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Telkwa’s mayor said the Village will continue to advocate for adjusting the territory boundaries.
Ajax, Ontario native travelled across the country by motorcycle while making a documentary.
Dan Hamhuis is going home.
Financial issues are the biggest challenge for international students according to a new report.
A train conductor discovered the body in Skeena River.
Smithers’ Kriese’s three-year appointment beings August 7.
Frozen North is open every day from noon to 8 p.m.
The report details work done over the past two years to remediate contaminated sites.
Members of the Witset community are being asked to reduce water consumption for the time being.
The first council meeting of the new administration was scheduled for July 9.
Smithers and north B.C. put on the Ale Trail map.
Chicken Creek performs first at Bovill Square, where every Friday evening is filled with music.
Matthew Jefferson, nephew of missing New Hazelton woman, started his journey on June 1 in Victoria.
Telkwa council discussed $50,000 grant, cannabis bylaws and the UBCM convention last Monday.
The second grade student from Gitanmaax was one of six winners selected from across the province.
For more on Jagmeet Singh’s visit to Smithers read the July 11 edition of the Interior News.
Ehrstien only started doing stand up seven months ago.
The Interior News reached out to incumbent mayors to find out who seeking reelection this fall.
Frontier Farwest Lodge hosted an event to teach kids about fly fishing and conservation.
PHOTOS: There was something for everyone at this year’s midsummer festival.