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Contaminated soil could cost Vanderhoof more
Removal of the Kwik Save tanks update for Vanderhoof brownfield.
Air Quality Advisory continues
Air in Vanderhoof is stagnant as the cold front moves in, keeping pollution still
Local recognized as voice for sturgeon recovery
Vanderhoof local has been given a special honorary from the BC Freshwater and Fisheries Society.
Dig’n up old gas tanks
The District of Vanderhoof has started a long-awaited restoration project at one of the most well-known brownfield sites in town
Air Quality Advisory issued for Vanderhoof
Fine air particles measured well above the provincial standard due to pollution and wood burning
Surprised but not surprised, elections
Vanderhoof council and mayor will stay the same for the next four years
Tough call for Nechako Lakes school trustee
Three candidates are running for two position on the board, all with their own unique attributes.
Kitten hits windshield, thrown from truck
A small cat was injured after being thrown from a moving vehicle and hitting another vehicles windshield.
Avison kickstarts donation challenge to bring pool to Vanderhoof
The Vanderhoof Aquatic Centre receives their first large corporate donation.
Viqueens get wet and messy
Rugby at NVSS on Oct. 17 had the Vanderhoof Viqueens soaked but that didn't stop them from taking home a win.
Vanderhoof boy places first in Zone X-Country Championship
The Nechako Valley x-country team can be proud to know their senior boys runners will make it to provincials this year.
Crash throws youth driver out window
A young man in Vanderhoof escaped with his life after being thrown out of his moving vehicles window
Revitalizing Vanderhoof brownfields
The District of Vanderhoof wants to remediate the land the old Kwik Save sits on
Mayor motivated to remove historic car wall
The District of Vanderhoof wants to remove the car wall in Riverside Park located along the west banks of the Nechako river
Museum site to remain closed until next season
The history museum in Vanderhoof has been closed all summer but will open bigger and better next spring
Two councils, one community
The District of Fort St. James and Nak'azdli band signed a protocol agreement to officially start working collaboratively as one community
Becoming a BC hunter
No matter what skill level you are, hunting can be a dangerous sport
Community hall in FSJ
FSJ has waited over 30 years for a community hall and will soon be able to reap the benefits of one.
Water systems 2013 annual report
Northern Health deems Fort St. James water drinkable but hard
Cottonwood Connector creates safer access
The new walkway gives pedestrians a way of reaching the loop from the crosswalk at Birch St without walking on the highway.