Rod Link

Non-certified teachers help fill shortage in Hazelton

Six non-certified teachers hired to help fill 50 full-time equivalent slots in Hazelton and Kitwanga

Challenge vs LNG ‘vexatious’ claim

Dredging started for Kitimat dock expansion as Smithers resident fights Coastal GasLink in court.

First Nations also worried about LNG pipeline challenge

The elected bands already have contracts lined up should the project proceed.

Kitwanga inches closer to ambulance station goal

This year’s Humpy Run raises close to $20,000.

Kitwanga inches closer to ambulance station goal

This year’s Humpy Run raises close to $20,000

Juno award winner comes to Smithers

Brian Doerksen is a contemporary Christian artist playing Smithers Saturday.

Smithers seeks tougher burn regulations

Smithers mayor and council want stricter rules on slash pile burning and use wood for pellets.

Telkwa museum vandalized

Museum asks whoever broke the sign to rectify the error and help fix it.

More gun laws would be misguided

Root causes are the real issue says BV Rod & Gun Club president.

Sept. 5 editorial cartoon

By Rod Link

And who would you like to meet?

Writer would pick John McCain

Better northwestern B.C. cell service wanted

UBCM action called crucial for health and safety of travellers

Library support resolution to be considered next month

Local governments from across B.C. to meet in Whistler

Art gallery auction returns

The Smithers Art Gallery’s 6x6 Auction is back, a fun and exciting…

Make sure Spike has his leash

Editor, “We’re going for a walk, we’re going for a walk –…

Subway lends a hand

Subway helped raise money for a local cancer patient.

Local governments across B.C. to enter passenger service debate

Delegates at annual convention expected to debate special resolution

Smithers resident reported missing

Jessica Balczer is 18 years old

14 northern B.C. mayors ‘disappointed’ at LNG pipeline challenge

Say they support multi-billion-dollar LNG Canada project

Airport lounge a welcome addition

Can seat 118 people