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Air quality advisory issued and lifted in Vanderhoof this week

Meteorologist explains why the community has poor air quality

Fraser Lake fire rescue team receive $60,000

The Nadleh Whut’en First Nations provided the funding for a burn building

Let’s talk about mental health

Jordan Marshall Memorial Hockey tournament to be held Feb. 22 - Feb. 24

Over 2,000 people used the pool in the first 2-weeks

Lifeguard training course needs a minimum of six people to register before Feb. 21

My journey to Northern B.C.

This week I would like to introduce myself to the community as…

Photos: Speed Skating annual meet a success

Participants from Vanderhoof up to Williams Lake enagaged in the competition

Science fair helps young minds satisfy their curiosity

100 projects were on display at Evelyn Dickson Elementary

Taekwondo coach from Fort St. James places 3rd in ITF world cup

“I love Taekwondo because it is all inclusive” : Vera Poole

Fort St. James painter to showcase the wilderness of B.C.

The exhibition titled En Plein Air will be held until March 7

Vanderhoof will soon have it’s own skate park

District hopes to attract and retain more young families with different recreation facilities

Conifex curtailing sawmill operation for three weeks

150 production employees have been impacted since November

NVSAR unveil their new three bay heated garage

The indoor heated space will allow the search and rescue group to train in rope rescue

Vanderhoof Fire Department is looking for more members to join their team

The current strength of the team is 29 members

Teenagers participating in this year’s Caledonia Classic Sled Races

Teams from Oregon, Saskatchewan, Yukon will be participating as well

Sarah Guenther celebrates 100 years

Vanderhoof resident is the second centenarian at the Stuart Nechako Manor

Theatre has helped kids become more confident: Parent

Vanderhoof Children’s Theatre celebrating 20 years of performances

Vanderhoof airport receives funding for apron expansion

Users group say more needs to be done to make the airport viable for business