Aman Parhar

Gallery: Nechako Valley Secondary School Graduation

Congratulations Class of 2019

Q & A with Rio Tinto Operations Director

Inflows between July, 2018 and June 2019 has been the second lowest since 1956

Canfor’s Plateau sawmill in Vanderhoof to curtail operations until July 26

A total of 333 employees are affected at the Vanderhoof sawmill

Fraser Lake business offers equine therapy to deal with life stressors

The idea is to have diverse businesses that provide more options to residents and tourists says Kim Watt-Senner

Vanderhoof airport receives funding for apron expansion

The increase in apron size will benefit the 2020 International Airshow as well, VADS say

Gallery: Fraser Lake class of 2019

Fraser Lake Elementary Secondary School had 34 graduates this year

Multiple power outages in the region last week

Both Vanderhoof and Fort St. James lost power five times between June 1 - June 3

Fire bans lifted in the Prince George Fire Centre

Category 2 and 3 fires are now permitted effective June 7

Route 16 motorcycle touring corridor receives $40,000 from Destination B.C.

Tourism Prince George received the funding to promote a collaborative marketing program

Local artists put up spectacular art exhibition

The exhibition will be running until June 30 at Pope Mt. Arts in Fort St. James

High school student organizes cultural event to boost awareness about indigenous traditions

Jacob Bird is a grade 11 student at Fort St. James Secondary School

Formative meeting of the new Vanderhoof Rotary Club held last week

Interested individuals can get in touch with Roy Spooner at the Salvation Army

Ladies in Vanderhoof golf to support an upcoming greenhouse at Riverside Place

The event on May 31 saw 65 women participate

35th annual Hooterville Hoot held over the weekend

Vanderhoof was bustling on June 2 with multiple events being held across the town

Vanderhoof residents walked in support of Crohn’s and Colitis research

Gallery: Last year’s walk helped raise $20,000 for the cause

New hockey breakfast club led by former BCHL player being set up in Vanderhoof

The idea is to get pond hockey back in the rink says David Simoes

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Destination BC dispersing $4 million for collaborative tourism marketing initiatives

Activities such as golf, wine touring, backcountry lodges, camping and more will receive funding through this program

Air quality advisory issued across several parts of B.C. due to wildfire smoke

Environment Canada forecasts smoky skies for Vanderhoof this week

20th annual walk-a-thon held on May 26

St. John Hospital Auxiliary group is raising money to buy equipment for the hospital