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Nechako Valley Historical Society to host its first Heritage Market on July 13

Nechako Valley Historical Society to host its first Heritage Market on July 13

The Heritage Market will be held on Museum grounds, replacing the annual Strawberry Tea event
Update: Little Oliver Creek fire triples in size

Update: Little Oliver Creek fire triples in size

A second out of control fire in northwest B.C. has now been discovered south of Prince Rupert on the Ecstall River
Update: Air tankers play key role in northwest B.C. wildfire battle

Update: Air tankers play key role in northwest B.C. wildfire battle

Airtankers dropped retardant on a wildfire northeast of Terrace this morning between its southwest flank and Hwy16 to slow its growth and push it into the alpine.
Federal minister visits Haisla amid Cedar LNG negotiations

Federal minister visits Haisla amid Cedar LNG negotiations

Canada has committed to the project, but discussions around details are ongoing
Record breaking temperatures recorded July 8

Record breaking temperatures recorded July 8

Temperatures soared across the Northwest yesterday (July 8) smashing some old records.
Vanderhoof real estate market slows, Fort St. James sees surge in 2024 report

Vanderhoof real estate market slows, Fort St. James sees surge in 2024 report

BC SPCA warns the public to not leave their pets in hot cars

BC SPCA warns the public to not leave their pets in hot cars

With many heatwaves now in effect across the province, BC SPCA is reminding pet owners to not leave their pets in their vehicles this summer. Leaving an animal in a hot vehicle can have life-threatening consequences for the pet.
Crews battle wildfire northeast of Terrace

Crews battle wildfire northeast of Terrace

B.C. Wildfire Service crews remain at the scene of a fire that is now estimated at 70 hectares
Heat warning issued for Stuart Nechako and surrounding areas

Heat warning issued for Stuart Nechako and surrounding areas

Temperatures expected to soar into the 30s Celsius, posing a moderate risk to public health.
Stuart Nechako Advertiser will publish its last edition July 11

Stuart Nechako Advertiser will publish its last edition July 11

The Stuart Nechako Advertiser is ceasing publication after the July 11 edition. Local news coverage will continue in the Vanderhoof Omineca Express and Fort St.