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If ever you find yourself exploring the trails around Vanderhoof take the time to appreciate the hand cut paths
“I am happy to report that no incidents were reported during the Airshow events,” said Keays.” “It went very well
Outdoor gym equipment is to arrive shortly, we also cleared away some under brush alongside the river in an effort to clean up the park.”
The NVCSS has resurrected the Rainbow Christian School in replacement of Sunshine Discoveries Preschool.
The Aug. 17, 18 and 19th Nechako Valley Exhibition events showcased local and surrounding talents
The community of Vanderhoof came together once again on Aug. 18 and 19 for one last hurrah on the ball field.
The Mobile Work Crew can often be seen out and about Vanderhoof cutting lawn during the summer months to hanging Christmas lights
RCMP arrests male suspect for violent behaviour at local bar
Wayne Deorksen, owner and operator of the Hobson Museum in Vanderhoof spoke before council members on Aug. 8
Timber Supply has finally seen the light of day during the timber supply committee conference call at the Ministry of Forests
On August 11 the community embraced a nearly forgotten tradition as pilots from around BC populated the local airstrip.
Corp. Justin Thiessen of the RCMP Vanderhoof detachment reported 100 calls that came into the dispatch between August 1 and August 8.
Weekends away with friends are always cherished. I spent my August long weekend in Kelowna, where a friend from back home is living.
I wanted to touch base on an opinion piece I had in the paper a few weeks ago regarding the overhaul of Riverside Park.
Shopping locally encourages communities to support local farming and promote healthier eating
Local fundraiser putting Vanderhoof locals behind bars
According to L&M Lumber manager Allan Fitzpatrick the company has hit a few snags regarding the renewal of their insurance policy
The beautifully secluded recreation park is located on 7th Street off of Kenny Dam Road, tucked back out of sight of residents in the area.
Various projects in the community contribute to the beautification of Vanderhoof
The sound of music filled Ferland Park on July 28 as many talented performances graced the stage.