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Photo book project displays community’s depth

Disposable cameras given out in Smithers were key to success.

Guitar camps attract many each year

Adults and youth of all ages jam at Camp Caledonia on Tyhee Lake.

Not goodbye, just see you later

Cassidy’s time with the Interior News has come to an end.

CICK Deck Fest photos

The free outdoor concert on Aug. 10 featured some local performers

Walk to symbolize unity among area’s peoples

Sept. 8 walk to coincide with book release

Cultural centre redesign emphasizes public space

Plan is to revitalize Peace Park as well

Fall fair parade delights many

2018 Fall fair parade photos

Hazelton Hootenanny photos

Photos from the second annual Hazelton Hootenanny Aug. 17-19.

Fight against invasive species continues on Seymour Lake

Yellow floating heart continues to spread quickly.

Bulkley-Nechako agriculture ‘hardest hit’ by wildfires

Province anticipating federal assistance in dealing with situation

Evacuation order issued for Smithers Landing

An Expanded Evacuation Order has been issued by the Regional District of…

New era coming to Smithers hospital’s radiology department

Digital scanning to improve overall patient service in Bulkley Valley.

Hazelton Hootenanny returns for second year

Wide range of musical styles promised this weekend.

Shovel Lake fire near Burns Lake is the largest active fire in B.C.

The blaze is 50,000 hectares B.C.’s chief fire information officer, Kevin Skrepnek, said.

Witset Sports Day 2018

The weather was perfect for this year’s sports day.

Fort Babine commercial fishery to open Aug. 11

The fishery is opening due to a large sockeye return this year.

Shadowing enlightens crime author

Author J.G. Toews reads from her novel at Smithers library.