Trevor Hewitt

Indigenous-led land use, reducing annual cut amounts among recommendations from conservation group

SkeenaWild’s report looks at how northwest B.C. can sustainably develop its forestry sector

Smithers Brewing Company wins fan favourite award at Williams Lake Craft Beer Festival

The brewery won the award for its “London Fog”, a dark mild ale with earl grey tea and vanilla

Smithers Secondary School 1968-1970 alumni group donates two benches to school

The benches were purchased with net proceeds from the group’s recent 50-year reunion

Telkwa receives $740,000 towards commercial and residential flood protection

Stikine MLA Doug Donaldson made the announcement on Feb. 24

Terrace farm hosts second annual meet and greet for farmers in Skeena-Bulkley Valley

The event will be held at Thimbleberry Farm in Terrace on March 7

The best game you can name

We were recently lucky enough to have a number of Vancouver Canucks…

If you want to remain anonymous then don’t get into activism

Trevor discusses the court’s take on publishing a person’s photo in the news without their permission

Smithers Flyers Vs. Vancouver Canucks Alumni – Saturday/Sunday

A panorama of the Mar 1 game between the Smithers Flyers and…

Spring is here again

We are getting there. The days are longer , the sun shines…

Deputy mayor says tax, user fee increases going towards Town’s long-term planning

The proposed budget contains a 5.5 per cent property tax increase

Its up to students even more than adults to fight bullying

Trevor feels the power to end bullying lies even more with students than teachers

Still no recycling solution between Town and Recycle BC

Both Smithers and Telkwa declined an offer from Recycle BC to truck recyclables to Terrace

Date to fix preliminary inquiry in Griffin case set for March 3

Griffin has been charged with the second-degree murder of a 23-year-old Houston man

Smithers Pro-Life Society participating in 40-day vigil to support anti-abortion movement

The vigil will be held outside the Central Park Building between Feb. 6 and April 5

Lake Kathlyn school sold to Wet’suwet’en for new seat of government

The 11.64-acre property was listed in mid-January for an asking price of $1.1 million.

‘Kids saw this as their legacy’: SSS students speak against decision to remove painted ceiling tiles

As of Feb. 20 an online petition against the decision is currently at just under 1,250 signatures

‘It’s a very ambitious goal’: retrofits, EV infrastructure at heart of community emissions plan

The Town will be holding an open house in early March to hear from the public

The RCMP need to let journalists do their job

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve likely heard about the…

Town budget proposes 5.5 per cent incease to property taxes

The proposed budget includes a 6.5 per cent increase in revenue, an 11 per cent increase in expenses

‘They were out of date’: ICBC president says company is trying to correct stale rate model

Nicolas Jimenez gave a presentation to council on Feb. 11