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Two people are dead after a car collided with a logging truck on Highway 16 east near Guest Road on Thursday afternoon.
After 12 years in action, non-profit group Vanderhoof Children's Theatre is still going strong.
A dance and auction held on October 8 raised $72,500 for the Madison Scott search and rescue fund.
Another week and another tragic story of a fatal accident on a local stretch of Highway 16.
A nail-biting home game opener saw the Omineca Ice lose by one goal in their first home game of the season against the Quesnel Roos.
Cody Alan Legebokoff is facing three additional first-degree murder charges.
A vehicle stolen from Vanderhoof was located in Prince George on October 1. Two people have been arrested.
Area Conservation Officer Cam Hill reports this bear season as the quietest on record in his 17 years here.
Vanderhoof kids can now enjoy a new toy lending library thanks to a $5,000 grant awarded to the Early Intervention and School Based Therapy program in town.
Residents on the north side of the Nechako River are now paying 23.52 per cent more for their water after a rate increase was approved by the BC Water Management Branch.
Vanderhoof mayor and council returned last week from a productive time at this year’s meeting of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) in Vancouver.
Two hunters who were reported missing near the Knewstubb Lake area, south of Vanderhoof were located safe and sound on Monday.
The Vanderhoof RCMP are looking for the owner of five vehicle head rests which were turned over to the detachment on September 25.
A number of sturgeon release kits that were sent out to area fisher families in August are proving a success with 12 successful releases of the endangered fish so far.
A 20-year-old Fort St. James man accused of murder has had his trial moved to Supreme Court.
An application to the federal government to help towards the building of a sturgeon conservation facility in Vanderhoof has yet to be picked up.
Vanderhoof has yet to hear back from the federal government about a grant to help fund the building of a much needed sturgeon conservation facility in town. The application was made nearly a year ago.
Fraser Lake local Michael Walsh has been campaigning for the kids in his town for the last seven years.
A man was hit by a vehicle on Burrard Avenue Friday afternoon as he attempted to cross the road via a now defunct crosswalk.
Tenants at Riverside Place can now enjoy easy access to Riverside Park thanks to the arrival of their new Club Car.