POLL: Top story of the year

We're asking you what was the top story of the year covered by the Interior News.

  • Dec. 11, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Much happened in Smithers in 2012.

After much discussion the staff at the Interior News whittled it all down to five stories:

The Interior News is conducting a year-end poll to see what you thought was the top story of the year.1) Smithers council opposes Enbridge2) Noise over motocross ramps up3) Carol Huynh wins olympic bronze4) UN taps Telkwa for award5) 7.7 earthquake gives Smithers a shakeWhat do you think?  Scroll down to our poll and click on your choice for top story of the year.

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