Heather Norman

West Fraser has announced curtailments in five B.C. mills. File photo

West Fraser announces temporary production curtailments in five northern BC mills

Mills in Quesnel, Williams Lake, Smithers, Fraser Lake and Chetwynd will be affected

West Fraser has announced curtailments in five B.C. mills. File photo
A small group of protesters waited for convicted animal abuser Catherine Adams to arrive in court on May 16, eliciting supportive honks from passing cars. The protest was organized by Tammy Hockett and Troy Giesbrecht. Pictured: Cindy Coumont, Jeannette Farquhar, Cheryl Manley, Troy Giesbrecht, and Andrea Graham hold protest signs outside the provincial courthouse in Quesnel on Thursday, May 16. Heather Norman photo

Convicted animal abuser Catherine Adams to return to B.C. court in July

Catherine Adams is under a 20-year ban on owning animals, from a 2015 sentence in Smithers

A small group of protesters waited for convicted animal abuser Catherine Adams to arrive in court on May 16, eliciting supportive honks from passing cars. The protest was organized by Tammy Hockett and Troy Giesbrecht. Pictured: Cindy Coumont, Jeannette Farquhar, Cheryl Manley, Troy Giesbrecht, and Andrea Graham hold protest signs outside the provincial courthouse in Quesnel on Thursday, May 16. Heather Norman photo
A small group of protesters waited for convicted animal abuser Catherine Adams to arrive in court today, elliciting supportive honks from passing cars. The protest was organized by Tammy Hockett and Troy Giesbrecht. Pictured: Cindy Coumont, Jeannette Farquhar, Cheryl Manley, Troy Giesbrecht, and Andrea Graham hold protest signs outside the provincial court house in Quesnel on Thursday, May 16. Heather Norman photo

Convicted animal abuser to return to B.C. court May 21

Catherine Jessica Adams is facing a breach of probation charge

A small group of protesters waited for convicted animal abuser Catherine Adams to arrive in court today, elliciting supportive honks from passing cars. The protest was organized by Tammy Hockett and Troy Giesbrecht. Pictured: Cindy Coumont, Jeannette Farquhar, Cheryl Manley, Troy Giesbrecht, and Andrea Graham hold protest signs outside the provincial court house in Quesnel on Thursday, May 16. Heather Norman photo
The Facebook logo is displayed on an Apple iPhone. (Bloomberg)

B.C. mayor quits Facebook, says it reduces discussions to ‘schoolyard slurs and bullying’

Bob Simpson wrote about his decision on the city’s website

The Facebook logo is displayed on an Apple iPhone. (Bloomberg)
Parents Alysha and Craig Stuckless with baby Wyatt, the first child born in Vanderhoof in 2019. Submitted photo

Vanderhoof family welcomes first local baby of 2019

Wyatt Lawrence Wayne Stuckless weighed in at eight pounds, seven and a half ounces

Parents Alysha and Craig Stuckless with baby Wyatt, the first child born in Vanderhoof in 2019. Submitted photo
Sienna Clement in her hospital bed in Vancouver. GoFundMe/Patti Morris photo

Fundraiser started for family of Northern B.C. teen with lung cancer

Sienna Clement was diagnosed with lung cancer on Dec. 18

Sienna Clement in her hospital bed in Vancouver. GoFundMe/Patti Morris photo
A teacher looks at the memorial. Heather Norman photos

Students at Cariboo school remember missing, murdered women with interactive shoe memorial

Display honoured those killed at École Polytechnique as well as Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women

A teacher looks at the memorial. Heather Norman photos
The Nautley River. Marieka Sax photo

Nechako Watershed Roundtable seeks to open wildfire dialogue with province

The group sent the B.C. government a statement of concern in October

The Nautley River. Marieka Sax photo
Lauren Dyck (right) smiles for a photo with Chef Wayne on the set of the Global morning show. Trail Appliances/Facebook photo

Vanderhoof teen shows off culinary skills in provincial competition

Lauren Dyck travelled to the Lower Mainland to appear on the Global weekend morning show

Lauren Dyck (right) smiles for a photo with Chef Wayne on the set of the Global morning show. Trail Appliances/Facebook photo
Alison Desmarais won a bronze medal skating in a relay competition for Canada at the first short track speed skating World Cup in Calgary. Olympic Oval Calgary/Facebook photo

Vanderhoof speed skater makes international debut

Alison Desmarais earned a bronze medal in her first short track speed skating World Cup

Alison Desmarais won a bronze medal skating in a relay competition for Canada at the first short track speed skating World Cup in Calgary. Olympic Oval Calgary/Facebook photo
Construction begins on on the net-zero energy home on the outskirts of Quesnel. Icon Homes Ltd./Facebook photo

Cariboo company building second net-zero energy home in Northern B.C.

Quesnel’s Icon Homes is working to determine best methods for building in the north

Construction begins on on the net-zero energy home on the outskirts of Quesnel. Icon Homes Ltd./Facebook photo
Members of the W.L. McLeod Me to We group. Submitted photo

WestJet sent local Me to We groups to Edmonton for WE Day

W.L. McLeod student 11-year-old Liam Wruth addressed a crowd of 20,000 people at the event

Members of the W.L. McLeod Me to We group. Submitted photo
The Express catches up with the newly elected council

The Express catches up with the newly elected council

Two new and four incumbent councillors were elected on Oct. 20

The Express catches up with the newly elected council
SD91 trustee election results are in

SD91 trustee election results are in

Several new faces have been elected to the position of school board trustee

SD91 trustee election results are in
UPDATED: The unofficial election results for Fraser Lake

UPDATED: The unofficial election results for Fraser Lake

A new mayor and village council has been elected

UPDATED: The unofficial election results for Fraser Lake
UPDATED: Unofficial election results for the District of Vanderhoof
UPDATED: Unofficial election results for the District of Vanderhoof
A handy guide to the local municipal elections in Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake

A handy guide to the local municipal elections in Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake

How and where to vote locally, plus links to candidate profiles

A handy guide to the local municipal elections in Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake
Ken Young is running for re-election to council in the district of Vanderhoof. Submitted photo

Ken Young is running for re-election to district council

Young wants to improve housing and economic diversification in the district

Ken Young is running for re-election to council in the district of Vanderhoof. Submitted photo
John Murphy is running for re-election. Submitted photo

John Murphy is running for re-election in Vanderhoof

The Vanderhoof councillor wants to work on housing and transportation

John Murphy is running for re-election. Submitted photo
Steve Little is running for re-election. Submitted photo

Steve Little is running for re-election to district council

His main priorities are youth and sports in the community

Steve Little is running for re-election. Submitted photo