Melanie Law

Prince George man missing since Dec. 28

Robert Poulin, 54, was last seen in the Hart area

Organic, high-CBD hemp production coming to Fort St. James

Local farm is building greenhouses to house hemp seed production

Two Vanderhoof students awarded scholarships for post-secondary education

Indigenous students awarded to further their studies

Vanderhoof launches new municipal website

Mayor says feedback so far has been positive on new modern design

Couple selling fake jewelry in Fraser Lake, say RCMP

A man and woman have been defrauding local residents, offering fake jewelry for sale

Concept designs for Vanderhoof’s new CNC campus unveiled

Community was invited to provide feedback at a public engagement session Dec. 6

Cariboo arts and mining community to feature in CBC series Still Standing

Wells, B.C., near Barkerville, the subject of Still Standing’s Season 4 finale episode

UPDATE: Conifex to reduce production from Jan. 1

Cuts will affect around 70 employees in Fort St. James

Fatal crash south of Prince George claims one victim

Head-on collision this morning involved a pickup and a semi

Employee dies at West Fraser’s Florida mill

The company said it is currently investigating the cause

UPDATE: West Fraser to cut production over holidays at 4 B.C. sawmills

The temporary move affects operations in Chasm, 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Chetwynd

At-risk white sturgeon preyed upon by otter in the Nechako watershed

Vanderhoof’s Nechako White Sturgeon Recovery Initiative working to increase fish survival rate

BC Liberal MLAs call on Horgan to stand up for forestry workers

Cariboo and Nechako MLAs say Horgan has been silent in face of Northern B.C. mill closures

UNBC researchers spearhead $1.3M Indigenous health care project

Initiative seeks to employ more Indigenous health care professionals, create ‘culturally safe’ environment

Nechako Valley Community Services Society gets $250,000 from Province

Funds will go towards an office expansion project

RCMP seize $50,000 worth of drugs from property between PG and Vanderhoof

Seven people were arrested, although all have been released pending investigation

Provincial red tape denies Cariboo family access to home, ranch land

B.C. family hasn’t had road access to private land for 1.5 years due to dispute with Province

Two new housing projects receive funding in Vanderhoof

34 affordable rental units to be built for seniors and families

Province not doing enough for forestry sector, say Liberals

Although Minister of Forests says government working to diversify industry, rural economies