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A number of sturgeon release kits that were sent out to area fisher families in August are proving a success with 12 successful releases of the endangered fish so far.
An application to the federal government to help towards the building of a sturgeon conservation facility in Vanderhoof has yet to be picked up.
A man was hit by a vehicle on Burrard Avenue Friday afternoon as he attempted to cross the road via a now defunct crosswalk.
A 20-year-old Fort St. James man accused of murder has had his trial moved to Supreme Court.
Tenants at Riverside Place can now enjoy easy access to Riverside Park thanks to the arrival of their new Club Car.
Hearing the news that the 9-1-1 service for our regional district is about to go live is fantastic.
Nechako Lumber kicked off its new heat-recovery project on Thursday with a number of speeches and a barbecue to mark the occasion.
A two-vehicle collision on Highway 16 east on September 19 left one teenager dead and two others injured.
This time last year I learnt the horrendous news that a girl I had gone to school with had committed suicide in her university dorm room. She was 19, she had her whole life ahead of her, and on the surface seemed happy - it was a shock to everyone.
The Cluculz Lake volunteer fire department is looking for more volunteers after numbers reached a worrying low point this summer.
A screening of the documentary ‘spOIL’ is being hosted at the Vanderhoof library on September 28 in an effort to give residents a different perspective on the proposed Enbridge pipeline project.
Cluculz Lake writer Joylene Butler stopped by at the Vanderhoof library on Thursday night to read from her successful novels Dead Witness and her most recent publication - Broken But Not Dead.
Files reported to the Vanderhoof RCMP between September 9 - 16.
The Endako mine near Fraser Lake has announced an extension of its mine life by just under two years after a recently discovered increase in metal reserves at the site.
September 10 was World Suicide Prevention Day.
Files reported to the Vanderhoof RCMP between September 2 - 9, 2011.
Losing a parent to cancer must be a gut-wrenchingly awful life adjustment at any age.
It’s that time of year again for the annual Terry Fox Run.
Nechako Valley Search and Rescue (NVSAR) have applied for a $98,000 gaming grant to provide volunteers with further training and more advanced equipment.
Vanderhoof mayor Gerry Thiessen is continuing to raise concerns about the need for more passing lanes on Highway 27 in between Vanderhoof and Fort St. James.