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Local conservations officers have been assisting a search for a black bear near Topley Landing after it attacked a women out walking her dog on July 23.
It’s been over two months since the disappearance of local woman Madison Scott and still family and friends continue to conduct an extensive search for the 20-year-old.
Files reported to the Vanderhoof RCMP between July 21 -29.
The Fraser Lake Fire Chief is looking for more firefighters to strengthen his department.
More than 40 residents who live along Kenny Dam Road have signed a request to council to consider changing the speed limit on the road to 80 kilometres per hour within the municipal boundaries.
District staff will be presenting an idea to the Integris Credit Union Board of Directors next month regarding turning the current credit union building into a childcare facility.
The District of Vanderhoof council has passed a resolution to remove a diseased tree and to prune other trees in front of the cadet building on Burrard Avenue to improve the buildings security.
The Blackwater gold project has been acquired by a gold producing company who hope to see an open pit mine up and running at the site by 2017.
Back in England the news is all about the scandal over ‘phone hacking’.
Files reported to the Vanderhoof RCMP between July 15 and 22.
Users of the recently demolished Arts Unlimited building are continuing to voice their concerns about a pressing need for both operating and storage space for several groups in town.
A number of locals have stepped up to the challenge of making pillowcases for local charities and organizations in the community.
Keith Billington, author of ‘House Calls by Dogsled’, will be stopping by at the Fraser Lake library on Friday July 22 to do a talk and a slideshow about his latest book.
Nechako Valley Secondary School has won a top cash prize for recycling a huge number of beverage containers for the 2010 - 2011 school year.
A german cyclist stopped by in Vanderhoof at the beginning of July, as part of a slightly different bike tour from B.C. to Alaska.
I usually don’t mind a bit of rain. For the most part I just see it as a free car wash so I don’t get bogged down with the drear of it. England is famous for it’s grey weather and plentiful rain during the summer months, and well, most of the rest of the year ... well this summer it seems England has come to Vanderhoof.
Area conservation officers are reporting unusually low bear activity, but a gradual increase in the number of cougar sightings in town.
The Vanderhoof RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance after a lawnmower was stolen from a residence on Sixth Street west last Tuesday.
The Suzuki Piano Parents of Vanderhoof and Swan’s Piano Studio were very pleased to welcome Naomi Kusano of Washington, D.C. to the North and host a weekend piano workshop for those Suzuki piano students from Smithers, Prince George and Vanderhoof the weekend of July 8 and 9.
The first annual IDIDALAP for Cancer event was held on June 17 and raised over $30,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.