Aman Parhar

Two individuals arrested who the Vanderhoof RCMP say are allegedly linked to B&E’s and thefts in the community

A long chase ensued where the accused fled from the police twice, and tried to get away on stolen Kayaks

Precipitation levels low for the month of June

Both June and July have seen low to average precipitation levels in comparison to last year, says meteorologist

Nechako Valley Otters bringing home multiple medals from swim meets

The next meet for the Nechako Otters is on July 21 and 22

State of local financial crisis declared in Fort St. James

The District will have a job fair on July 31 to help workers find transitioning jobs

Nechako River will see an increase in water levels

The Summer Temperature Management Program will begin on July 20 until August 20

Vanderhoof Clippers are working towards getting a booth rebuilt at the Arena

Terry Lazaruk, president of the club said they haven’t been able to host sanctioned meets due to the lack of a proper timing booth

Vanderhoof skateboard park almost complete

Different recreation opportunities opening up in the District

Agenda items under discussion during the June 24 regular public meeting

Here are some agendas items discussed during Vanderhoof council’s June 24 regular…

New vice-principals hired at W.L. McLeod and Mapes Elementary

School District 91 has hired a vice-principal for Mapes Elementary and W.L.…

OK Cafe contractors thankful to Vanderhoof for all the support they have received

Michael K. Pockett, owner of the Salted Cracker says he may open an all-year restaurant in town

Fuel stolen from the Vanderhoof airport

Interference with an aircraft is classified as a federal offence

Photos: 4th annual Binche Fishing Derby a success

Dave Birdi, economic development officer of Binche said the event was their largest ever

Vanderhoof RCMP respond to 395 calls in June

There is a slight rise in fraud attempts in the District, says Sgt. Rodney Guthrie

Community groups collaborate to build a footbridge at a Vanderhoof wetland

A wheelchair accessible bridge is being built at the wetland in Vanderhoof…

Stumpage costs to increase on July 1

MLA John Rustad speaks about the issues faced by the B.C. forest industry

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