Trevor Hewitt

Crosswalk upgrades coming to King and Second

The solar-powered beacons should provide “an additional level of safety” to students crossing

Province approves proposed Smithers dispensary in principle

Co-owner Alfred Schaefer said the company is hoping to be open by September 23.

PHOTOS: Friday at the Fair

Check out our best shots from this year’s Fall Fair!

PHOTOS: Fall Fair Parade

The parade kicked off this year’s 100th Bulkey Valley Exhibiton, held August 22 to 25 in Smithers

Elections should not be a race to the centre

When you pander to the masses you often lose sight of where you got your true support to begin with

Council approves budget realignment for snow-clearing tractor

The $52,750 purchase will delay replacement of a backhoe

Gun club hosts Ladies Day at the range

Event provided instruction on rifle, shotgun and pistol shooting for women

Patrick Williston wins inaugural Rocks to Hops race

The race involved kayaking, running and mountain biking

SD54 takes lead on mental health literacy for staff and students

The school district’s part-time social emotional helping teacher has sown benefits after three years

Smithers and Telkwa approve purchase of mobile response unit

The trailer will serve as an office and sleeping quarters during emergencies around the district

Toboggan Creek hatchery completes fish fence

The fence went its first season without a bridge but the hatchery says the design is now complete

Smithers RCMP address crime index increase at quarterly update to council

Durnin said changes in the Town’s crime index are due to changes in how StatsCan collects police data

Woman hit at Hwy 16 and Main dies from injuries

As of publication, The Interior News has not been able to establish the name of the deceased

Son of Fall Fair parade creator returns to Smithers for 100th anniversary

At the time, Ed Corson Jr. was a high school student working at Smithers Cash & Carry grocery store

July 2019 for Smithers “almost record breaking” says climatologist

David Phillips could only find one year with both more total precipitation and number of wet days

BC Association of Farmers’ Markets announces online expansion for provincial farmers market guide

The BC Farmers’ Market Trail is designed to connect people to 145 BCAFM markets across B.C.

Old Hazelton gets new salmon mural

The mural artist has designed it so community members can paint sections as well.

Witset Mud Drags family organizers looking to pass along torch

The family that runs the races is ready to pass the checkered flag onto the next generation.

UNBC professor to study anti-colonial sentiment of former Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada

Research into Francis Bond Head suggests he was opposed to Upper Canada’s early colonial polices.

PHOTOS: Witset Sports Day

Photos from the Witset Sports Day held Aug. 10