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The Northwest Premium Meat Co-op has opened the door to markets local farmers couldn’t have imagined.
The 21st Smithers Charity Golf Tournament, hosted by Smithers’ number one Canuck, Dan Hamhuis, is teeing off June 14-16.
It was a clear sign of spring as girls soccer kicked off the first playday of the season at Chandler Park, Saturday morning.
Bulkley Valley Farmers Market of the season was in full swing Saturday morning with vendors selling fresh produce and other goods.
Last Tuesday Smithers Council moved ahead with the rezoning of the airport, Walnut Drive and an A-1 zoning amendment.
McBike held their annual Mother’s Day Fun Run to support the Canadian Diabetes Association and had one of the largest turnouts on record.
Bulkley Valley musicians recently picked up a number of prestigious awards at music festivals throughout the northwest.
Two gun shots, no witnesses, a dead bear. Now three cubs call Northern Lights Wildlife Society home.
The Bulkley Valley Regional Pool hosted a bouldering competition with climbers young and old trying to conquer the knuckle busting routes.
The Town of Smithers signed a 10-year agreement with Ambleside Projects Ltd. to develop land in the Willowvale subdivision.
BC Book Prize nominees Charlotte Gill and Pamela Porter were showing off their beautiful home grown stories in Smithers last week.
The Gryphons Sr. Boys Rugby team was back at it again last weekend taking on the local rivals from Terrace, Prince Rupert and Houston.
Harmony TaeKwon-Do hosted the 2012 ITF TaeKwon-Do provincial championships last weekend, a first for Smithers.
Throughout the JRP hearings the potential economic benefits for Canada and northern B.C. of the Gateway pipeline were largely unheard.
The Gryphon Girls Rugby Team was tied up in playday action last weekend, taking on their northern counterparts from Terrace and Houston.
Smithers council is one step closer to realizing the dream of a second sheet of ice after receiving a complete schematic design.
Claire Schley, 5 displayed her original paintings at Heavenly Grinds, Saturday May 5. The paintings hang through to the end of May.
The Smithers Judo Club participated at the Prince George Open Judo Tournament April 21 and landed some promising results.
The Smithers secondary Gryphons golf team were on the fairway a couple weeks ago kicking off the season in Prince Rupert.
The 5th Annual C.O.B. Mass Bike Ride took over Main Street last weekend and officially started another season of riding in Smithers.