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A free-fare day, cookies and a bus roadeo to celebrate the bus service's 25 years.
The event also marked the 50th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Corps 204 Babine.
Bulkley Valley residents challenged to do 3,000 good deeds today.
The April 24 event raised over $25,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.
Since the rainbow crosswalk controversy began, Smithers Secondary's Gender Sexuality Alliance bulletin board has been defaced several times.
But were the Spanish the first of the probing Europeans
Past and present Wrinch Memorial Hospital staff shared fond memories at an event held when it changed hands in March.
Lindsay Heer’s essay on women in the dairy industry was BC’s winning entry, sending her to the Advancing Women Conference in Calgary.
Well-known in Smithers for her generosity, Elizabeth Norton left a parting gift for the homeless.
The famous Main Street alpenhorn statue will be taken down for repairs this fall.
Smithers residents are among Canadians across the nation celebrating St. Patrick's Day today.
Orphaned cubs are being nursed at the Bulkley Valley's Northern Lights Wildlife Society after being rescued.
J.R. LaRose will urge the public not to stay silent about violence against women at public events in Moricetown and Gitsegukla this week.
Muheim Elementary students are raising money to help kids with cleft lips and palates.
The Ewk Hiyah Hozdli Dance Group in Smithers is performing traditional Wet'suwet'en songs and dances to keep their culture strong.
A new digital archive will make it possible to search the Bulkley Valley Museum collection online.
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.