Trevor Hewitt

‘God help gun owners like me if [the Liberals] get a majority’: former gun club president

Brian Atherton says the recent Liberal gun ban could kill the Bulkley Valley Rod and Gun Club

‘It’s hurting our town’s image’: Pride Society against delay of rainbow sidewalk repaint

The organization expressed frustration over lack of consultation regarding decision

If volunteers want to repaint the rainbow sidewalk we should let them

Trevor feels at the very least we should let the community fundraise the sidewalks repainting

Smithers Public Library hopeful for August 4 reopening date

Library says the opening date depends on when they can get their plexiglass order

What shaving a llama taught me about food and resource security in the age of COVID-19

The Interior News’ Trevor Hewitt was in Hazelton earlier this month to learn about food security

It’s all in your perspective

If I had to sum up what I’ve learned in the last…

Walnut Park rebuild on track for September 2021 opening

On top of renovations the new building will contain a daycare with 42 childcare spots

Bottle Depot volume doubles following closure

Judy Hofsink says she’s never seen it so busy

Northwest consumers deserve easier access to transparency on gas prices

It shouldn’t require a background in investigative journalism or familiarity with freedom…

Telkwa Coal aiming for late 2020 or early 2021 submission of environmental assessment

In a virtual open house held on June 17 a number of…

Council allows secondary suites in semi-detached homes

Secondary suites in semi-detached dwellings on approved properties with laneway access permitted

Northern Health issues alert over rise in illicit Benzodiazepines contaminating street drugs

Healthcare provider has previously said COVID-19 could have impacted drug supply

A graduation well-earned and well-celebrated

The Bulkley Valley Christian School (BVCS) class of 2020 grads took to Main Street

Council votes to pen letter to fisheries minister asking for earlier Chinook opening date

The DFO is set to reassess Chinook fishing ban in Skeena River on July 15

Native Women’s Association calls for police reform in wake of recent Indigenous deaths

Chantel Moore and Rodney Levi both recently died following interactions with police

See you at the movies

P is for pandemic. It’s also for Phase 3. As we move…

Town pushes forward with Active Transportation Plan, postpones Third Street bike lane

The Strategic Priority Committee made a number of recommendations at their June 2 meeting

‘It’s definitely a weird time’: Dual SSS valedictorians reflect on unconventional final year

Tre Schmidt and Jared Lytle shared valedictorian duties for the SSS Class of 2020 grad

‘We all have a role in speaking up’: Bachrach expresses support for reimagining of police role

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP says reallocating funding to address root causes of issues is important