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The Bulkley Valley Otters Swim Club are making waves as two of their top competitors continue to rank among some of the best in the West.
The Smithers Secondary school boys rugby team is gearing up for another year, despite lingering winter conditions on the playing fields.
The Smithers Library is home to author Josh Martin’s new online and interactive book, Run, in which readers can shape the plot.
The Smithers Saltos Gymnastics Club had a busy March, collecting a number of podium finishes at two competitions.
Recorda Borealis host a spectacular musical experience, Saturday April 7, at the Logpile Lodge, featuring Renaissance and Baroque music.
With the future economic viability of the Smithers Airport in mind, council approved rezoning of the airport grounds.
Skiers, from far and wide vied for the coveted Schuss Boomer Cup last weekend on Hudson Bay Mountain.
The Hankin-Evelyn recreation area has Evelyn residents speaking out about the side-effects of the growing project.
Besides racing, the 28th Annual Schuss Boomer at Hudson Bay Mountain was an opportunity to get all dressed up.
The Bulkley Valley Canoe and Kayak Club is holding rolling sessions every two weeks at the BV Pool.
Bulkley Valley biathlete, Angus Tweedie had an outstanding performance at the BC Winter Games with three first-place finishes.
Haleigh Callison of Smithers laced up for the Toronto Furies last weekend in Clarkson Cup action.
Smithers council discussed potential future plans for reducing green house gas emissions during a Committee of a Whole meeting last week.
Hudson Bay Mountain kicked off Spring break with Shiverfest last week, offering a number of activities throughout the week.
Dan Mesec shares his view on the importance of teachers for the future of our country.
Since the BC Government passed Bill-22, putting a halt to a teachers union strike two weeks ago, tensions are still high on both sides.
The Freemasons of Smithers recently donated funds to a number of community organizations, that depend on groups like the Freemasons.
The Hankin-Evelyn Backcountry Recreation Area is getting media attention this month looking to share the Bulkley Valley gem with the world.
he empty corner at Main and Broadway could soon look much different if funding is received for a planned town square style green space.
The Smithers Steelheads hoisted the Coy Cup high Saturday after a stunning 3-1 victory over the host Kitimat Ice Demons.