Chris Gareau

Where to store Valley’s history

A proposed temporary museum space solution to protect the Bulkley Valley's history.

Time to decide your leaders

Where to vote Saturday and voting machine explained.

Ball rolling on library/gallery

Council gives Smithers staff direction on applying for grant.

Record low river levels recorded

Bulkley, Telkwa, Skeena River stations record their lowest historical levels.

Controlled fire on Hudson Bay Mtn

Fire on the southeast portion of mountain is a controlled burn by Smithers Mountain Bike Association

172 layoff notices for Hazelton company

Pretivm extends jobs invite to Tsetsaut employees contracted for Brucejack Mine.

Chief Wah Tah K’eght leaves a legacy

Chief Wah Tah K'eght (Henry Alfred) from Witset was reported to have passed away on Sunday morning.

RCMP confirm death of Jessica Patrick

No details on cause were given. Case is under criminal investigation and police are asking for tips.

Jessica comes home

Northern B.C. showed their support by lining Hwy 16 as Jessica Patrick's body returned to Smithers.

Council and school board candidates declared

A list of all the people running to represent their communities from the Hazeltons to Telkwa.

Human remains found

RCMP will not give more information as they work to identify human remains that were found.

Vigil for Jessica Patrick

VIDEOS: Hundreds honour a young mother who lost her life. Jessica Patrick was 18.

Early season cold snap beginning today in Burns Lake: Environment Canada

Temperatures could drop 10 C below normal over the next few days

Early season cold snap beginning today in Houston: Environment Canada

Temperatures could drop 10 C below normal over the next few days

Special Bulkley Valley cold weather statement

Environment Canada put out a special weather statement calling for frost the next few nights.

Staff shortage closes pool on Sundays

The Bulkley Valley Regional Pool and Recreation Centre needs more lifeguards.

Smithers fire ban over

Cool and rain makes campfires cool again.

People ignoring evacuation order warned of extreme fire behaviour

BC Wildfire Service warns wind makes situation in Lakes District even more dangerous next 24 hours.

Smithers survey on future of pot plan

B.C. towns are in charge of where pot may be consumed, and where and how it may be sold.

Marine chinook fishing increases as river ban stays

There are no signs of DFO lifting its ban on recreational chinook in the Skeena River.