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McDonald's Smithers will donate $1 from every Big Mac, Happy Meal or hot McCafe drink to the BVCDC on McHappy Day today.
An “invisible migration” taking place under the surface of northern rivers will be revealed with a series of events starting on May 11.
Smithers woman Lisa Glaim is raising awareness that suicide is preventable and treatment is available.
Hazelton Secondary students start performing pop-rock musical comedy Xanadu JR Friday.
One of the oldest buildings in Telkwa has received a facelift just in time for its grand re-opening May 9.
Water may taste a bit funny during the Town of Smithers' water flushing program. It released some tips for dealing with colour and odours.
A workshop teaching traditional plant harvesting and herbal medicine-making starts at the Bulkley Canyon Ranch tonight.
The Smithers Public Library building is limiting its ability to expand but staff have big ideas for a planned new cultural centre.
Smithers drama teacher receives the BVCAC’s most prestigious award.
A slideshow of the sold out performance of Smithers Secondary's fab version of Shakespeare melded with the Beatles.
Immunization; vision, dental and hearing screenings, as well as injury prevention and nutritional information offered May 6-8 in Smithers.
The Smithers Secondary School has been awarded $25,000 for winning a national competition held in conjunction with Earth Day.
The founders of small Smithers publishing company Creekstone Press explain why they stay in the business despite industry pressures.
A new Main Street sign and Bovill Square upgrades are coming soon.
Three athletes from Smithers are making their mark in soccer on Vancouver Island.
Watch people from Tofino, whose mayor lost a bet against Smithers mayor Taylor Bachrach, sings their praises for Smithers.
Smithers residents are rallying behind the family of Calvin Madam, whose body was found in a ditch along Highway 16 last Tuesday.
The stove that warmed visitors to Glenwood Hall since it was built decades ago has disappeared, and the hall is hoping to get it back.
Swim program benefitting kids with all cognitive, physical abilities receives funding from foundation
A program offered by the pool that is responsible for helping children with all cognitive and physical abilities has received funding.
A CBC show that tries to find the humour in small towns will be shining a light on Telkwa next week.