Thom Barker

Skeena Resources, Tahltan prez excited by purchase of Eskay Creek

Skeena gets full control of mine, Barrick gets 12 per cent of Skeena and a one per cent royalty

Smithers Community Radio buys Lions railcar

The Lions are liquidating assets following dissolution announcement

Outage should remind us how lucky we are

Clean, reliable electricity is something we take for granted, but shouldn’t

Stage at Bovill Square defaced

Town crews cleaned up the graffiti as soon as they were notified.

Why “all lives matter” is not appropriate

Letter writer responds to previous letter on rainbow crosswalk

VIDEO: Witset cannabis shop officially opens

The store, located at the gas bar on Hwy 16, is open seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Tahltan fighter from Telkwa wins provincial award

Lando Ball recognized for his commitment to and accomplishments in karate and for community service

Lions Club to dissolve at end of year

The club’s secretary cited ‘aging and dwindling membership’ for dissolution decision

Community Futures gets new business liaison position

The new advisor will boost Nadina’s capacity to help businesses through COVID recovery

Town raises rainbow flags in lieu of repainting crosswalk

Council decides it could not afford the crosswalk this year

Early morning fire shuts down Smithers-Telkwa dump

Regional District of Bulkley Nechako expects to be able to reopen on Friday morning

Dze L Kant prepares Youtube celebration for Indigenous Peoples Day

The video will be available June 19 and include drumming, dancing, moose-calling and bannock-making

Too much ado about a small patch of asphalt

Opposing the rainbow crosswalk on non-religious grounds is disingenuous

Van Driel named BC School Sports Coach of the Year

BV Christian School coach says highlight of career is still the 2017-2018 Outstanding School Award

Down the Bulkley on a homemade catamaran built for two

Bruce McGonigal and Rob Goodine plan to float from Quick to Smithers in August

Ramona Wilson parade marks 26th anniversary of teen’s disappearance

Decorated convoy of vehicles replaces traditional march due to COVID-19 measures

Smithers leads the North in Support Local BC gift card sales

The gift card promotion was started to help businesses with cash flow through COVID-19

No “negatives” with business restart in Smithers: Worksafe inspector

Lawrence Joice says he was impressed with his walkthrough of 50 downtown businesses

Northern Development relaxes rules on business facade grants

Trust removes matching funds requirement and restrictions on what money can be used for