Tom Best

Smithers Secondary sports season off to a good start

The Junior girls volleyball team won all five of their matches at a home tournament last weekend

BV Otters prepare for another season in the pool

Registration has gone well and the introductory levels have encouraged new swimmers to sign up.

Local runner a surprise finish in first 10 km race

Luke Smith is officially a Special Olympic runner but that does not hold him back in any way.

Pool offers subsidized lifeguard training

The Bulkley Valley Pool and Recreation Centre is now offering subsidized lifeguard…

Terry Fox run raises $5.2K for cancer research

Annual Smithers fundraiser attracts 150 participants

Hazelton runner named to national Pan Am Games team

Regan Yee will compete in the women’s 3000m steeplechase event Aug. 10

Celebrity golf tourney boasts star-studded field

The bi-annual event raises more than $100k for health-related charities

Importance of creativity the soul of art show

Bulkley Valley Christian School showcases student art

Grizzlies movie a stark depiction of Arctic life

Film star and music composer visit Smithers Secondary School

Bulkley Valley U14 boys soccer squad wins zones

The Rapids will now proceed to provincial championship in Prince George July 4-5

Passing the ball

An introduction to rugby

Smithers Secondary dominates Northwest Track and Field Zones

Smithers high school athletes finish first in more than 50 events

Madison Richter achieves triple crown

Smithers bowler one of elite to win bantam, junior and senior national titles

Magic man delights Walnut Park Elementary

David Leif is living the dream many years after discovering magic when he was eight

Trade show puts Smithers businesses on display

Expo not just about business, but a family affair, says outgoing chamber of commerce manager

Pickleball grows in popularity

It all started in the mid-1960’s when a couple of avid badminton…

Steelheads recruiting event shows promise

A small but enthusiastic group of organizers is hoping to put a Smithers team back in the CIHL

Smithers dojo captures quadruple gold

Four local youth and one adult top their divisions in national championship competition

Golf course on solid financial ground

Improvements to membership structure and restaurant management paying dividends

Two Smithers bowlers go to nationals

Madison Richter and Peyton Pettigrew are heading to Oshawa after winning gold at B.C. provincials.