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Burns Lake hosted seven atoms teams from across the region in a round robin tournament last weekend at the Tom Forsyth Memorial Arena
The Canfor sawmill in Houston was evacuated yesterday when a major blaze started in one of six older kilns built in the 1960s.
Nobody was injured in the fire, which destroyed six of the sawmill's kilns.
Two months after Premier Clark was in Ottawa to promote LNG, Northwest First Nations leaders visited Parliament with the opposite message.
Police are investigating a reported sighting of Jennifer Derbyshire in Vernon at about 6 a.m. this morning.
An overview of last night's Smithers town council meeting, covering the 2016 budget, Ranger Park Preschool, and a $2M loan.
As warm weather brings more traffic to the Bulkley Valley, police are urging motorists to slow down and make room for emergency vehicles.
Telkwa residents now have cell and wireless Internet access after a new Telus site went live.
Smithers RCMP is reminding the public about a common phone scam where the caller claims to be from the Canada Revenue Agency.
Town councillors last night voted to oppose the location of the Pacific Northwest LNG processing facility in a letter to the CEAA.
Hereditary and elected Wet’suwet’en leaders from Burns Lake, Hagwilget and Moricetown gathered to reconcile differences within the nation.
A teenager who allegedly shot at his classmates with a BB gun is one of three who have been suspended from Smithers Secondary School.
The Smithers Action Group Association has shut down, ending its decade-long push to build an affordable housing complex in Smithers.
The 27-year-old victim was treated at Bulkley Valley District Hospital Wednesday morning.
200 marijuana plants, several pounds of dried buds, growing equipment and $2,000 cash were seized from a property near Highway 16.
A second family of Syrian refugees were greeted at the airport by their local sponsors in Smithers today.
A male youth and adult female suffered possible burns and smoke inhalation in a blaze at the Hudson Bay Trailer Court on Friday.
Syrians greeted with hugs and tears by local relatives during Family Day arrival at Smithers airport.
Former Houston mother and daughter will stand trial for animal cruelty relating to 53 animals seized by the SPCA in Alberta last year.
Forestry companies have been urged to take measures to prevent fuel theft on isolated logging roads.