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Early closures at the Smithers hospital laboratory in July and August were caused by short-term staff shortages.
A group of volunteers will survey Smithers residents about bear safety in an effort to improve awareness and avoid encounters.
Northern Health is recruiting a second ophthalmologist for Northwest B.C., which could reduce long delays for Smithers residents.
The body of a missing Fort St. James man was located near Fort Babine yesterday.
Bulkley Valley residents will receive discounted flights from Hawkair after the carrier closed its Smithers office on August 1.
A diverse line-up of indie, alternative, jazz and rock bands have signed on to play the second annual event organized by local musicians.
Trail ride business owner Darlene Helkenberg says the BC SPCA has given her a deadline to improve the condition of her horses.
Glaciers are likely to be a thing of the past in the Bulkley Valley area by 2100, according to the authors of a recent report.
Dining out options in Smithers are set to increase this summer with the launch of the Northern Fusion Curry House and Commodity Juicery.
Bike to Work Week participants have received a grim reminder about safety on local roads after a Smithers cyclist was hit by a truck.
Environment Canada forecasts thunderstorms in eastern sections of the Bulkley Valley near Fort St James.
The number of registrations for Bike to Work Week Smithers is up by 100 in 2015.
A local doctor expects there will be an influx of patients at the hospital emergency room after he stops taking walk-in appointments.
Pairs of draft horses will show off their immense horsepower at the upcoming Smithers Heavy Horse Pull.
New Hazelton RCMP was onsite at the Kispiox Hall this morning to supervise a protest at an LNG information session.
The B.C. government has signed a project development agreement with the Pacific NorthWest LNG project.
Wet'suwet'en elder Mabel Forsythe is handing down the leather-working skills she learned from her mother with a mukluk-making class at NWCC.
The search for a fisherman who went missing near Bella Coola last Friday has been suspended.
A program teaching traditional plant harvesting and herbal medicine-making is being offered at Bulkley Canyon Ranch.
Spurred on by concerns of LNG pipeline projects on salmon populations, artist Lori Knorr developed a project on the fish’s migration.