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Vanderhoof resident has set up a little library in front of her property at the end of Lebler Road.
Brian Frenkel, municipal councillor, was the first Vice-President for the Union of BC Municipalities in 2019.
This story is part of a weekly series showcasing artists in the region
Phil Turgeon has been nominated by the Ministry of Children and Family Development under the Leadership category.
Sasha Mortensen and Jessica Raymond were hit by a pick-up truck July 29, while in an embrace on Keith Road next to Plateau Mill.
Residents have received multiple unknown phone calls from a person claiming to be a representative of the CRA or law enforcement, local mounties said.
Smoke was seen over Vanderhoof, Fort St. James and Prince George on Friday, July 31.
Staff Sgt. Laurie Clarkson said the detachment has received multiple calls for speeding
Volunteers from both Vanderhoof and Prince George helped in the rescue.
Here is a list of completed and ongoing scheduled projects in the district
Staff changes announced by School District 91.
Mayor Gerry Thiessen said he is looking forward to having a dialogue with citizens to see how that can be incorporated.
Coun. Rodney Teed from Saik’uz First Nation speaks about his love for birch bark basket making.
The “world class chicken races” in northern B.C. can now be watched on the national historic site’s Facebook Page.
District staff designed the signs which have been put up across the district.
Old steps were a “health and safety hazard”: Vanderhoof Canada Post lead-hand.
Constable from the Fort St. James RCMP makes request in a letter to mayor and council
During the July 13 regular public meeting of council, Rio Tinto did…
Artist Jessica Wiebe says she wanted to promote diversity and inclusion.
In a July 17 update, the pipeline company said workforce will continue growing as construction activities ‘ramp up’