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Brian Vike is one of the best-known UFO watchers in Canada. Google “red orange light” and his Vike Factor blog pops up.
Wet’suwet’en and other First Nations leaders protested against Enbridge’s Gateway pipeline project at the company’s shareholders’ meeting.
Critics of a Bulkley Valley summer trails plan say its organizers are biased against quads and other off-road vehicles.
This year’s Bulkley Valley Christian School musical, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, rings with Smithers-style charm.
We asked Smithereens about the latest hike in minimum wage.
Perfect speaker, no, but Mark Edwards says he has found a perfect place to practice speaking—the Bulkley Valley Toastmasters club.
Smithers librarians face hard choices now that the federal government has axed its public computing program.
B.C.’s environmental assessment office okayed a wider-diameter pipe for the proposed Pacific Trails Pipeline.
We asked Smithereens if they thought the Northern Gateway Pipeline project would be approved by the National Energy Board.
Social worker Marlaena Mann says she still meets many young people who hitch-hike along the “Highway of Tears.”
Mrs. Pudding visited Smithers last week to share tips on living with diabetes.
Timber and job loss estimates in confidential ministry report sharpened debate on rules to ease impact of the mountain pine beetle.
“Fashion for Peace” hits the catwalks Thursday, Aoril 26 at 7 p.m. and guests are expected to raise lots of money for a good cause.
We asked Smithereens what they thought about the recent changes to Grant's Law.
Smithers keeps it quiet, says Lawry Lund, but this mountain town is home to some wildly out-of-the-box entrepreneurs.
Troubled by audit of how B.C. government manages timber, mayors and rural directors RDBN seek independent advice on forestry.
Telkwa residents will see a small rise in property taxes this year as the village prepares for future growth.
Work BC opened its doors April 2 at the corner of Main Street and Highway 16 and the location is paying off already.
“Co-housing” is a term Charles Durrett invented for something he first saw in Denmark in the 1970s.
After five successful summers in Smithers, the Bulkley Valley Museum hopes to expand into the Five Rivers Culture Crawl.