Rebecca Watson

Water walk awakens appreciation

Students in Vanderhoof lugged milk jugs of water around Riverside Park to learn how good they really have it.

Fort Fraser takes clear stance on possible school closure

School district 91 is looking at amalgamating schools in Fraser Lake and Fort Fraser areas.

Friends found in floor hockey

A massive floor hockey tournament in Vanderhoof saw kids from around the NEchako Lakes take part

Vanderhoof’s violence against women services could be facing drastic changes

“The Omineca Safe Home is in danger of losing integral outreach programs,” Lynne Stuart, OSH counsellor said.

Vanderhoof Bike Rodeo

It was a day of bike safety and having fun at the Vanderhoof Bike Rodeo

Taxation and policing hot topics at town meeting

Vanderhoof residents fill the small auditorium at NVSS to hear what council and RCMP have to say about recent tx inflation and robberies

Decline in enrolment could close schools in district 91

Due to low numbers schools in Fraser Lake and Fort St. James may face closure

NKDF donates to Vanderhoof groups

Three separate projects in Vanderhoof received funding through NKDF.

Tidying up the town

Vanderhoof Community Cleanup had residents souring the town for litter all in the name of saving the environment.

“Who knew stopping a pipeline could be so delicious”

Denman Island Dark chocolate is helping pave the way for BC First Nations

Eastern Stars count shoes for Safe Home

This humanitarian group counted shoes which payed off for the Omineca Safe Home

Integris Credit Union celebrates 65 years in Vanderhoof

Its been more than six decades from when Integris Credit Union made its way to Vanderhoof.

Westline Ford wins national award

This Vanderhoof Ford dealership ha sprven its superiority for the third time.

Thomas leads speeches at national climate change event

Yinka Dene opens at Act on Climate protest, largest in Canadian history

Vanderhoof drops berm plans, too expensive

The District of Vanderhoof declined building a berm despite property owners concerns of flooding

Fort St. James man survives bear attack

It was a day of surprises for Randy Rawluk of Fort St. James

Marine search re-opened for missing Fort Fraser man

The search for a Nadleh Whut'en man continues on the Nechako

Plane hits moose at Fort St. James airport

None could have foreseen the fatal collision that happened March 26 between a Beach 1900 and a moose.

Artists gather to celebrate life of trailblazer Peter Rodseth

Peter Rodseth was a well-known woodsmen, carver and environmental activist.

Vanderhoof Skatepark update

One determined mother will stop at nothing to get her son a skatepark