Jesse Cole

Priorities within Vanderhoof not “priority”

I wanted to touch base on the recent announcements regarding the extensive upgrades to Riverside Park

Tourism initiatives top priority in Northern British Columbia

Vanderhoof is eligible to receive funding to help grow tourism in the area.

Westline Ford recognizes Vanderhoof Children's Theatre

Westline Ford recognizes Vanderhoof Children’s Theatre

Westline Ford and Ford Motor Co. came together for the Drive for the Community event on June 20 in Vanderhoof.

Westline Ford recognizes Vanderhoof Children's Theatre

A scarce future ahead for Timber Supply

Northern BC has been impacted by the pine beetle a great deal, which in turn has compromised timber sales and production at local mills

Peddling towards a cause

Peddling towards a cause

Sharon Unger, a Vanderhoof paramedic will be participating in the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer Tour de North

Peddling towards a cause
Canada Day celebrations at the Heritage Museum in Vanderhoof

Celebrating Canada Day 2012

Vanderhoof and area residents got into the spirit of things celebrating Canada Day 2012 at the Vanderhoof Museum.

Canada Day celebrations at the Heritage Museum in Vanderhoof

Vanderhoof RCMP detachment prioritizes

The Vanderhoof RCMP detachment received a call on June 16 from a local group home reporting a missing teenage girl.

Embrace your inner child

How often have you just wanted to stay in a moment that you could hold onto for longer then just that, a moment?

New playground equipment for WL McLeod students

New playground equipment for W.L. McLeod students

W.L. McLeod, Nechako Lakes School District 91 has received $50,000

New playground equipment for WL McLeod students

The trails and tribulations of the summer’s sun

It’s a life or death choice, you decide.

It truly comes down to that very question

History takes flight

The life of a legendary general surveyor living on through the written word of Jay Sherwood in, Furrow’s in the Sky.

Thousands of dollars in scholarships handed out at NVSS graduation ceremonies

During June 16 graduation ceremonies at the Vanderhoof arena scholarships were awarded to 52 deserving applicants.

2012 Candystriper’s: Nicole Michels

Stuart Nechako Manor honours volunteers

Volunteers recognized for their hours contributed to the Stuart Nechako Manor and St. John’s Hospital

2012 Candystriper’s: Nicole Michels

Healthier choices on the menu for W.L. McLeod students September 2013

W.L.. McLeod had their community engagement luncheon on June 14 to spark awareness in the community

Charles Hutchinson puts down his roots in Vanderhoof.

Hutchinson begins career in Vanderhoof

Calgary native, Charles Hutchinson puts roots down in Vanderhoof and begins his legal practices with Michael Reed Law.

Charles Hutchinson puts down his roots in Vanderhoof.

Immigration: turning a blind eye

After watching the film, Crossing Over I couldn’t help but have an opinion on the struggles and sacrifices immigrants are having

1st Annual Stuart Nechako Equifair

Nechako Valley Equifair stampede’s into town

The Nechako Valley Equifair populated the exhibition grounds on June 8, 9 and 10th.

1st Annual Stuart Nechako Equifair

The “value” in family

I have fond memories of my childhood, for it wasn’t limited by too many rules, rather encouragement

Sergeant Keayes acting debut

Sergeant Keayes acting debut

Grade 9 NVSS students film a silent film outside of the RCMP office on Columbia Street

Sergeant Keayes acting debut
29th Annual Hooterville Hoot

29th Annual Hooterville Hoot

Local car enthusiasts flocked to Riverside Park as muscle cars and vintage pickups roared in onto the grass

29th Annual Hooterville Hoot