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Vandals tag Telkwa

Several places in the Village were sprayed with graffiti over the weekend.

Woman sues B.C. government over alleged sexual abuse in Smithers foster home

A 27-year-old woman says she was repeatedly raped by foster parent when she was 12

Former Terracite Mathew Fee finishes cross-Canada trip on BMX bike

Fee biked more than 7,000 kilometres to raise awareness about addiction treatment

Bulkley Valley Christian School Federal Debate - Oct. 15, 2019 - Candidates' closing statements
WATCH: Sparks fly at the Oct. 18 First-Nations led pro-LNG community celebration at Bovill Square in Smithers
Most babies vulnerable to measles at 3 months: study
'Climate emergency' is Oxford's 2019 Word of the Year

Metlakatla, Lax Kw’alaams, Nisga’a and Haisla commit to fight climate change internationally

First Nations launch Northwest Coast First Nations Collaborative Climate Initiative

New podcast discusses Burns Lake wildfires

A new podcast explores issues around wildfires in the Burns Lake and…

Smithers CT scanner hits 1,000 scans

“It really has been a game changer in so many ways,” says health services administrator

Smithers Rotary rescues sinking Kathlyn Creek Perimeter Trail bridge

The $10K project brought together Rotary volunteers and local businesses

Smithers readies to hire economic development officer

Economic development is council’s number one priority, CAO says

MMES students tell us what they’re grateful for

The Interior News asked a Muheim Elementary classroom what they are most grateful for

Smithers grad comes back to talk organ donation

Anil Srivatsa has been travelling around the globe to spread awareness on organ donation for 4 years

Donaldson promotes province’s wood products

Stikine MLA attends forestry conference in Quebec

Indigenous housing discussion gains momentum

A panel of experts shared information at Dze L K’ant Cultural Centre Oct. 3

Orange Shirt Day remembers residential school survivors

Muheim’s Grade 4/5 class made two banners that were presented to local Indigenous organizations

Thanksgiving food drive fills hampers

Salvation Army donations are up, but so is the need

Smithers Mountain Bike Association asking hikers to refrain from using new trail

The SMBA say wet, rainy conditions have made the new trail tread susceptible to unintentional damage

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs demand stop work order against CGL

Office of the Wet’suwet’en asserts pipeline work has destroyed numerous sites of cultural significance

Fired Smithers CAO lands in Aschroft

Interior B.C. village is confident Anne Yanciw is the right person for the job

Forestry, pipelines top the agenda at Burns Lake forum

Six of eight candidates participated in the Sept. 26 Chamber of Commerce event

Bachrach one of eight endorsed by non-profit advocacy group LeadNow

LeadNow is working independently to get the climate vote out in eight different ridings