Rebecca Watson

Better at Home funding helps seniors across Nechako Lakes

Fraser Lake has secured funding for a Better At Home pilot project that will reach Fort St. James and Vanderhoof.

Students from Evelyn Dickson are seen releasing their Chinook salmon fry into the Nechako River

Students release salmon in Stream to Sea strategy

Seven area schools released hundreds of Chinook Salmon fry into the Nechako River Wednesday.

Students from Evelyn Dickson are seen releasing their Chinook salmon fry into the Nechako River
Chief Martin Louie from Nadleh Whut'en First Nation

First Nation chief supports land protection at Eagle Spirit Energy chief gathering

Eagle Spirit Energy has taken the approach to include First Nations in the process of their proposed pipeline.

Chief Martin Louie from Nadleh Whut'en First Nation
Simon Nemethy

Nechako Valley junior crushes provincial-wide records at high school track championship

"For Simon to be the number one guy from B.C and he’s from this town is just awesome,” NVSS track and field coach Brian Nemethy said.

Simon Nemethy
Cheslatta First Nation cemetery flooded - picture taken June 1.

Cheslatta First Nation expects ancestors to wash ashore again

It isn't the first time Cheslatta First Nation is expecting to see bones of their ancestors washing up on shore

Cheslatta First Nation cemetery flooded - picture taken June 1.
April Powers and Dean Kostiuk of Fort Fraser are seen canoeing up their driveway because of high level flooding that has surrounded their home.

Flooding creates moat around Fort Fraser family farm

You think walking to the bus is bad, try canoeing in the rain.

April Powers and Dean Kostiuk of Fort Fraser are seen canoeing up their driveway because of high level flooding that has surrounded their home.
Lucy Bognar

McLeod Me to We group wins $5,000 award

Every little bit counts which is why W.L McLeod kids won $5,000

Lucy Bognar
Justus Benckhuysen

Tension in Vanderhoof rises with the water

Flood warning still in effect for the Nechako River which is expected to rise another 30 centimeters by mid week.

Justus Benckhuysen
Saik’uz First Nation Chief Stanley Thomas talks to a crowd of spectators about his people’s heritage and where he plans to take the band moving forward.

Saik’uz First Nation chief worried about funding drop

When funding falls short people have to get create.

Saik’uz First Nation Chief Stanley Thomas talks to a crowd of spectators about his people’s heritage and where he plans to take the band moving forward.
Branson Albertson

Project Heavy Duty gets students hands dirty

Students from Burns Lake, Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and Fort St. James ran heavy duty equipment through project heavy duty.

Branson Albertson

Little Bobtail Lake fire quadruples in size

The fire has grown to an estimated 13,000 hectares just 500 metres to the western shores of Norman Lake.

Sub Zero track meet hosts Vanderhoof athletes

Track meet in Prince George, Vanderhoof brings home gold

Evacuation Order for Rural Vanderhoof areas

The fire has grown to more than 2,700 hectares just 2.5 kilometers south of Norman Lake.

Karate black belts from Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake.

Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake Shotokan members place at Karate B.C. tournament

Karate members return to Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake with silver and gold medals.

Karate black belts from Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake.
Kids from all around the Nechako Lakes came to Vanderhoof May 4 to release sturgeon into the Nechako River.

Sturgeon release at Riverside Park

For an entire year the Nechako White Sturgeon Conservation Centre has been growing fish that were released May 4.

Kids from all around the Nechako Lakes came to Vanderhoof May 4 to release sturgeon into the Nechako River.
Richard Blanchet

Saik’uz and Innergex go 50/50 on partnership for wind farm on Nulki Hills

A proposed wind farm for Nulki Hills near Vanderhoof is one step closer to fruition.

Richard Blanchet
Lisa Spingle from Fraser Lake dressed for the occasion at the Wild Goose Chase Fun Run.

Vanderhoof Wild Goose Chase

People came from all over to run in the goose chase over the weekend.

Lisa Spingle from Fraser Lake dressed for the occasion at the Wild Goose Chase Fun Run.
Jennor Nohr

Vanderhoof wrestler forced to forfeit nationals

Jennor Norh caught a bad break this year at nationals

Jennor Nohr
Elizabeth Schulz

Schulz ’s snails head to national science fair

This will be her third time going to the Canada-wide science fair.

Elizabeth Schulz
Jesse Raymond will be NVSS Vikes wrestling coach next year.

New wreslting captain places fourth at nationals

Jesse Raymond is looking forward to the challenges that come with being a wrestling captain.

Jesse Raymond will be NVSS Vikes wrestling coach next year.