Vivian Chui

A group of youth took a Medicine Walk with an Lake Babine Nation knowledge holder during culture camp earlier this year.

New Vanderhoof mentorship program gives permanency to native foster youth

North central B.C’s native youth and elders can soon bridge generation gaps through a new youth-elder mentorship program.

A group of youth took a Medicine Walk with an Lake Babine Nation knowledge holder during culture camp earlier this year.
Vanderhoof's registered dietitian Robyn Turner is looking to expand her Fill Your Plate program to non-clients this February.

New Vanderhoof health program scraps diet for lifestyle change

Vanderhoof’s dietitian Robyn Turner is a free six-week program that aims to offer an alternative to weight-loss fad diets.

Vanderhoof's registered dietitian Robyn Turner is looking to expand her Fill Your Plate program to non-clients this February.
Workers add to the exterior of the newly-renovated Integris Community Centre on Jan. 20.

New Vanderhoof centre opens for youth programs, space rentals next month

he renovating Integris Community Centre is on schedule for YMCA of Northern B.C. to start programs in their new home on Feb. 1

Workers add to the exterior of the newly-renovated Integris Community Centre on Jan. 20.

Jan. 25 Police Update: armed robbery follow-up

Vanderhoof’s local RCMP detachment lodged 74 files, which included nine prisoners, in the past week.

Vanderhoof, Fort St. James cases in court during Jan. 16 week

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases that have a first appearance, or a trial scheduled or ended, in law courts of the area:

On Jan. 17

Vanderhoof society returns with new board to make history

Vanderhoof’s historical society is now back to make and promote history with a new team.

On Jan. 17
At birth

Over $17,000 raised in one day for Vanderhoof baby

Over $17,000 to support a Vanderhoof newborn’s surgery were gathered within a day through an online crowdfunding campaign.

At birth
Started on Jan. 1 at his first RCMP posting in Vanderhoof

Firefighter-turned RCMP: New police officer to Vanderhoof

Vanderhoof’s newest cop is no stranger to emergency response.

Started on Jan. 1 at his first RCMP posting in Vanderhoof
Houston’s team (orange) crosses hockey sticks with Vanderhoof (red) on Jan. 14.

North central Initiation hockey divides Vanderhoof ice

About 180 players in north central B.C. hit Vanderhoof ice from Jan. 14 to 15 for an Initial Minor Hockey tournament.

Houston’s team (orange) crosses hockey sticks with Vanderhoof (red) on Jan. 14.

Jan. 18 Police Update: power knockout crash update

Vanderhoof’s local RCMP detachment received 61 files, which included eight prisoners, in the past week.

“The majority of residential home owners within the northern B.C. region can expect a slight increase

Vanderhoof 2017 property assessment up on average

The majority of residential home owners within the northern B.C. region can expect a slight increase, compared to last year’s assessment

“The majority of residential home owners within the northern B.C. region can expect a slight increase

Vanderhoof, Fort St. James cases in court during Jan. 9 week

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases that have a first appearance, or a trial scheduled or ended, in law courts of the area:

The Vanderhoof-based Nechako Valley Search and Rescue team was involved with multiple mutual aid call-outs across northern B.C. last year.

Council: Vanderhoof support for Highway 16 transportation deferred to next meeting

...Unpausing Blackwater environmental assessment in early 2017: New Gold, mural and bus shelter proposed at Kenney Dam Road/Hwy 16

The Vanderhoof-based Nechako Valley Search and Rescue team was involved with multiple mutual aid call-outs across northern B.C. last year.
Band teacher Russell Larden

Nechako Lakes get funding for seven more teachers

It's part of the $50 million fund to hire up to 1,100 teachers for the current school year, negotiated by B.C. and teachers federation

Band teacher Russell Larden

Aged-out foster kid in Vanderhoof finds passion in social work

A former foster child of Vanderhoof has found a passion in social work and wants to improve the lives of children in government care.

Slenyah Store

Human rights claim against Stellat’en First Nation dismissed

A complaint against Stellat’en First Nation for alleged racial discrimination is dismissed this winter by B.C.’s human rights tribunal.

Slenyah Store

Vanderhoof, Fort St. James cases in court during Jan. 2 week

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases that have a first appearance, or a trial scheduled or ended, in law courts of the area:

North-facing views from new webcams installed on Highway 16 at Highway 27 (far left) and Nautley Road. These are some of the 44 viewpoints from webcams installed along Highway 16 to show real-time road conditions.

North central B.C. road conditions revealed in new webcams

Drivers travelling between Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake can now preview road conditions from two new webcams on Highway 16.

North-facing views from new webcams installed on Highway 16 at Highway 27 (far left) and Nautley Road. These are some of the 44 viewpoints from webcams installed along Highway 16 to show real-time road conditions.
On Jan. 1 at 7:23 p.m.

Vanderhoof’s first 2017 baby arrived on Jan. 1

On Jan. 1 at 7:23 p.m., the first 2017 baby in Vanderhoof was born to Kayla and Jordaine Weber of Fraser Lake at St. John Hospital.

On Jan. 1 at 7:23 p.m.

ENDED: Air quality issued for Vanderhoof

An air quality advisory issued for Vanderhoof by the Ministry of Environment since Jan. 10 is expected to sustain until Jan. 12 or 13.