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B.C.’s consumer protection watchdog has ordered a payday lender with a Smithers location to repay millions in illegal fees.
“I’d like to see the town clean up the contaminated site on Main and Broadway, rather than pretty it up and put park benches on it.”
The trial of a Houston accountant accused of defrauding a Moricetown logging company is finally nearing a close.
We asked Smithereens how they felt about the federal government's proposed cap of 24 months for environmental reviews.
Roanne Kalkman son Ryan Blackwell treated like royalty by Barth Brooks at a recent concert in Las Vegas.
Smithers and Telkwa learn latest provincial recycling plan from environmental services director with the regional district.
Northwest Community College may find new ground for its mining field school—Nunavik, northern Québec.
Rules protecting scenic corridors, wildlife and old growth may be relaxed to secure timber for a new sawmill in Burns Lake.
When Grade 4’s from across the Bulkley Valley gathered in Moricetown for a learning feast last Wednesday.
Your take on how the residents of Smithers contribute to the local volunteer base.
Full report cards will soon return to the Bulkley Valley School District now that Bill 22 has legislated an end to job action by teachers.
Celebrated quilter Dianne Jannsen gave a trunk show and two-day workshop to Bulkey Valley quilters at Rough Aces Bible Camp last week.
Calligrapher Julie Maloney has penned a collection of sayings from former Smithers fiddler, Oliver Schroer, she called Oli-isms.
New research suggests B.C’s beetle-infested forests will see a rise in snowpack as their canopies grow thin.
Deficit driven layoff notices at Northwest Community College have prompted a challenge from the union representing college instructors.
Residents who hike, ride or motor on Bulkley backcountry trails are being asked to comment on a summer trails plan.
High snow pack has raised risk of spring flooding in the Skeena and Nass snow basins. Weather in May and June will determine extent.
Jeff Kyba, hired in October, has a mountain of work to do as the new regional geologist.
What does it mean to be an educated citizen in the Bulkley Valley? That was the question on the table at a recent education forum.
A child welfare program run by the Office of the Wet’suwet’en will start supporting aboriginal families.