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Tapes reveal disturbing normalcy.

Legebokoff tapes revealed evidence not previously seen by the public during the trial.

Vanderhoof man receives recognition for forestry innovation.

Clayton Foster found himself on the receiving end of a $2,500 award from the B.C. government for his innovation in forestry

RCMP investigate suspicious package at L&M Lumber.

A suspicious package, initially believed to be an explosive device had workers and RCMP officers on their toes as they investigated.

They’re baaaack!

Students, and teachers, are back to class now after months of time spent away from the classroom.

CNC’s Applied Business Technology students get a first hand account of ABT program

College of New Caledonia students were treated to a retrospective review of the course by former ABT program students.

Loren Donn Leslie Foundation celebrates Legebokoff verdict, life and family.

Dozens of people came out to support the LDLF and celebrate the guilty verdict handed down to serial killer Cody Legebokoff.

From hardball to soccer

Vanderhoof and the Vanderhoof Youth Soccer Association are in the process of transforming the towns hardball diamonds into a soccer field

Green thumbs get busy at garden opening.

Vanderhoof's community garden space had it's grand opening last week

Cops 4 Cancer ride through Vanderhoof VIkings first game.

Cops 4 Cancer riders served as the half time show for the first game of the season between the Vanderhoof Vikings and the Quesnel Clansmen

Schools out for…Autumn?

Students remained on summer vacation and teachers remained
on the picket lines as the first day of school came and went.

The trip of a lifetime; NVSS students went to Kenya to build a school.

NVSS students, staff and others had a life changing experience as they travelled to Kenya, Africa to help build a school.

Chilling out for ALS with the ice bucket challenge.

Cathy Malos along with other eager challengers took part in the ALS ice bucket challenge in Vanderhoof this week raising $500 for research.

Enough is enough; call an inquiry into missing and murdered women.

Stephen Harper's refusal to investigate the ongoing murders of aboriginal women sparked controversy after Whitehorse comments.

Cops for Cancer cyclist gets ready for third Tour de North ride.

Sharon Unger a local paramedic will compete in this years Cops for Cancer fundraising bike ride for the third year in a row.

UNBC student makes Vanderhoof focus of her thesis project.

Carling Matthews of Prince George is focusing her masters thesis on the relationship of Vanderhoofians and nature.

Vanderhoof Children’s Theatre returns from California’s Disneyland

Vanderhoof Children's Theatre recently made a trip to Anaheim, Calif. where they attended performing arts workshops.

New Gold’s Blackwater project announces drilling operations.

New Golds backwater projects set to begin summer drilling and resource investigation.

Concert in the Park moves to the arena.

The third annual Concert in the Park moved festivities to the Vanderhoof arena last weekend due to poor weather and smokey conditions.

Texas 4000 bicycle charity rides through Vanderhoof for cancer research.

The Texas 4000, a charity that rides from Austin, TX to Anchorage, Alaska to raise money for cancer cycled through Vanderhoof.

Vanderhoof paramedics receive new patient care monitors.

Vanderhoof local paramedic service receives patient care monitors to upgrade their medical equipment in ambulances.