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Smithers Fire Rescue reminding residents of the ban after several burn complaints.
SOAR held their opening ceremony Saturday evening.
The over 2,000 guides landed in Smithers on Friday and Saturday for SOAR.
Sherrie Fraser describes how her home is still intact among burnt remnants of neighbouring trailers.
Five teams all played for the grand prize at last weekend’s tournament.
Thirteen athletes from the Smithers area competed.
More fingers are being pointed at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
Willie Blackwater is re-elected as chief.
Over 30 grants totalling about $200,000 were awarded this year.
The rainy weather Saturday made for a great race, and the first rally race was Sunday. Full results.
Chief and council to be elected on Aug. 10 after election postponed.
Voting is taking place at the Community Hall. Two chief candidates spoke with The Interior News.
Bulkley Valley helps from firefighting and delivering supplies, to emotional and financial support.
Smithers still has the possibility to take on evacuees, but raging wildfires driving them south.
Four firefighters, fire truck and support vehicle heading to Cache Creek.
Over 2,000 girl guides will arrive in Smithers next week, with 700 landing on 737s at the airport.
Smithers and Telkwa Fire Departments could be sending personnel and or resources.
The field opened Monday, a couple of months later than expected.
Woman, 35, ticketed for driving without due care and attention.
BC Wildfire Service implements burn ban until further notice.