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Grade 5 student Daniel Nash and support staff member Dan Nickel presented the poem “In Flanders Fields” and the story of its author John McCrae.

Vanderhoof senior students hosts W. L. McLeod Elementary Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day made a deeper impression on some senior elementary students in Vanderhoof this year.

Grade 5 student Daniel Nash and support staff member Dan Nickel presented the poem “In Flanders Fields” and the story of its author John McCrae.
The proposed BC Transit bus routes lie between Prince George and Burns Lake

First public buses for Highway 16 arrive in early 2017

By early 2017, residents along Highway 16 will have a public transport system to travel between communities.

The proposed BC Transit bus routes lie between Prince George and Burns Lake

Gallery: Seniors’ Health Fair in Vanderhoof answers questions on medical, social needs

Vanderhoof’s seasoned residents gather at Nechako Senior Friendship Centre on Nov. 2 for the 18th annual Seniors’ Health Fair.

Northside Water in Vanderhoof raise rates to lower arsenic levels

Starting in January, Northside Water Service Ltd. customers may be paying $19 more per month to receive less arsenic in their water.

Integris Credit Union board director Mark Churchill and other members celebrate with a birthday cake on Oct. 28.

Integris Credit Union turns 70, Vanderhoof building turns five

Oct. 28 marked Integris Credit Union’s 70th birthday and the fifth anniversary of its Vanderhoof branch’s new home.

Integris Credit Union board director Mark Churchill and other members celebrate with a birthday cake on Oct. 28.
Integris Credit Union staff and Vanderhoof Kinettes were invited to W. L. McLeod Elementary's weekly Farm to School lunch program to celebrate their industrial dishwasher donation on Oct. 26.

Vanderhoof school’s food programs got dishwashing help from Integris, Kinettes

W. L. McLeod Elementary now has more wash cycle choices than just “human” to continue its food and nutrition programs.

Integris Credit Union staff and Vanderhoof Kinettes were invited to W. L. McLeod Elementary's weekly Farm to School lunch program to celebrate their industrial dishwasher donation on Oct. 26.
The Stellaco Wildcats posed with some players of the Burns Lake hockey team circa 1940 on Radley Beach in Burns Lake. From left

VIDEO: Six Stellat’en hockey jocks ditched the rink for Second World War

World War II was in full swing when six Stellaco Wildcats shirked their hockey gear to join the Canadian army during the early 1940s.

The Stellaco Wildcats posed with some players of the Burns Lake hockey team circa 1940 on Radley Beach in Burns Lake. From left
Announced on Nov. 1 as the National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother for 2016-2017 by The Royal Canadian Legion’s dominion president David Flannigan

Vanderhoof mom named as National Memorial Silver Cross Mother

Vanderhoof-bred Colleen Fitzpatrick will be laying a wreath at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Nov. 11.

Announced on Nov. 1 as the National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother for 2016-2017 by The Royal Canadian Legion’s dominion president David Flannigan
Unknown suspects broke into Vanderhoof’s visitor centre and Chamber of Commerce office was broken into by over the night Nov. 1

Nov. 9 Police Update: Vanderhoof visitor centre break-in, Prince George stolen vehicle found

Vanderhoof’s local RCMP detachment lodged 94 files, which included 10 prisoners, in the past week.

Unknown suspects broke into Vanderhoof’s visitor centre and Chamber of Commerce office was broken into by over the night Nov. 1

Vanderhoof, Fort St. James cases in court during week of Oct. 31

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases in chronological order of hearing in law courts of the area

Gallery: Vanderhoof presents 17th annual Pumpkin Walk

The 17th annual Pumpkin Walk took place in Vanderhoof's Riverside Park on Oct. 31.

Chickens the Musical’s cast (from left) Kevin Wallace

Chickens The Musical in Vanderhoof flies on opening weekend

Chickens The Musical’s “fowl humour” brought laughs and applause ringing through the theatre during the production’s opening weekend

Chickens the Musical’s cast (from left) Kevin Wallace
Six couples renewed their wedding vows at the celebration hosted in Fort Fraser on Oct. 28: Marlene and Fernando Silva

Wedding vows renewed at 200-year Fraser Lake church anniversary

Over 100 gathered for the 200th anniversary of Fraser Lake’s St. Andrew’s Catholic Church on Oct. 28.

Six couples renewed their wedding vows at the celebration hosted in Fort Fraser on Oct. 28: Marlene and Fernando Silva

Vanderhoof wins gold at cross-country zone championship

Nechako Valley Secondary’s cross-country runners brought home a zone championship banner for the eighth year in a row.

In light of Stuart Nechako Manor’s 11th birthday

Vanderhoof home celebrates 11 years of complex care service

Vanderhoof’s Stuart Nechako Manor is celebrating its 11th year of providing complex care and comfort for the community’s older generation.

In light of Stuart Nechako Manor’s 11th birthday
Grade 4 student Trey Cromarty from W. L. McLeod Elementary school seem nervously excited on Oct. 26 about carving one of the 500 pumpkins for the 17th annual Pumpkin Walk at Riverside Park.

The great W. L. McLeod Elementary pumpkin patch

Preparing for the 17th annual Pumpkin Walk in Vanderhoof.

Grade 4 student Trey Cromarty from W. L. McLeod Elementary school seem nervously excited on Oct. 26 about carving one of the 500 pumpkins for the 17th annual Pumpkin Walk at Riverside Park.
Chickens The Musical

Why chickens are crossing the Vanderhoof stage

Chickens, farmers, and musicians are cooping up on stage to entertain the Vanderhoof audience with poultry behaviour this season.

Chickens The Musical

Nov. 2 Police Update: break-in suspect arrested, suspicious behaviour calls up

Vanderhoof’s local RCMP detachment lodged 99 files, which included 10 prisoners, in the last week.

Vanderhoof, Fort St. James volunteer call for B.C.-wide seniors survey

Volunteers are needed in Vanderhoof and Fort St. James this season for a B.C.-wide understanding of the residential care experience.

Before the judge during the week of Oct. 24

A list of Vanderhoof and Fort St. James cases in chronological order of hearing in law courts of the area