Moose population decline cited as reason: Gitanyow wildlife officer
The future of the Sensible BC petition is now up in the air, but the campaign may not require a second run.
More than 100 people attended a meeting July 25 to hear Enbridge representatives give a presentation on the Northern Gateway project.
The Gitksan Watershed Authority is urging an immediate closure of food fishing on the Skeena River to ensure future stock returns.
The Smithers Chamber of Commerce welcomed members of the Independent Investigation Office of B.C. last Thursday with a luncheon.
Two events educating the public about TransCanada’s proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project were in Hazelton last week.
Jerry Seinfeld descended on Prince George last Thursday slinging his particular brand of observational humour.
Lena Wilson no longer has a charge against her, but remains in pursuit of filing charges against the RCMP.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) voted in a secret ballot to put wrestling on the chopping block in the 2020 Olympics.
The Hazelton secondary school senior boys’ basketball team went 0-2 in a Houston play-day last Saturday.
Hazelton held several events for Family Literacy Day (Jan. 27) on Jan. 24.
Owners of a cabin west of Smithers had their holiday cut short last March when word arrived their cabin was destroyed during a house party.
Family and friends say there is so much more to CJ than the thumbnail sketch provided by the RCMP>
RCMP staff sergeant, Kirsten Marshall plans to make the Smithers’ Community Policing Office (CPO) more efficient.
Susan Gail Leuenberger of Houston will pay a maximum of $638,991.10 to Kyah Industries Ltd. (KIL).
Kyahwood Forest Products received recognition at the B.C. Aboriginal Business Awards’ Gala for the community owned business of the year.
Hazelton RCMP are interviewing individuals involved with the failed, Gitxsan-Treaty-Society-funded, Black Goose investment of $1 million.
RCMP Const. Troy Derrick is one of the latest recipients of the Diamond Jubilee medal.
Susan Leuenberger was found guilty of theft over $5,000, fraud over $5,000, and making false entry in an accounting journal.