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A four-year old-boy who went missing from his day care facility last Monday afternoon was found safe and sound shortly after in a nearby residence.
The harmonized sales tax (HST) was defeated in B.C. on Friday after it was rejected by 54.73 per cent of voters in the province.
What little we have had of summer is drawing to a definite close and as one usually does as the winter months begin to dawn upon us - we start wondering where our next holiday is going to come from.
The Kenny Dam Road speed limit has changed again.
Workers at the Vanderhoof Neighborhood Space are working on a proposal to have a paintball park built in town.
The installation of the ‘smart meter’ has begun in B.C. and will carry on through till the end of 2012 when every home should be fitted with the new wireless device.
Minister Thomson stops by to officially
open counters in Vanderhoof and Fort St. James
The grand opening of the newly renovated St. John Hospital staff residence was held last Friday.
Cops are looking for any information about a break and enter to a residence in the 2900 block of Riverview Drive on July 18.
BC Hydro paid a visit to the Omineca Express last week, as I’m sure it did to many residents of Vanderhoof.
A date has been set for the grand opening of the new Integris Credit Union.
A three-day livestock evaluation course will be taking place in Vanderhoof at the end of August to help local ranchers add more value to their beef.
Nechako Valley Search and Rescue was called out for a swiftwater rescue on the Cheslatta River on Monday after it was reported that two people out tubing were in distress.
A money-hungry thief stole $1,500 from Valley Diesel on Highway 16 East on July 28.
Volunteers who run the Rip’n the North Bike Park are requesting the use of the RCMP Flashcam to try and stop dirt bikers and other vandals causing damage to the park.
Residents on the north side of the Nechako river may see water rate increases of 23.52 per cent this year pending approval from the BC Water Management Branch.
Chief Jackie Thomas of Saik’uz First Nation says she will not welcome the missing women’s inquiry commission back to her community because she fears it will be a one-sided investigation.
Police have been receiving numerous complaints from residents about a telephone scam.
Two brothers who were arrested and charged with assault causing bodily harm in Fort Fraser in July 2009 have had their case thrown out as a result of court delays.
The Fraser Lake Medicine Centre is one of 100 pharmacies in B.C. that have been selected to participate in a government sponsored research project.