Michael Grace-Dacosta

Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Association says thanks

President says for 99 years, the BVAIA has promoted agriculture and industry through the Fall Fair.

Smithers Legion disappoints veterans’ families in Hazelton

Writer wonders what the rush was to remove wreaths from the Hazelton cenotaph

Smithers and Telkwa get affordable housing

Smithers and Telkwa receive combined $2.7 million from Province for 27 units.

BC’s history with railways in new book

Iron Road West contains 500 historical illustrations.

No answers on death of Jessica Patrick two months later

The RCMP and coroner has still not stated a cause of death.

Telkwa still remembers

Video of Telkwa students and photos from Remembrance Day ceremony.

Taxi airport parking problems

BV Taxi and Smithers Airport conflict on safety, service and security treatment of drivers.

New Smithers council gets to work

Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach expressed excitement over diversity of ideas with the new council.

Witset movie nights bring families together to support community groups

The Lion King will be shown at the next movie night on Nov. 16.

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen voted parliamentarian of the year

This is the first time Cullen has won the award.

SD54 shows design plans for new Walnut Park school

Construction is expected to begin next spring secretary treasurer Dave Margerm said.

Smithers supportive housing for the homeless done in December

Tenants are expected to start moving in next January according to B.C. Housing.

Late night Telkwa car crash causes power outage for over 1,800 people

Smithers RCMP says speed and alcohol may have been factors in the crash.

Fallen veteran far from home honored

Even though he’s across the pond, Leslie Sutcliffe was not forgotten by his alma mater.

Bulkley Valley food producers asked to develop climate change strategy

Registration due Nov. 7 for workshop that will show producers regional climate change projections.

Housing for women and children fleeing violence

B.C. government funds transition housing for women and children fleeing violence in Smithers.

Mz. Judged 2018 meet and greet

The sold out pageant raises money for programs that seek to end domestic abuse

Smithers Art Gallery’s 6×6 fundraiser returns

Close to 300 local artists of all ages donated over 350 pieces to the gallery for a silent auction.

Bill Goodacre says goodbye

The Smithers council member received Smithers’ highest honour: the Freedom of the Municipality.

Gail Lowry re-elected mayor of New Hazelton

Lowry will be serving her third straight term as mayor.