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Tourism, redevelopment of brown field sites, a second jobs fair and continued work on the fibre supply analysis
Loving your sport is a key part of what makes a young BC Winter Games-bound athlete like Vanderhoof's Alexander Nemethy excel.
A Fort St. James area family who rescued a goose only to have her seized by the Crown got her back last week
The FLESS senior girls team played very well in their games last weekend in Quesnel.
Vanderhoof Library will hold a Pajama Party on Thursday, January 26, from 5-7 p.m
On Wednesday, January 11, a small band of First Nations set up a road block on Highway 27 at Necoslie Rd
The Nechako Valley Viqueens stormed through the Quesnel AA girls basketball tournament last weekend to bring home the gold.
Vanderhoof Library will hold a Pajama Party on Thursday, January 16, from 5 - 7 p.m. to celebrate Family Literacy Day in Canada.
Residents of the area are having to adjust to warmer than normal temperatures for early January.
Savvy defensive play made the Nechako Valley Viqueens no push-overs at the NVSS basketball tournament Friday and Saturday.
A crime report from the Vanderhoof RCMP shows a slight increase in criminal occurrences this fall in comparison to last year.
Have you made any New Year resolutions?
The top ten resolutions are spending more time with friends and family...
Five children also injured in head-on collision on Highway 16 east of Vanderhoof
RCMP recently released a reenactment video depicting the night that Vanderhoof woman, Madison Scott went missing.
Some significant upgrades may be seen at the Vanderhoof arena soon if a recreation grant application to the province is approved.
The District of Vanderhoof have set aside more than $300,000 to pay for the purchase of a new Water Master fire truck.
A local man in his early 20s was hit in the head by a train in the early hours of Saturday morning.
If you do one thing during your Christmas holidays, set aside 45 minutes to watch environmental documentary ‘spOIL.’
A television and two blue-ray DVD players were stolen from the Neighborhood Space on Saturday night.
The Enbridge Joint Review Panel has announced the details of a number of community hearings being held in early 2012.