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Council has declared a climate emergency, but is sitting on money that could mitigate its effects
Four out of 10 wildfires in B.C. are preventable, do your part
Having an adult hockey team is good for the players and the community
WATCH: Smithers Secondary School honours Antoinette Austin, Bill Goodacre in annual portrait project
Reducing and reusing more effective than recycling
A CT scanner is a huge deal for Smithers. Now, how about a new hospital?
Council should take decision on urban beekeeping very seriously
As the end of the Second World War fades we must not become complacent
Bad cycling is a hazard to both cyclists and drivers
Local business matters, local news matters and we’re in this together says Interior News publisher
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
Everybody is looking for their fair share, but the pie is not getting any bigger
Ask not what your community can do for you
Like it or not, petroleum-dependency is not going away any time soon
The Interior News salutes those people who have to work on the holiday
Two is too many
Thom Barker plans to bring weekly editorial on local issues to the newspaper
Thom Barker doesn’t like secrets in government and thinks town council shouldn’t either
Christian advocacy group ARPA’s director says Cullen always had time for people he disagreed with.
Questionable claims about forestry and climate change from forest ecologist Jim Pojar.
Guest View from writers involved in the United Nations declaration.