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On Monday, January 27 Innergex was in Vanderhoof to present an update on the Nulki Hills Wind Project that could be operational by 2018.
The Conservation Officer Service in Vanderhoof has received three complaints in the last week regarding dogs chasing deer.
Sergeant Jason Keays, Vanderhoof RCMP Detachment Commander, will be leaving Vanderhoof for Fort McMurray to take on a higher position there.
NVSS was host to a performance by high energy rock group Speed Control on Tuesday, January 21.
Last Saturday, January 18, 110 cross-country skiers came to the NVSA ski range in Vanderhoof for the Teck Northern Cup.
The Philosopher's Cafe is back in Vanderhoof and they really want to keep the conversation going throughout the year.
Signage will increase in wildlife collisions areas around Vanderhoof. Seranovich, McCaul and Braeside turnoffs will have better signs soon.
The NVSS Senior Viqueens held a tournament in Vanderhoof on January 10 and 11 and came out in second place.
The YMCA of Northern B.C. announced plans to open a licensed childcare site in Vanderhoof on January 10, 2014.
The video documentary that details the disappearance of Madison Scott over two years ago is finished and online.
There has been a sharp increase in animal collisions this winter and several residents have been keeping track and trying to change things.
George Lacerte is a resident of Fraser Lake whose business has been active in the community and Prince George for over five years.
Marina Miral was born in Vanderhoof and has been shortlisted to join the Mars One program which could land on the red planet in 2025.
The weather is certainly changing and I plan on changing with it for 2014.
The NVSS Viqueens Senior basketball team lost to College Heights on Friday, January 3, 56-57.
Teenagers in Vanderhoof were given an education in social media from a recent play by Green Thumb Theatre about cyber-bullying.
Vanderhoof was presented something special on Saturday night when the Northern Orchestra held their annual Christmas Concert.
The school district held Project Health where students traveled to the hospital in Vanderhoof to learn from healthcare professionals.
The Parade was a great success despite the chill and many floats came by dispensing candy as they went. Slideshow included.
Tears were shed but spirits were high during the walk in honour of the National Day of Rememberance and Action on Violence Against Women.