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Rural recycle depot opens

RDBN gets into recycling

Victim of drunk driver speaks at Smithers Secondary School

Paralympic medalist encourages students to make smart driving decisions.

Smithers’ mountains to star in another movie

A Chinese production shot scenes for a movie on Hudson Bay Mountain

Fire destroys trailer

No one was injured in the blaze at Mountain View Trailer Park outside Smithers.

Maple Leaf Green World aims for summer operation

Company takes more steps for medical marjuana to be grown in Telkwa

Flamenco dancing

An introduction dance class was held at the Smithers Art Gallery on Thursday

April snow could bring May floods

Slow melt helps as local muncipalites working to reduce rising water concerns.

Smithers gets active transportation money

Upgrade to perimeter trail, tourism cash for New Hazelton and RDBN

Workshop an opportunity to learn more about Passive Houses

Energy efficient supportive housing also now taking applications.

Province planning to protect Bulkley Valley mountain goat habitat

Bulkley Valley last in area to get order because its population is at lowest risk: biologist.

New Smithers homeless count

Province to pay for new homeless count in 12 communities, including Smithers.

Student flees civil war and gets a taste of Canada

Grade 10 student Zsofia Tarackozi taking a break from being forced to move out of Ukraine.

RDBN trying to pick up recycling pieces

Rural residents should be able to once again reduce, reuse and recycle really soon.

Survey on downtown landscape redesign underway

Town wants the public’s feedback on design direction by Friday.

Ski tourism industry celebrates a successful season

Northern BC Tourism CEO said plenty of national and international media coverage on Bulkley Valley.

Bigger and safer bridge to be built across the Nass

New two-lane bridge will be safer and be able to accommodate heavier commercial vehicles.

Telkwa to replace Community Hall roof

Village to put out tender soon for repair work.

Dike along Telkwa River being repaired

West Horizon Contracting won the bid to do the job for $125,350.

Adopted Norwegian man looking for Smithers family

David Hjerto said he was taken away from his biological parents before he turned two.

Genealogical Society organizing their biggest conference to date

The event in Smithers will feature workshops and speakers from across the country.