Michael Grace-Dacosta

Smithers Tai Chi Players welcome new members

Tai chi is martial art that originated in China but is mainly used as a form of active mediation.

Telkwa BBQ 2018

Everyone had fun at this year’s Telkwa BBQ

Provincial Finance Committee will come to Smithers for opinions on its 2019 budget

Smithers is one of 14 communities the committee will visit this fall.

Smithers business swindled in BC Hydro scam

BC Hydro scam appears to target small business owners

Babine Animal Hospital has moved to a new location

The new building is about 4000 square feet whereas the old building was 2000 square feet.

Telkwa Council looks into retail cannabis.

It’s a question of where and how pot is sold, says mayor

Smithers and Hazelton get new buses

The new buses, ARBOC Spirit of Mobility buses, have between 17 to 23 seats.

B.C. 2018 wildfire season may be coming to an end

As of Aug 30, the total cost of fire suppression for the BC Wildfire Service is $360 million.

Parlour Panther brings positive vibes to Smithers

The band’s newest album Hot Magic is available on all streaming platforms.

2018 Fair Fall Photos

Everyone had a great time at this year’s fall fair.

Bulkley Valley wildfires show slight improvement

Four members of Smithers Fire and Rescue were sent to Burns Lakes on the weekend.

Spirit of the North Photos

Photos from Spirit of the North’s story time at the library and family folk dance at Bovill Square.

Paul’s Bakery celebrates its 60th anniversary

Despite everything around it changing, the bakery has remained a family affair.

Men’s health fair comes to Hazelton

Men can get footcare and free haircuts at the fair.

Dairy Queen’s 16th annual miracle treat day

Dairy Queen has raised over $135 million for the Children’s Miracle Network to date.

Local family raises funds for Make-A-Wish foundation

This will be Lindsay’s second year fundraising for Make-A-Wish foundation.

The Rodeo Club hosts BBQ for Smithers Community Cancer Care Team.

The Community Care Cancer Team provides funds for travel, medicine, and more for cancer patients.

Salvation Army hosts BBQ and concert at Bovill Square

Children from the Salvation Army’s Mountainview music camp will perform at the concert.

Bramslevens try to turn personal tragedy into hope for others

Joe and Tammy Bramsleven’s son, Kelel, passed away in their arms from a rare disorder.

No Northwest regional geologist for close to two years

The position has been vacant since December 2016.