Premier Clark was in Ottawa to promote LNG, Northwest First Nations leaders visited Parliament with the opposite message.
Bulkley Valley residents challenged to do 3,000 good deeds today.
Since the rainbow crosswalk controversy began, Smithers Secondary's Gender Sexuality Alliance bulletin board has been defaced several times.
Tests have found too much lead in the drinking water at Twain Sullivan Elementary in Houston, B.C.
Police are investigating a reported sighting of Jennifer Derbyshire in Vernon at about 6 a.m. this morning.
An overview of last night's Smithers town council meeting, covering the 2016 budget, Ranger Park Preschool, and a $2M loan.
Past and present Wrinch Memorial Hospital staff shared fond memories at an event held when it changed hands in March.
Well-known in Smithers for her generosity, Elizabeth Norton left a parting gift for the homeless.
As warm weather brings more traffic to the Bulkley Valley, police are urging motorists to slow down and make room for emergency vehicles.
Telkwa residents now have cell and wireless Internet access after a new Telus site went live.
The famous Main Street alpenhorn statue will be taken down for repairs this fall.
Smithers RCMP is reminding the public about a common phone scam where the caller claims to be from the Canada Revenue Agency.
Smithers residents are among Canadians across the nation celebrating St. Patrick's Day today.
Orphaned cubs are being nursed at the Bulkley Valley's Northern Lights Wildlife Society after being rescued.
Town councillors last night voted to oppose the location of the Pacific Northwest LNG processing facility in a letter to the CEAA.
J.R. LaRose will urge the public not to stay silent about violence against women at public events in Moricetown and Gitsegukla this week.
A teenager who allegedly shot at his classmates with a BB gun is one of three who have been suspended from Smithers Secondary School.
The Smithers Action Group Association has shut down, ending its decade-long push to build an affordable housing complex in Smithers.
The Ewk Hiyah Hozdli Dance Group in Smithers is performing traditional Wet'suwet'en songs and dances to keep their culture strong.