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The provincial government has sent biologists out to capture and collar moose and learn why their growth rate is decreasing.
W.L. McLeod Elementary opened their production of My Son Pinocchio on Thursday, Mar. 6 to a full audience in the gymnasium.
Dr. Nancy Doda, a child and developmental psychologist, was in Vanderhoof on Tuesday, Mar. 4 to offer friendly advice to parents.
Vanderhoof met with Prince George representatives to discuss air quality practices and methods of cleaning up the worst air in B.C.
Schools and businesses all over Vanderhoof recognized Pink Shirt Day in their own way on Feb. 26.
A local organization is looking at purchasing a 3-D printer that would be available to the community to use.
A grade seven and eight class at Northside Christian school created a short video and have a chance to win a trip to the Gulf Islands.
Chona Dick has lived in Vanderhoof since she was seven, she has worked to build Vanderhoof’s cancer facilities from the ground up.
The Vanderhoof Crime Watch Patrol is asking for $2,500 from the District of Vanderhoof for the recovery of fuel costs and other needs.
The Eagles Wings, a singing and dancing gospel group from Fiji, played a show at Northside Christian school on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
On Feb. 15 NVSS wrestlers won the Zone Championships in Mission.
Here is the rundown for the Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake fire departments in the year 2013.
They had 51 calls for service from Feb. 6-12. and the Vanderhoof RCMP wants the public to bring in any stories of positive RCMP interaction.
The Vanderhoof high school installed a weather station on the roof that the students and staff are excited about.
Brooks has paid his leadership fee making him official, but what will his political platform consist of?
Four athletes from Vanderhoof will taking to the ice for the B.C. Winter Games.
Four speed skating athletes from Vanderhoof will taking to the ice this month for the B.C. Winter Games.
The Saik’uz First Nations were pursuing a nuisance claim against Rio Tinto Alcan but it was struck down on December 13
Several Vanderhoof residents are concerned over the growing feral cat population so council debated a pet bylaw that could control them.
The local search and rescue team was in council to talk about the rescue team's progression throughout 2013.