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The 27-year-old victim was treated at Bulkley Valley District Hospital Wednesday morning.
200 marijuana plants, several pounds of dried buds, growing equipment and $2,000 cash were seized from a property near Highway 16.
A second family of Syrian refugees were greeted at the airport by their local sponsors in Smithers today.
A male youth and adult female suffered possible burns and smoke inhalation in a blaze at the Hudson Bay Trailer Court on Friday.
Syrians greeted with hugs and tears by local relatives during Family Day arrival at Smithers airport.
A new digital archive will make it possible to search the Bulkley Valley Museum collection online.
The first Syrian refugees to arrive in Smithers will be greeted by their local relatives this Family Day long weekend.
Former Houston mother and daughter will stand trial for animal cruelty relating to 53 animals seized by the SPCA in Alberta last year.
Forestry companies have been urged to take measures to prevent fuel theft on isolated logging roads.
Police are warning the public not to give money to phone scammers, who have been posing as police officers and tax workers.
Snow and freezing rain are forecast in the Northwest tonight.
The first family of Syrian refugees could arrive in Smithers any day.
Northern Health outlined its plans for taking over Wrinch Memorial Hospital at a public meeting in New Hazelton today.
A lane of Highway 16 was closed when a truck hit the ditch near Telkwa.
High school students from Smithers and Houston say they have returned from a class trip to China with a new appreciation for hard work and education.
People travelling Hwy 16 could register to be monitored if a Gitxsan-run satellite service gets support to expand its coverage.
Benjamin Alles spent an eye-opening two weeks helping Middle Eastern refugees arriving in Greece
The B.C. government has revealed a $3-million plan for safer transportation along Highway 16 after a symposium in Smithers last month.
Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Minister John Rustad announced funding for Gitxsan skills training at a meeting in Hazelton Wednesday.
Relatives of Highway of Tears victims have called for rural consultations to be part of a national missing women inquiry, launched today.