Rebecca Watson

ICBC Jammin’ 4 Jay tour visits Vanderhoof

Greg Drew speaks to students about the impact his son's death has had on him and his family.

CNC president voices one-college model restructuring

The school’s $2.8 million deficit demands cut backs, layoffs and standardization

Binche finalizes separation from Tl’azt’en

Binche First Nation wants to go in their own direction, away from Tl’azt’en First Nation

School-wide Easter egg hunt

W.L. McLeod students thought they had hit the lottery Friday.

Vanderhoof Chamber of commerce 2015 Business Excellence Awards

This is the first time in eight years the Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce has held their Business Excellence Awards.

Alleged hit-and-run leaves Vanderhoof powerless

Vanderhoof went without Power Monday, March 16 and could be due to a vehicle incident

Shortest-lived chamber president steps down

Vanderhoof's Chamber of Commerce has seen former president Brad Paulson step down and vice president Joe Von Doelle step up.

Huge turnout for Tier 4 Bantam Championship

Fraser LAke hosted the Tire 4 provincial Bantam Tournament

Sinkut bike trail vision raises questions

Rip'N The North mountain bike club has an idea for Sinkut Mountain development

Northside art and photography show

Kids at Northside Christian School displayed featured works of art during this year's art and photo show

Vanderhoof debuts Highway of Tears movie

“It affects all of us, not just our women but men and families too.” Carrier Sekani chief Terry Teegee said.

Historic Society president recants resignation

The Nechako Valley Historical Society is going through a change in leadership, or are they?

McLeod Seussical inspires

Students at McLeod elementary sang a collaboration musical of multiple Dr. Seuss themes.

Family Fun members hunt for treasure

There's hidden treasure in Vanderhoof, every Saturday gives a chance to find it.

UFO Sighting in Fort St. James

More than one person saw the unidentified flying object

Procreation of permanent recreation

The DOV plans to renovate the former Integris building so it can house the recreation department.

Picketers protest McGuiney appeal

Family members of Dwayne Pearson stood out front the Vanderhoof courthouse Monday.

Animal bylaw sits in limbo

Vanderhoof's controversial animal bylaw has raised alarms for some residents.

Music and poetry to my ears

The Vanderhoof performing arts festival was inspiring to say the least.

Rural Advisory Committee gives voice in Victoria

Rural communities will now have a chance to speak their opinion when it comes to making laws in the province