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Fraser Lake has secured funding for a Better At Home pilot project that will reach Fort St. James and Vanderhoof.
Seven area schools released hundreds of Chinook Salmon fry into the Nechako River Wednesday.
Eagle Spirit Energy has taken the approach to include First Nations in the process of their proposed pipeline.
"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.
It isn't the first time Cheslatta First Nation is expecting to see bones of their ancestors washing up on shore
You think walking to the bus is bad, try canoeing in the rain.
Every little bit counts which is why W.L McLeod kids won $5,000
Flood warning still in effect for the Nechako River which is expected to rise another 30 centimeters by mid week.
When funding falls short people have to get create.
Students from Burns Lake, Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and Fort St. James ran heavy duty equipment through project heavy duty.
The fire has grown to an estimated 13,000 hectares just 500 metres to the western shores of Norman Lake.
Track meet in Prince George, Vanderhoof brings home gold
The fire has grown to more than 2,700 hectares just 2.5 kilometers south of Norman Lake.
Karate members return to Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake with silver and gold medals.
For an entire year the Nechako White Sturgeon Conservation Centre has been growing fish that were released May 4.
A proposed wind farm for Nulki Hills near Vanderhoof is one step closer to fruition.
People came from all over to run in the goose chase over the weekend.
Jennor Norh caught a bad break this year at nationals
This will be her third time going to the Canada-wide science fair.
Jesse Raymond is looking forward to the challenges that come with being a wrestling captain.