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Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society announced $139,702 in funding on May 29.
Jason Bouchard was in a boat with a friend that overturned in the river May 16
The pipeline company provided a project update on May 21.
Q & A with Lindsay King, FireSmart Educator for the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
The company also announced curtailments at their pulp mills in Prince George.
Event postponed to next year due to COVID-19, but organizers are discussing options for an alternate event to be held in August this year.
The Madison Scott Search Team said it wasn't safe to hold the event amidst COVID-19.
When possible, patients will be assessed through a telephone call prior to surgery, the health agency said.
Connexus is providing meals to seniors at a subsidized rate.
Farmer's Market organizers also launced a website that will help residents buy from local vendors online.
Since Fall 2019 James Wlasitz was raising money for a class trip to Jasper.
Here are a list of services that are looking for monetary assistance in the district.
Due to the virus pandemic, participants of the event are expected to follow social distancing rules.
Police say a woman was found dead in the backseat of a car that was stopped by Vanderhoof RCMP on Sunday, May 3.
Nechako Community Arts Council will be holding the Anonymous Art Show again this year.
Below is a QA with Fire Chief Ian Leslie.
Library staff are taking orders via email and phone calls.
Teachers are missing their students, principals from Vanderhoof say.
Due to the virus pandemic, participants of the annual event will be running and walking the distance in isolation.
"Don't put too much pressure on yourself," says mother-of-two.