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Local skier Jason Oliemans hopes to raise $7,000 through crowdfunding and raffling off a season pass to cover a shortfall in funds.
Jan. 23 performance at the Della Herman Theatre in Smithers.
High school students from Smithers and Houston say they have returned from a class trip to China with a new appreciation for hard work and education.
The Town of Smithers Works and Operations Department will be collecting residents' Christmas trees this week.
Benjamin Alles spent an eye-opening two weeks helping Middle Eastern refugees arriving in Greece
The Bulkley Valley Regional Pool and Recreation Centre is inviting the public to celebrate 25 years of operation on Wednesday, Dec. 23.
Flash-mob carollers converged at Main St. and Second Ave. Friday. More carolling can be seen at Dec. 18's Great Big Christmas Sing-Along.
A list of some of the Christmas happenings around town this holiday season.
Recent guide dog school graduate Radar joins Smithers man Seighard Weitzel, taking over from retiree Mulligan.
LNG Canada is still awaiting a final investment decision from the project's partners but site preparations are underway in Kitimat.
The Rotary Auction introduced online live bidding and pre-bidding on all items this year in order to reach out to a wider audience.
A selection of photos from Remembrance Day ceremonies in the Bulkley Valley. See more in the Nov. 18 edition of The Interior News.
Douglas Bateson served in the Second World War as a gunner and motor transporter whose passengers included Winston Churchill.
Kitwanga man Alex Morgan tells the story of his father, Raymond, a soldier of Gitxsan descent who fought in the Second World War.
Groups of northern B.C. residents are buying into cohousing projects, where people live in individual houses on a shared piece of land.
Former Hudson Bay Lodge owner/operator Al McCreary stepped down from the executive committee of the BC Hotels Association after 17 years.
A fundraising dinner last month raised more than $14,000 to help bring a family of Syrian refugees to Smithers.
As the decision to paint a rainbow crosswalk sparks debate in Smithers, high school students work to promote acceptance in their community.
Telkwa Elementary School students planted bulbs Thursday alongside war veterans and survivor Leny Boonstra,
Telkwa's Dutch-Canadian Friendship Tulip Garden planting ceremony is 1p.m. Thursday at the corner of Hankin Ave and Hwy 16.