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New light standards - a bright idea?

After January 1, 2011, stores in B.C. will begin phasing out 75W and 100W incandescent bulbs in favour of more energy efficient ones.

Vanderhoof needs foster parents

Foster parents save lives.

Death of Burns Lake teen considered ‘suspicious’ ‘sus

North District Major Crime Unit, in assistance to the Burns Lake RCMP, is investigating the suspicious death of a 17-year-old teenage girl.

Cullen on economic tour of northwest

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen takes his third annual economic tour of the riding to Burns Lake and Fort St. James next week.
Hobson museum to open in April

Hobson museum to open in April

Vanderhoof is soon to see the opening of a major new tourist attraction.
UFC legend stops by for workshop

UFC legend stops by for workshop

Vanderhoof hosted a living legend this past weekend, when UFC Hall of Famer and martial arts master and pioneer Royce Gracie stopped by to teach a two-day mixed martial arts workshop.
Murray Ridge

Murray Ridge

Pilot project for court system being worked on

A pilot project is being worked on for the Vanderhoof court system in an attempt to make it more efficient.

First nations first priority for Martin

The youngest, fastest-growing demographic in Canada is also the same group with the highest high-school drop out rate and lowest percentage of university graduates.

New terrain park opens at Murray Ridge

The new terrain park at Murray Ridge was open for business on the weekend, and skiers and boarders were head over heels, literally.