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A fleet of supercars filled a quiet Langley City street to visit Langley City teen Alyssa Anderson on Sunday, July 25, as part of the Drive Project. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Cool cars provide some automotive magic for B.C. teen

Driven Project brought fleet of supercars to quiet street

On the Ropes - Tom Roper

Valley couple spreads passion for goat preservation

Tom catches up with Jim and Leesa Easterday and their mountain goat mission

  • Jul 22, 2021
Kale after harvesting. (Erik Jacobsen photo)

Food for thought and for the belly

Erik starts to harvest the fruits of his labour

Former Smithers and Telkwa mayor Carman Graf (left) in a vintage fire department cruiser at the annual parade held on Main Street August 21 to kick off the 100th Bulkley Valley Exhibition held in Smithers from August 22 to 25. (Trevor Hewitt photo)

Fall Fair returns to normal with addition of parade

With B.C. now in Step 3 of its Restart Plan, fairs and festivals are back on track

Former Smithers and Telkwa mayor Carman Graf (left) in a vintage fire department cruiser at the annual parade held on Main Street August 21 to kick off the 100th Bulkley Valley Exhibition held in Smithers from August 22 to 25. (Trevor Hewitt photo)
Jordie Hutchinson, left, and Philippe Bernier founded the Bulkley Valley Youth Sport Foundation on the philosophy that no child should be denied access to sport based on financial barriers. (Thom Barker photo)

New youth sport charity seeks to eliminate barriers

The Bulkley Valley Youth Sport Foundation ramps up for fundraising

Jordie Hutchinson, left, and Philippe Bernier founded the Bulkley Valley Youth Sport Foundation on the philosophy that no child should be denied access to sport based on financial barriers. (Thom Barker photo)
Commercial salmon harvesters are devastated by the DFO announcement on June 29 of 79 salmon fishery closures, a media statement on July 8 from a coalition of 13 fish harvester organizations stated. (File photo)

Commercial salmon harvesters are ‘devastated’ at the recent 79 fishery closures

A coalition of 13 B.C. fish harvester organizations said the move is a ‘radical course of action’

Commercial salmon harvesters are devastated by the DFO announcement on June 29 of 79 salmon fishery closures, a media statement on July 8 from a coalition of 13 fish harvester organizations stated. (File photo)
A winner from the 2019 Ootsa Lake Fishing Derby showing off his catch. (Lakes District News file photo)

Residents to enjoy Ootsa Lake Fishing Derby this year

The annual Labour Day Ootsa Lake Fishing Derby is back this year…

A winner from the 2019 Ootsa Lake Fishing Derby showing off his catch. (Lakes District News file photo)
(Pxfuel)

A cocktail to-go? mixed drinks with takeout delivery orders

Mixed drinks must be packaged for travel and be ordered with a main course

(Pxfuel)

Change and compassion

Editor: A wailing as silent as the night arose in the room…

The Gardener's Corner

Erik takes time to answer some gardening questions

Questions for the Gardener’s Corner, Erik answers

  • Jul 15, 2021
The Gardener's Corner
On the Ropes - Tom Roper
On the Ropes - Tom Roper
Jeanine Siemens and Paul Trudeau are offering tours on e-bikes in Parksville Qualicum Beach. (Michael Briones photo)
Jeanine Siemens and Paul Trudeau are offering tours on e-bikes in Parksville Qualicum Beach. (Michael Briones photo)
MMIWG Mural begins July 1 in Smithers. (Deb Meissner photo)
MMIWG Mural begins July 1 in Smithers. (Deb Meissner photo)
Students make a “tiny home” sign with their hands as part of the Tiny Home Challenge at John Paul II Catholic School. (ELENA RARDON / ALBERNI VALLEY NEWS)
Students make a “tiny home” sign with their hands as part of the Tiny Home Challenge at John Paul II Catholic School. (ELENA RARDON / ALBERNI VALLEY NEWS)
A memorial tribute to Police Service Dog Gator is growing at a the foot of a flagpole in front of the Campbell River RCMP detachment on July 9, 2021. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror

Memorial for Campbell River police dog killed in line of duty grows

VIDEO: Emergency personnel conduct vehicle parade memorial for Gator

A memorial tribute to Police Service Dog Gator is growing at a the foot of a flagpole in front of the Campbell River RCMP detachment on July 9, 2021. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror
Hagwilget First Nation is located fewer than five kilometres from New Hazelton. It is home to approximately 220 on-reserve members. (Google Maps photo)

Band council says protestors interfering with important work

Postponed elections now planned for early October

Hagwilget First Nation is located fewer than five kilometres from New Hazelton. It is home to approximately 220 on-reserve members. (Google Maps photo)
Deb has a soft heart for creatures big and small (File photo)

Deb has a soft heart for creatures big and small

Check under your vehicle before driving off

Deb has a soft heart for creatures big and small (File photo)
Northern Health Connections bus. (File photo)

Northern Health Connections returns bus service to Pre-Pandemic passenger eligibility

Northern Health Connection busses return passenger eligibility to Pre-Pandemic standards

Northern Health Connections bus. (File photo)
John Jensen was a mentor for many with his blunt, plain talk, underpinned by humour and warmth - if he thought you were worth it. (photo supplied)

Northwest labour leader memoir out in print

“We understood that the ruling class and the working class had very little in common.”

John Jensen was a mentor for many with his blunt, plain talk, underpinned by humour and warmth - if he thought you were worth it. (photo supplied)
Smithers Interior News Editorial

Reconciliation needs our children

Reconciliation needs our children

  • Jul 8, 2021
Smithers Interior News Editorial