Marisca Bakker

Bulkley Valley farmers welcome proposed changes to ALR

Province asking for input on increasing flexibility for secondary residences on farm land

Creative Roots Company Showcase

Creative Roots Performing Arts is hosted a company showcase in Smithers on Feb. 8 before kicking off their competition season.

Pipeline poll

Canadians are divided on support for the Coastal GasLink project

Protecting my children with vaccines

Marisca talks the importance of being immunized

Hazelton taxi company eyes expansion into Smithers

Thunderbird Taxi not yet licensed to operate in Smithers but getting plenty of calls for service

Cracking the code on screen time

Marisca unwillingly looks into why screen time for children is bad

Dancers to showcase their skills before swinging into competition season

Creative Roots Performing Arts is hosting a music and dance fundraiser on Saturday

Telkwa students want to save the bees

Grade 3/4 class propose to build a garden near the Telkwa Reading Room

Telkwa talks trees

Village to apply for grant money through BC Hydro to pay for new trees to be planted by the cemetery

Wet’suwet’en man becomes only Indigenous gynecologic oncologist in Canada

Dr. Brent Jim is working toward improving cervical cancer screening rates for Indigenous women.

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Surviving cold snaps

Marisca's ideas for keeping the kids busy during the winter months

Changes coming to Medical Assistance in Dying

In the Northern Health region 59 people accessed the MAiD service

Out with self-care and in with grace

Marisca hopes the new word for 2020 is grace

Telkwa looks for emergency services grant money

Village council agrees to go in with the Town of Smithers and the RDBN to try to access more money

Smithers only taxi company closing down

BV Taxi parking its cars at the end of January

City mouse and country mouse

Marisca weighs the pros and cons of raising children in the country

Hazelton hospital second most crowded in B.C.

Wrinch Memorial operated at 120 per cent capacity in 2018-2019

Pellet shortage felt across Bulkley Valley

Forestry minister says most production is being shipped overseas

Salvation Army gets truck load of produce

A free market will be held on Friday for anyone wanting some fruit and veggies