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Vanderhoof paramedics receive new patient care monitors.

Vanderhoof paramedics receive new patient care monitors.

Vanderhoof local paramedic service receives patient care monitors to upgrade their medical equipment in ambulances.
Slo-pitch baseball teams I'd Hit That and The Guzzlers go head to head.

Slo-pitch baseball teams I'd Hit That and The Guzzlers go head to head.

Slo-pitch baseball "beer leagues" face off in season play-offs.
Fraser Lake's White Swan music festival and car show a big hit!

Fraser Lake's White Swan music festival and car show a big hit!

Fraser Lake's White Swan music festival brings out music fans and automotive enthusiasts.
Northern Youth Abroad participants visit Vanderhoof

Northern Youth Abroad participants visit Vanderhoof

Participants of the Northern Youth Abroad program share their culture with Vanderhoof.
Hudson's Hope, Bennett dam evacuation ordered

Hudson's Hope, Bennett dam evacuation ordered

5,000-member community and 200 BC Hydro employees ordered out, wind farm near Chetwynd also threatened

Charges upgraded to first degree murder in Fribjon Bjornson case.

Wesley Dennis Duncan, James David Junior Charlie and Jesse Darren Bird are all now charged with first degree murder.
Rising temperatures, dry conditions bring fire ban to Vanderhoof.

Rising temperatures, dry conditions bring fire ban to Vanderhoof.

A fire ban has been imposed to all parts of the Prince George Fire Zone.
St. John Hospital to begin regular HIV testing.

St. John Hospital to begin regular HIV testing.

Northern Health and the St. John Hospital in Vanderhoof are beginning regular HIV-AIDS screening.
B.C. budget surplus $353 million

B.C. budget surplus $353 million

The B.C. government finished the fiscal year in March with a surplus of $353 million by keeping overall spending growth below one per cent
Government won't stop September school strike

Government won't stop September school strike

Imposed settlements don't work, so don't expect one if strike drags into September, B.C. finance minister warns