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The Vanderhoof Halloween Pumpkin Walk is perfect for small towns to bring their communities together.
On Friday, November 1, Vanderhoof was part of a theatre event that creates plays from the messages that corporations have put in our heads.
The first slippery day hit Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake on Thursday, October 31. There were eight incidents before noon.
The U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child is on display in a series of digital designs by Chenoa Goa in the Vanderhoof Public Library.
A trip to the gloomy and beautiful Fawcett farm of pumpkins.
Residents may have seen a new sporty looking patrol car on the streets of Vanderhoof, the new 2013 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor.
The NVSS runners had a great day on Saturday, October 19, the weather was cool but that just put the athletes into peak performance.
The Vanderhoof curling arena has been going through renovations in the past few weeks and will be out of commission until January 1, 2014.
The Northern Orchestra performed in Vanderhoof on Sunday, October 20 with special guest Robert Silverman on piano.
A boil water advisory lasted from Saturday until Wednesday, October 16 for residents in the Northside Water Services area of Vanderhoof.
Annerose Georgeson, Vanderhoof's local artist, was in in Banff to display an exhibit of her art under the theme of the pine beetle.
On October 4 students from Vanderhoof's elementary schools came together to raise money for spinal cord injury research by playing Frisbee.
On October 7, John Rustad and community leaders toured the new emergency entrance of St. John Hospital which will be complete March 2014.
The reuse shed holds hidden treasures and volumes of literature provided freely by and for the people of Vanderhoof.
A young Aboriginal couple was seen in distress by the side of the highway and a Vanderhoof RCMP constable was compelled to help them.
Twenty-four students attended Project Agriculture in Vanderhoof, everyone got to try out many different aspects of work on a farm.
VIA Rail Canada held a meeting in Vanderhoof last Thursday to talk about accessibility and options to improve it going forward.
Around last January or March, Patti Chesley felt compelled to get into making dresses for the poor.
BC Search and Rescue released a document discussing how to keep up to date with training, highlighting the need for organized funding.
The first NVSS race of the season took place on Saturday on the NVSA track. The NVSS racers came out well ahead of the other teams.