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Funding partners gathered in Ferland Park on Canada Day for the grand opening of the new spray park.
A Vanderhoof resident has been chosen as the winner of a competition to design a logo for the Bulkley-Stuart-Nechako Farmers’ Markets.
Amongst my earliest memories is standing on a chair in our bathroom one Sunday morning together with all my family and watching the demolition of the town’s cooling towers. I must have been only three or four, but I remember it with vivid detail. We were living in Wigan at the time, a city in the north of England.
The old B.C. government building was demolished last week after the District of Vanderhoof deemed it economically irreparable earlier this year.
A Vanderhoof teen got her wish granted last week.
Mia Funk, 16, has been battling pancreatic cancer for the last year and last month she made a wish to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of BC & Yukon.
After over a year of planning, the Rich Hobson History Museum is officially open for business.
The District of Vanderhoof are supporting the efforts of the Vanderhoof Curling Club to obtain $56,000 for upgrades to the curling rink.
A referendum to decide whether Vanderhoof will get an aquatic centre has been pushed back from this November to spring 2012.
The Vanderhoof Fish and Game Club hosted the 11th annual ‘Fishing Forever’ event for disabled residents last Father’s Day weekend.
Despite the wet weather, more than 50 people turned up for a collective awareness walk from NVSS to Riverside Park on Saturday evening.
The municipality has received approval of a grant that will see extensive recreational upgrades to Riverside Park.
People are scared in town.
I’ve only lived here a year and in that time we’ve had two really frightening things happen. The murder of a young teen and now the disappearance of another young female.
The Cross Country Provincial Championships are coming to the central interior in 2012 thanks to the efforts of Vanderhoof resident Brian Nemethy.
While the recent Canada Post strike have wreaked havoc across the country, there was a silver lining to the distinct lack of mail. Since Omineca Express subscribers had to come in and collect their papers from the office, we decided to run a poll with three questions we thought were relevant to locals at the moment. Here are the results:
The parents of a missing local woman have issued a reward of $15,000 for any information leading to the safe return of their daughter.
The Nechako Community Arts Council is to host a special event in Beaumont Provincial Park to celebrate the 100th birthday of BC parks.
It’s only been a week since the Stanley Cup final, but it doesn’t even feel like there was a game.
This years Tim Hortons ‘Camp Day’ drive was a huge success and will see two girls from Vanderhoof heading off to one of Tim Hortons six kids camps.
A private search to find a missing local woman is still ongoing more than three weeks after her disappearance.
Files reported to the Vanderhoof RCMP between June 3 and June 10.