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A scarce future ahead for Timber Supply

Northern BC has been impacted by the pine beetle a great deal, which in turn has compromised timber sales and production at local mills

Vanderhoof RCMP detachment prioritizes

The Vanderhoof RCMP detachment received a call on June 16 from a local group home reporting a missing teenage girl.
New playground equipment for W.L. McLeod students

New playground equipment for W.L. McLeod students

W.L. McLeod, Nechako Lakes School District 91 has received $50,000

The trails and tribulations of the summer’s sun

It’s a life or death choice, you decide. It truly comes down to that very question

History takes flight

The life of a legendary general surveyor living on through the written word of Jay Sherwood in, Furrow’s in the Sky.
W.L. McLeod thanks the community

W.L. McLeod thanks the community

On May 30th W.L. McLeod Elementary’s Gr. 6/7 English Class visited the B.C. Legislative Assembly in Victoria.

Residents urged to brush up on flood safety

People are urged to take precautionary measures during the current threat from flooding

RCMP Report for Vanderhoof

On May 2nd, 2012 at approximately 1:30 p.m. a female was shot in her forehead

Flood risk

Snow packs in northern B.C. continue to pose a risk of flooding, according to the latest report from the River Forecast Centre.

First Nations in Ontario to be impacted by social assistance cuts

Due to the high costs and with discretionary items being capped, First Nations will be impacted by the cuts