Colin Macgillivray

Since Madison Scott’s tragic disappearance seven years ago, posters and signs, like this one, have been put up around British Columbia. (Photo/Colin Macgillivray)

The search continues seven years later

Madison Scott investigation remains active, says RCMP

Since Madison Scott’s tragic disappearance seven years ago, posters and signs, like this one, have been put up around British Columbia. (Photo/Colin Macgillivray)
On Saturday, May 26 at Mapes Community Hall near Hogsback Lake, family, friends and locals congregated to participate in the seventh annual Madison Scott Poker Ride. (Photo/Colin Macgillivray)

The search continues seven years later

Madison Scott investigation remains active, says RCMP

On Saturday, May 26 at Mapes Community Hall near Hogsback Lake, family, friends and locals congregated to participate in the seventh annual Madison Scott Poker Ride. (Photo/Colin Macgillivray)

Fatal collision claims life of community leader

On Friday, May 18, a collision, just eight kilometres east of Vanderhoof,…

Although high water levels continue to be monitored, flooding in Vanderhoof should be avoided save any major weather event. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

Presentations at council meeting suggest flooding is unlikely

Council and Rio Tinto cautiously optimistic

Although high water levels continue to be monitored, flooding in Vanderhoof should be avoided save any major weather event. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)
Currently, Canadian Blood Services regulations do not allow gay or bisexual men and transgender women to donate blood unless they have been celibate for one year. (Photo / Black Press Files)

Union lobbies to end a ‘discriminatory blood ban’

MoveUP urges Canadians to sign petition regarding blood

Currently, Canadian Blood Services regulations do not allow gay or bisexual men and transgender women to donate blood unless they have been celibate for one year. (Photo / Black Press Files)
Roberta Squire, CEO of United Way of Northern BC and Councillor John Murphy were both present when the United Tour came to Vanderhoof on May 9. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

United Way Tour aims to identify and alleviate community concerns

Philanthropic organization on tour to raise funds for social services

Roberta Squire, CEO of United Way of Northern BC and Councillor John Murphy were both present when the United Tour came to Vanderhoof on May 9. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

Varied delegations brought forward at council meeting

Youth centre, airport and ad campaign discussed

Vanderhoof RCMP were called to the Hillview Motel around 8:00 PM on Wednesday, May 16 and discovered a deceased adult. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

Body found in Vanderhoof motel

Police currently investigating suspicious death

Vanderhoof RCMP were called to the Hillview Motel around 8:00 PM on Wednesday, May 16 and discovered a deceased adult. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)
The water levels of the Nechako River near Riverside Park on May 14 have some residents concerned about potential flooding. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

High water levels continue to be monitored by community

Potential flooding still cause for concern

The water levels of the Nechako River near Riverside Park on May 14 have some residents concerned about potential flooding. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)
Handcrafted pottery cups were featured alongside paintings at the NCAC’s Spring Art Sale and Exhibit. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

Nechako Community Arts Council gives local artists a platform

Showcasing local art is key to reinforcing culture, says NCAC

Handcrafted pottery cups were featured alongside paintings at the NCAC’s Spring Art Sale and Exhibit. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)
Despite having the approval of 47 per cent of B.C. residents, 42 per cent believe that Premier John Horgan and the NDP government has put B.C. on the ‘wrong track’. (Photo / Black Press Files).

Poll shows a divided B.C. one year after historic election

British Columbia residents have mixed opinion on government

Despite having the approval of 47 per cent of B.C. residents, 42 per cent believe that Premier John Horgan and the NDP government has put B.C. on the ‘wrong track’. (Photo / Black Press Files).
From Rich’s Saw Sales to True North Taxidermy, Vanderhoof’s annual trade show featured over 25 local businesses. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)

Vanderhoof’s annual trade show aims to boost local business

Spotlight on regional products and services an absolute must for community

From Rich’s Saw Sales to True North Taxidermy, Vanderhoof’s annual trade show featured over 25 local businesses. (Photo / Colin Macgillivray)