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The outdoor farmers' market was busy on its first day, but not all are happy with the time change.
The public is being warned to stay clear of the Bulkley River as Smithers prepares for possible flooding.
The Lake Babine Nation has signed an agreement with the Province to receive economic benefits from a TransCanada LNG project.
For three weeks of every year Jim Fowler works around the clock to collect, filter and reduce the perfect birch syrup.
McDonald's Smithers will donate $1 from every Big Mac, Happy Meal or hot McCafe drink to the BVCDC on McHappy Day today.
An “invisible migration” taking place under the surface of northern rivers will be revealed with a series of events starting on May 11.
Smithers woman Lisa Glaim is raising awareness that suicide is preventable and treatment is available.
The Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine has drafted a medical marijuana bylaw to keep grow-ops away from schools and daycare centres.
The Smithers Public Library building is limiting its ability to expand but staff have big ideas for a planned new cultural centre.
More than 200 Smithers properties are without power after a wind storm caused outages overnight.
A 54-year-old Burns Lake man will appear in court tomorrow charged with three counts of second degree murder.
Bulkley Valley residents are being urged to help prevent a repeat of last year’s damaging wildfire season.
The Smithers Secondary School has been awarded $25,000 for winning a national competition held in conjunction with Earth Day.
The founders of small Smithers publishing company Creekstone Press explain why they stay in the business despite industry pressures.
A spike in the number of whooping cough cases in Smithers has prompted Northern Health to encourage more people to consider immunization.
The Town of Smithers has listed the construction of a new multi-purpose cultural facility as part of its four-year strategic plan.
New Hazelton RCMP is warning the community to be vigilant after an attempted sex assault and abduction on a female youth.
Lovers of literature can hear local poets and B.C. Book Prize-nominees read their work during two events at the Smithers Public Library.
Derrick Stacey Denholm explores how best to live with a respect for the wild in his new book, Ground Truthing.
Watch people from Tofino, whose mayor lost a bet against Smithers mayor Taylor Bachrach, sings their praises for Smithers.