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Dialog on green new deal for Canada reaches Smithers

Coalition wants Canadian CO2 emissions cut in half by 2030

  • Jun 20, 2019

BV Pool addresses lifeguard shortage in annual general meeting

One solution BV Pool is looking at is reducing fees for a number of steps required to lifeguard

Construction on new Walnut Park school pushed back to Summer 2020

The project was previously slated to begin this summer.

WATCH: Woodchuck saved on Main St. in Smithers
Northern Lights bear cub orphans
WATCH: Emergency personnel on scene after a woman was hit by vehicle at Hwy 16 and Main
Trudeau on Trans Mountain and climate action

B.C. Maxim Cover Girl semi-finalist victorious despite second-place finish

Brandi Hansen says her main goal was to spread an empowering message to others

SD54 passes 2019-2020 annual budget

Also discussed was future projected enrollment for the district.

Vivian Krause wants U.S. money out of anti-resource activism in Canada

Vivian Krause is fed up with U.S. money going to anti-resource activism…

Transfer station experiences uptick in usage after Smithers, Telkwa suspend curbside recycling

In the wake of a May 9 fire Recycle BC has been experiencing an uptick in usage.

Family frustrated Terrace dad with advanced cancer must wait weeks for treatment

‘We can see his health declining every day,’ daughter says

Hazelton Secondary School withdraws notices for temporary dress code

Parents previously told the Interior News they felt there was inadequate consultation over the rules

BBQ raises over $3,400 for Bulkley Valley family working at African orphanage

It was franks for farmers this Saturday at Telkwa’s Castle Bulkley Valley…

Ramona Wilson Memorial Walk: Twenty-five years, but still no closure

“What we’re standing for today is that nobody is going to sweep this under the rug, nobody.”

What you imagine, you create

Alex Mikhailau wants you to know that it doesn’t take much to try your hand at art.

Society cleans up Tyhee Lake shoreline

New board intends to restore lake to its natural beauty

  • Jun 15, 2019

Muheim class repeats 2017 award for interaction with seniors

Liliana Pesce’s Grade 4-5 class honoured by BC Retired Teachers Association

Scouts take over Thyee Lake

Smithers hosts Beavers from the Skeena Area

Smithers raises $12,000 for DeHoog family through garage sale

One man’s trash is a larger community’s fundraiser.

Muheim theatre performance not one to forget

Project Memory show devised by Vancouver-based professional theatre artist and teacher Susan Bertoia

Telkwa councillor named assistant superindent of school district

Matthew Monkman was previously SD54 principal of technology and innovation

Donaldson announces seal coating for portions of Hwy 16, Kispiox

Two sections of road in the Bulkley Valley have had their fate sealed.