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Hobson Museum to close its doors

Hobson Museum to close its doors

After only 17 months, the Hobson History Museum in vanderhoof faces closure due to a lack of funds and shortage of admissions.

Council offers $310,000 for sturgeon

As major players negotiate for recovery centre funding, Vanderhoof offers funds, land and tax exmptions.
Fort St. James sawmill seeks beetle-killed timber

Fort St. James sawmill seeks beetle-killed timber

A new sawmill being built in Fort St. James will process only trees killed by the mountain pine beetle (MPB) epidemic.
Pool referendum passes, John Murphy elected to council

Pool referendum passes, John Murphy elected to council

Vanderhoof pool referendum passes and John Murphy is elected to council on Saturday, Feb. 16.

Original prospectors tour Mt. Milligan

Original prospectors Richard Haslinger Sr. and Heidi Haslinger tour Mount Milligan mine.

Pipeline poll shows most against Northern Gateway

A new poll found 61 per cent of B.C. residents oppose Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.

New CNC campus a top priority

Building a new campus in Vanderhoof is a top priority for the College of New Caledonia, says president John Bowman.

Resource tax-dollar potential huge

Proposed industrial projects would almost double regional tax base.

Big turnout at pool referendum and council by-election

More than 300 people cast their ballots in a Feb. 6 advanced poll for the Vanderhoof pool referendum and by-election.
Differing in views, candidates address issues at public forum

Differing in views, candidates address issues at public forum

Candidates running in the Feb. 15 by-election addressed public issues at a public forum on Thursday, Feb. 7.