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Community forest donates $300K to community groups

Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation saw increased revenues in 2019

New report into sawmill explosions released

The report recommends streamlining investigative process

Kitimat Ice Demons able to squeak past Steelheads in 3-2 win

The winning goal came with just over three minutes left in the game

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Langley RCMP probe assault at Willowbrook mall
A very rare natural phenomenon spotted in Kamloops
Car drives over Port Mann with blown-out tire
Canadian health agencies are preparing for coronavirus

Smithers Brewing Company celebrates launch of four-beer Skeena Seasonal Series

Each of the unique offerings feature artwork by Roy Henry Vickers and locally-sourced ingredients

Muheim Memorial Elementary School at capacity

School district may have to restrict movement from other catchment areas

Tim Hortons gets green light on illuminated signage from council

Council approved a number of staff recommendations for the franchise’s spring 2020 renovations

Local podcast chronicles climate impacts in the Bulkley Valley

54 Degrees North: Climate Chronicles of the Bulkley Valley was recorded by Nikki Skuce

BV Museum asks Town to come up with plan regarding antique sawmill

The museum wants to find a home for an antique sawmill believed to be over 100 years old

Telkwa’s taps running again

A water line failure on Saturday caused some residents to be without water for more than 24 hours

Terrace SAR headquarters in last stretch of fundraising

$400,000 dollars needed to finish $1.4 million project

No parole for 12 years for Burns Lake man convicted of second degree murder

Judge said he did not believe Albert Giesbrecht’s claim his gun discharged accidentally

Snowfall warning continues for parts of B.C.’s Interior

First significant snowfall of the season prompts Environment Canada warning

Coastal GasLink receives first delivery of pipe sections

Company expects to begin welding and pipe laying in 2020

Northwest B.C. physician receives Medal of Good Citizenship Award

Dr. Peter Newbery was one of 18 people in B.C. to get provincial recognition

Northern Society for Domestic Peace remembers women killed in Montreal Massacre 30 years ago

Society will hand out 14 red roses, one for each of the victims, to women who stop by office today

Petition calls for appeal of Luke Strimbold’s sentence for sex assault

Prosecution service says the former Burns Lake mayor’s case is under review

Hudson Bay Mountain reschedules opening to indeterminate date

Originally the resort had planned to open on Nov. 22

Former Burns Lake mayor gets two years for sexual assaults against minors

Banned from taking work involving young people for five years

Business raises funds for high school auto shop

Evergreen Industrial and SSS students collect batteries and recycle the lead for cash

Telkwa votes to participate in regional communication system

The regional district is looking into buying a system to alert residents of emergencies