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Moricetown's Brent Jim is now Dr. Jim, MD, having just graduated from medical school at the University of British Columbia.
Smithers resident Walter Bucher was recognized for outstanding contributions to public safety in British Columbia.
Saturday, June 9 at 1 p.m. a walk begins at the Lake Kathlyn School parking lot to keep alive the memory of Ramona Lisa Wilson.
Cunningham received a free 2012-2013 season pass after becoming the fifth recipient of the Legendary Local program from Hudson Bay Mountain.
Bulkley Valley Christian School students pitched in to clean up along Highway 16.
Last year, BVDistrict Hospital Auxiliary donated 14,600 hours of their time and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the hospital.
The museum is hosting two shows highlighting the contributions to the Bulkley Valley by Dutch and Swiss immigrants.
Scouts from the Bulkley Valley spent time learning crime scene investigation techniques from Smithers RCMP Const. A. vanLeeuwen
One hundred white crosses, erected along Highway 16 near Telkwa by a group opposed to abortion, were ordered taken down.
Rebecca Holmes has gone a long way since her high school art class with Mr. Gillespie at Smithers Secondary school.
Dawsyn Remillard, 11, was happy to be riding Coco during her first horse training lesson at the Smithers Fairgrounds May 19.
The Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind wants Smithers residents to know they consider themselves a local service.
Bulkley Valley Search and Rescue attends three or four swift-water related incidents every year and reminds boaters to be cautious.
Staffie Brine and Jean Maskiewich enjoyed their last day as volunteer instructors, May 3, at Pioneer Place Activity Centre in Smithers.
Telkwa council discussed the Cenotaph, spring freshet, music in the part and water and sewer rates.
Good news of any kind, regarding healthcare in Canada, has been as scarce as respect for the environment within the Conservative government.
Should RCMP dismantle the peaceful blockade of the GTS offices as ordered by B.C. Supreme Court Justice McEwan?
Smithereens, who don’t know a rotor cutter from a rail fence, will still be able to help construct the Smithers Centennial 2013 Quilt.
A Moricetown family of five people have been left homeless after a fire tore through their home the morning of Sunday, May 6.