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Smithers town council has struck a balance in developing a bike lane across the community.
Hazelton track star Regan Yee is a national junior champion in the 2,000-metre steeplechase.
Team allows only three goals over four games at provincial championships.
At the Town of Smithers council meeting June 25, moved unanimously to sign a contract with C and M Development Inc. to build a second arena.
The proposed bike lane stretches across most of the town, from Montreal St. near Smithers Secondary east to 16th Avenue by Canadian Tire.
The Smithers Cup victory was somewhat of a Cinderella story for the Smithers Men as they lost the first four matches of the league season.
Alex Schell and Jamie Tersago are working hard, preparing to face some of the best wrestlers in the country.
The U18 boys overwhelmed their rivals on Sunday in the two-game northwest zone finals to advance to the provincial championships in July.
Kim Tran was rejected by council in his bid to lower his upfront costs for a project he is developing on 3rd St. and Vancouver Ave.
Airport manager Rob Blackburn hopes the completion of the first lease agreement for land around the facility is a sign of things to come.
Regan Yee beat the B.C. record holder in the 2,000-metre steeplechase on the way to her first-place finish.
Smithers Judo Club members Reid Williams and Sa-yez and Simb-iyez Wilson fought their way to junior national championships in July.
Alana Simonelli was flying from Smithers to Toronto when her dog Niyah escaped from her crate while she was being loaded onto the plane.
South Hazelton track star earned two gold medals in the 3,000-metre and the 1,500-metre steeplechase.
Shogun Dojo continues to produce some of the best martial artists in Canada.
The Town of Smithers is looking into ways to become more business friendly.
Starting June 7, businesses will be open until 8 p.m. on Friday and most will maintain regular hours of at least 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Mostly new team needs to keep their cool: Captain O'Hara
A pee wee bodychecking ban approved by the Hockey Canada board is fully supported by the SMHA.
Stikine Liberal candidate Sharon Hartwell may be one of the few who believed Premier Christy Clark would form the next government.