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It was an ironman climb to the top, during the third annual C.O.B. Upchuck race last weekend as Michael Jordan pulled off an incredible win.
Smithers Shogun Dojo was in Quebec last month fighting at the World Karate and Kickboxing Council National championships with some big wins.
Braden Butler practices his slack-line technique at Ranger Park last Saturday afternoon.
The Bulkley Backcountry Ski Society and Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition hosted the VIMFF for the fifth year in Smithers
Wouter Morkel took the coveted Norm Kilpatrick Tournament with an overall low gross of 144, four strokes ahead of Dennis Williams.
Smithereens shared their thoughts on proposed changes to employment insurance regulations.
The Bulkley Valley Kinsmen are preparing to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Telkwa barbeque and the line up is one for the books.
Smithers McBike held their annual men’s clinic last weekend to help riders advance to the next level of downhill mountain biking.
The Smithers Saltos landed big scores at the Prince George Invitational, setting the stage for their Aloha Invitational meet in June.
Smithers Mayor, Taylor Bachrach, was in Penticton, B.C. last week for the inaugural BC Mayors’ Caucus.
How many reasons does it take to invoke change? 100? 500? Or maybe 4,000?
The Princess Garden has a new home after a decision by Smithers Council to permit the demonstration garden to be located on town property.
Students from Muheim Elementary School paint salmon cutouts to decorate the fence that circles the school grounds.
The Bulkley Valley’s Bioblitz exploded in Smithers last weekend, as biologists and nature enthusiasts gathered at the Hunaker Springs.
The dirt was flying last weekend, as the Smithers Motocross Association held their first race of the season, attracting more than 50 riders.
Smithers track stars’ were hard at work last weekend trying to qualify for the BC Summer Games, in Surrey July 19-22.
We asked Smithereens if they participated in this year's Relay for Life.
The Bulkley Valley Bowman continue to build the sport of archery as they prepare for another year of the Jr. Olympic Program.
The Camels Rugby team is scrumming down for another season of rucks and tries in the Bulkley Valley.
Soccer pitches around Smithers are once again a beehive of activity.