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On the first day of Summer, Vanderhoof children gathered at the Saik'uz band office to learn Aboriginal traditions and culture.
From a report by the B.C. Lung Association, Vanderhoof air quality is at 10.9 micrograms per cubic metre, the goal for B.C. is to be 8.0.
Recycling processors thank Vanderhoof for its well-sorted material. Recycling rates have been steadily increasing in the region.
This roadshow traveled around the region teaching students about medical careers.
June Wood's Home to the Nechako: The River and the Land is a first-hand account of the struggles of a community.
Dr. Bret Batchelor recently completed his enhanced surgical skills training which will enable Vanderhoof to keep its OR.
Construction crews at St. John Hospital found buried bones in the area, determined to be not human.
After years of hope, the Fraser Lake Skateboard Club got its wish with a new skateboard park. Is Vanderhoof next?
The 899 Vanderhoof Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron review was a great success with many dignitaries looking on in approval.
A brutal match between the Devils and the Assault on June 1. Final score was 13 to 8 with one of those goals scored by Assault's goalie.
Contributor asks why close Prairiedale and Sinkut View to utilize another school.
The Nechako sturgeon hatchery will provide a much needed benefit to the species but fails to address the key concern, the fish's habitat.
The Liberal government of B.C. has issued its rejection of the Enbridge Northern Pipeline pending the federal environmental panel.
Shipping containers are becoming increasingly popular as storage units and are considered an eyesore by several Vanderhoof councillors.
A recent council meeting provided information on city infrastructure for the next five years in Vanderhoof.
The Cops for Cancer event is a long bicycle trek that BC Ambulance's Sharon Unger is trying to raise money for.
Twelve athletes competed and broke records in the track and field championships.
Students in Socials 11 learn about the process of democracy and participate in their own election with a very different outcome.
Students of District 91 went to Striegler Pit to learn how to operate industrial machinery.
John Rustad will continue to represent the Nechako Lakes district and Christy Clark's Liberals Win for B.C.