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The community may know Wyllie as Mr. Transit after 27 years on the job.
Another person is in serious but stable condition.
Natural resource workers rally to show their support for the industry and TransMountain pipeline.
New shelves paid for by $28,000 grant and digitization give more space for history.
Smithereens gather at rainbow crosswalk to cross into acceptance and celebration.
Serge Mazerand is many things—pianist, composer, and now an award-winning author.
The style update meant for clear identification finally has women’s uniforms and cost B.C. $195,000.
The first phase of feasibility study is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
The system will alert residents to various emergencies such fires, floods and other events.
There are 20 people who came from the other side of the world to study in Smithers.
Applications for funding from the United Way of Northern BC are open until June 15.
The case is rescheduled for June 19 in Smithers after RCMP says there may be more victims.
The Bulkley Valley Child Development Centre wants to know why it was denied funding.
Pole is one of 85 students from across Canada to be selected for the scholarship.
Smithers got the award for its infamous sidewalk bylaw.
Fashion show and a trunk show new additions this year.
‘Good chance’ at attempt for future in provincial politics.
A 4,000-square-foot, $465,000 fire storage building should be completed by the end of the year.
Residents of Smithers can receive up to $750 or $1,500 from the Town for switching out an old stove.
The Cup took place on Hudson Bay Mountain.