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On Sunday (May 26) the Bulkley Valley Otters are holding a swim-a-thon to raise money to help offset travel costs.
The Smithers secondary school boys rugby team defeated Houston 12-0 and 19-5 on the weekend to advance to the provincial championship.
Smithers Town Council voted to select C & M Development Inc. to be the contractor for the second sheet of ice project.
Lauren Smaha-Muir was recently chosen as one of 80 midget-aged female hockey players to compete at the U18 BC Cup in Salmon Arm.
In a special meeting of Town of Smithers council April 28 the new arena was the only topic of discussion.
Rod Taylor is the first ever Christian Heritage Party of British Columbia candidate to step forward in the upcoming provincial election.
Smithers Minor Hockey honoured their best on April 10.
Born and raised in Smithers, Bucher still lives on the same piece of property he grew up on.
Former Telkwa Mayor Sharon Hartwell wants to become the Stikine riding’s representative in the provincial legislature for the Liberal party.
Speed suits were just as common on Hudson Bay Mountain as fishnet stockings and onesies for the 29th annual event.
Four bids for the new arena project were opened in council chambers on March 28.
With grants, loans and donations, about $3.65 million is currently available for construction of a second sheet of ice.
Luke Smith won the top spot in slalom at his only competition of the year in Kelowna in February.
Smithers’ business community was out in full force at the March 12 council meeting to encourage the town to be more open for commerce.
More than 80 competitors took part in the second annual event last weekend.
The Smithers Steelheads defeated the Stampeders 6-3 Saturday night and 7-3 on Sunday afternoon to win the league championship.
On March 8, NASS partners with the Disabled Skiers Association of BC to offer a three-day Level 1 Certification Course for Instructors.
The Smithers Steelheads have moved on to the final round of CIHL playoffs after dominating the Kitimat Ice Demons 5-1 Saturday night.
The Town of Smithers has proposed a two per cent tax levy increase to allow for funding of key community projects in their 2013 budget.
Town council directed staff to look into the viability of having a public washroom located along Main St.