Rebecca Dyok

Saik’uz First Nation held a news conference Friday, Oct. 15 declaring forest management in its territory must change immediately. (Saik’uz First Nation Facebook screen grab)

Saik’uz First Nation makes swift changes to forest management in its territory

“When you look out in our territory all I see is devastation,” said Chief Priscilla Mueller

Saik’uz First Nation held a news conference Friday, Oct. 15 declaring forest management in its territory must change immediately. (Saik’uz First Nation Facebook screen grab)
This book was one of many items Walker Mooney accumulated as part of his father’s estate. (Gerry Thiessen Facebook photo)

Book captures leadership minutes before Vanderhoof was formed

Son of Dr. Alvin Willis Mooney donates

This book was one of many items Walker Mooney accumulated as part of his father’s estate. (Gerry Thiessen Facebook photo)
Four Rivers Co-op staff Carter Wiebe (left) with Tristin Ellis, Lisa Bjerkness and Carson Baker mark this year’s National Day of Truth of Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day by wearing orange. (Aman Parhar photo)
Four Rivers Co-op staff Carter Wiebe (left) with Tristin Ellis, Lisa Bjerkness and Carson Baker mark this year’s National Day of Truth of Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day by wearing orange. (Aman Parhar photo)
Taylor Westbrook of Vanderhoof with her canine friends Willow (left), Hazel and Sage. (Photo submitted)

Not enough seats available for aspiring B.C. veterinarians: WCVM student

Vet shortages becoming more pronounced due to aging demographic

Taylor Westbrook of Vanderhoof with her canine friends Willow (left), Hazel and Sage. (Photo submitted)
A 3D microscope illustration of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The novel coronavirus was first identified in Wuhan, China and was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020. (File photo)

Nechako Lakes MLA wants local doctors providing COVID-19 information

Misinformation, division and stressed health care system worry Rustad

A 3D microscope illustration of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The novel coronavirus was first identified in Wuhan, China and was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020. (File photo)
File photo

Hospice Society recruiting volunteers for peer based adult grief support program

Adults going through grief and loss will soon have a new opportunity…

File photo
Emergency crews attended a fire in Vanderhoof Thursday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Spruce Grove Mobile Park. (Aman Parhar photo)

Emergency crews attend fire at Spruce Grove Mobile Park

Fire contained to inside of home

Emergency crews attended a fire in Vanderhoof Thursday afternoon, Sept. 23, at Spruce Grove Mobile Park. (Aman Parhar photo)
Photograph taken during Vanderhoof Curling Club’s 2019 season. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Vanderhoof Curling Club ready to rock new season

Early registration held for 2021-22 curling season

Photograph taken during Vanderhoof Curling Club’s 2019 season. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
B.C. Supreme Court in Prince George, B.C. (Google Maps)

Man found not criminally responsible in Vanderhoof homicide

Justin Johnston ordered detained at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital

B.C. Supreme Court in Prince George, B.C. (Google Maps)
Avery Togyi (left) is an honourary rider in this year’s Cops for Cancer Tour de North. Togyi, 7, is a three-time cancer survivor and had joined the riders for dinner in Vanderhoof on Friday, Sept. 17, with his parents and brother, Seb.

Vanderhoof cancer survivor meets with Cops for Cancer Tour de North riders

7-year-old Avery Togyi and family named honourary rider

Avery Togyi (left) is an honourary rider in this year’s Cops for Cancer Tour de North. Togyi, 7, is a three-time cancer survivor and had joined the riders for dinner in Vanderhoof on Friday, Sept. 17, with his parents and brother, Seb.
A mobile COVID-19 immunization clinic by Northern Health was held at the Co-op Food Store parking lot Thursday, Sept. 16 in Vanderhoof. (Four Rivers Co-operative Facebook photo)
A mobile COVID-19 immunization clinic by Northern Health was held at the Co-op Food Store parking lot Thursday, Sept. 16 in Vanderhoof. (Four Rivers Co-operative Facebook photo)
Megan Pinchin began her role as communications coordinator for the District of Vanderhoof on Tuesday, Sept. 7. (Rebecca Dyok photo)

District of Vanderhoof hires communications coordinator

Megan Pinchin says she is excited to be part of Vanderhoof

Megan Pinchin began her role as communications coordinator for the District of Vanderhoof on Tuesday, Sept. 7. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
Paddlers celebrate Rivers Day in a shallow Nechako River in Vanderhoof on Sept. 22, 2019. The event this year has been canceled due to increasing COVID-19 infection rates in the local health area. (Aman Parhar photo)

River Days celebration cancelled in Vanderhoof as COVID-19 infection rates increase

Festival was planned to take place in Riverside Park on Sept. 25 and Sept. 26

Paddlers celebrate Rivers Day in a shallow Nechako River in Vanderhoof on Sept. 22, 2019. The event this year has been canceled due to increasing COVID-19 infection rates in the local health area. (Aman Parhar photo)
Grade 6 McLeod Cares Leaders spent their Sept. 1 preparing to welcome new students and kindergarteners to W.L. McLeod Elementary. (Photo submitted)

McLeod Cares Leaders welcome students to school

Students in Grade 6 team up with W.L McLeod Elementary newcomers

Grade 6 McLeod Cares Leaders spent their Sept. 1 preparing to welcome new students and kindergarteners to W.L. McLeod Elementary. (Photo submitted)
The Village of Fraser Lake lies alongside Highway 16 between Vanderhoof and Burns Lake. (Village of Fraser Lake photo)

Fibre optic infrastructure be installed in Village of Fraser Lake

“This is an opportunity we could not let pass us by,” said Mayor Sarrah Storey

The Village of Fraser Lake lies alongside Highway 16 between Vanderhoof and Burns Lake. (Village of Fraser Lake photo)
Vanderhoof Tim Hortons owners Richard and Rashelle Martens with manager Morgan Macleod are excited to help support the St. John Hospital Auxiliary through this year’s annual Smile Cookie campaign. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
Vanderhoof Tim Hortons owners Richard and Rashelle Martens with manager Morgan Macleod are excited to help support the St. John Hospital Auxiliary through this year’s annual Smile Cookie campaign. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
Serina Greene (left) and Travis Ketlo hold a sign in remembrance of four children who were found frozen to death on Jan. 1, 1937, after fleeing Lejac Residential School. (Facebook photo)

Walk for ReconciliACTION this month

Individuals invited to walk for every unmarked Indigenous child’s grave recovered

Serina Greene (left) and Travis Ketlo hold a sign in remembrance of four children who were found frozen to death on Jan. 1, 1937, after fleeing Lejac Residential School. (Facebook photo)
Phil Bouwman with his niece Claire Hauf, 5, explore some of the aircraft on display at the Vanderhoof Airport on Saturday, Sept. 11. (Rebecca Dyok photo)

Vanderhoof Airport on full display at Airport Day

Airport Day made a landing Saturday, Sept. 11

Phil Bouwman with his niece Claire Hauf, 5, explore some of the aircraft on display at the Vanderhoof Airport on Saturday, Sept. 11. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
Hill Stop Truck and Car Wash owners Wes and Teri Neufeld with their niece Hailey Gaul hosted a fundraiser for Mark Schwartz and his family on Saturday, Sept. 11. (Rebecca Dyok photo)

Vanderhoof car wash owners host fundraiser for man needing double lung transplant

More than $5,200 raised for Mark Schwartz and family

Hill Stop Truck and Car Wash owners Wes and Teri Neufeld with their niece Hailey Gaul hosted a fundraiser for Mark Schwartz and his family on Saturday, Sept. 11. (Rebecca Dyok photo)
This year’s Thanksgiving Food Drive in Vanderhoof will be held Saturday, Sept. 25. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

BC Thanksgiving Food Drive to return to Vanderhoof

Non-perishable food donations to support NeighbourLink

This year’s Thanksgiving Food Drive in Vanderhoof will be held Saturday, Sept. 25. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)