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Water safe following attempted break-in at reservoir

Recently, two people tried to break into Telkwa's water reservoir prompting a water quality advisory

Spark causes fire in Smithers pellet plant dryer

Third Smithers fire in 10 days raises concern for firefighting volunteers

Flu shot clinics coming soon

Northern Health recommends everyone get the vaccine

Learn to curl clinic

About twenty five people of all ages and skill levels took to the sheet last Saturday.

Singer-songwriter Jay Gilday to perform in Smithers

Bulkley Valley Concert Assocation's second show of their season on Thursday

Sleep is a beautiful thing

Marisca discovers how to possibly, maybe, get some more shut-eye

Smithers Queer Film Night

Smithers Pride Society hosting a film fest that covers a wide range of 2SLGBTQ+ topics and issues

Smithers student wins musical award

Jonah Ma was awarded a gold medal for Level 4 Flute by the Royal Conservatory of Music

Fire on Main Street guts an apartment

Blaze leaves five homeless but no one was seriously injured

Being thankful for the right to vote

Brenda discusses the upcoming election and why she thinks people should go to the polls

Boobies, babies and boos

Marisca discusses the busy month of October

Telkwa talks about trees, upcoming events and enforcing bylaws

Council has directed village staff to enforce a bylaw against a noisy dog owner

Town cleans up homeless camp

Debris has been removed, a fire put out and low-lying branches cut

Vandals tag Telkwa

Several places in the Village were sprayed with graffiti over the weekend.

Does being a parent change the voting experience?

Marisca wants to set a good example and foster a love of politics into the future generation

Donaldson promotes province’s wood products

Stikine MLA attends forestry conference in Quebec

International horsemanship clinician and horse specialist visits Smithers

Glenn Stewart has been offering clinics and demonstrations in the Bulkley Valley for 10 years now

Thanksgiving food drive fills hampers

Salvation Army donations are up, but so is the need

Change is scary but necessary

A lot of people fear change because they are afraid of losing something or things becoming uncertain

New funding for local adult literacy programs

More than 700,000 British Columbians are estimated to have significant literacy challenges