Marisca Bakker

Smithers man leaves $1 million to children’s hospital

Jim Bolster wanted to help out children with health problems like his own

Kinsmen plan to host scaled-down version of Telkwa BBQ

Club hoping to serve traditional Beef on a Bun and keep status of longest running event in B.C.

Summer tutoring program moves to online platform amid pandemic

Step Up helps students keep up their reading skills over the summer months

Telkwa Museum Society open for business

Members and volunteers keep busy with numerous projects

Telkwa’s new economic development officer brings worldly knowledge

The Village's newest hire hails from Ghana

The perks of being a child

Marisca envies the responsibility- and worry-free life of a toddler

Telkwa launches parks master plan

Survey available to gather public feedback on village's parks and recreation spaces

To keep up with the latest feeding fads or not is the question

Marisca ponders meal times and tries not to feel guilty about her parenting

UFO lands on Main Street

Former airport cafe moves to Main Street after pandemic closes it down

Man, 23, struck and killed by train in Smithers

Smithers RCMP calling it a tragic accident at this point but are continuing to investigate

Air Canada Smithers cancellations extended to end of August

The airline cites like of demand for delay of return to YYD

Fundraiser for Kitwanga Ambulance station moves online

Annual Humpy Run cancelled but online fundraiser being held instead

Soccer makes a return in Smithers

Bulkley Valley Youth Soccer starting up practises again

Wetzin’kwa Community Forest gives out $300K in annual grants

Profits from the community forest tenure go back to community

Air Canada delays return to YYD

Flights were supposed to resume July 1 but are now scheduled for August 1

Smithers resident hoping to drum up support for a reverse parade

Taggart wants to do something in place of the fall fair parade, which was cancelled due to COVID-19

Williams takes Senior Men’s Open

Only 38 men participated in the event this year

Thursday’s blackout likely caused by vandalism

Power was out for 10,000 customers from Quick to the Hazeltons for almost 11 hours