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Two Smithers Secondary School 2018 graduates medaled at the B.C. Athletis Championship in Coquitlam.
Next Smithers skateboard camp is Aug. 7-9.
A busy personal life for organizers means there will be no Moricetown Mud Bog in Witset this year.
26 young athletes are headed to what might be one of the biggest events of their lives so far.
One of the most famous equestrian displays in the world will be here for two shows July 28.
Elks Park ball fields were busy with 21 teams vying for supremacy in three different age classes.
Record number of participants and record times at Lake Tyhee.
Dragon boat open to all twice per week on Tyhee Lake.
Group formed before the first Midsummer back for its 35th.
The event is now in its third year and has led to the development of new special relationships.
Pre-registration ends Wednesday and volunteers still needed for big Bulkley Valley event.
The current Smithers Art Gallery show by Suzo Hickey is all paintings of scenes from Prince Rupert.
Lifeguard and aquafit instructor Sam Daniyan says Smithers is full of positive people.
Sarah Kerbrat, home from veterinarian school in New Zealand, wins Prince Rupert golf tournament.
Tour de Smithers and Upchuk gave very different cycling options on a beautiful weekend.
PHOTOS: Local athletes came out to give their best but the Special O competitors were hard to beat.
Also: Smithers Minor Hockey president leaving growing program.
Competition with players from across North to select teams for provincial championships in Kamloops.
In the end conditions were just about perfect for the Bulkley Valley Pool Triathlon.
BVCS team gets fifth place at the recent Single A Golf High School Provincials.