Fiona Maureen

“Persian Plenty” quilt fit for a queen

Fort St. James quilter Mona French is almost finished building her magnificent…

Community Foundation showcases “777 Challenge” trophy

The 777 Challenge is one way to donate to the Fort St.…

Local area D-Day survivor is 100 yrs on Feb. 5

Stewart Ray is “like a cat with 9 lives, except he’s on at least his 3rd set of 9 lives”

Out About with Shawn Pyy

Veterans and Rememberance Day memorial poppies

Peewee minor hockey tournament in Houston

Eight teams from Houston, Burns Lake, Smithers, Vanderhoof, Hazelton, Fort St. James,…

WWII Veteran’s 70th year residing in Fort St. James

J.K. Johnson moved here from Calgary in 1947 and never looked back

38th annual Running Mt. Pope Adventure Run

On Sun. Oct. 22, 2017 there were 21 runners, six registered walkers…

Nak’azdli Whut’en donates $25,000 to library

A historic partnership is established to mark Literacy Month of October

Vanderhoof Community Foundation hosts well known gardening expert Brian Minter

“In the garden everyone can be an artist, without apology or explanation,”…

New cut level set for Prince George Timber Supply Area

This represents a 33% decrease from the allowable annual cut of 12.5 million cubic metres set in 2011.

Local Walk of Hope for ovarian cancer

Mirand Loyie-Silva’s story will increase awareness about the “silent killer”

Mount Milligan hosts annual community meeting

Phil Welton, General Manager of Mount Milligan and Endako Mines gave a…

No one should go hungry, Support your local Food Bank

When it comes to the basics, food is at the top of…

Heartless theft of key signage from trail system

Fort St. James Snowmobile ATV Club volunteers are saddened by the repeated acts of disrespect

Pedestrian fatally struck on main street Vanderhoof

An investigation is ongoing into circumstances surrounding the early morning incident

District walks downtown to get feedback

Community stakeholders conduct face-to-face survey with local businesses

LETTER: Canada without the Monarchy

Canada and England would fit seamlessly into the international community without the Monarchy

Sinking kayak rescue by Fort St. James RCMP

A couple of week’s ago, on Friday September 9, at 1:30 p.m.,…

Two blue Necky kayaks are still missing

Two “Necky” brand baby blue kayaks stolen from the beach near the…

Nak’azdli joins Walk for Reconciliation

2nd walk through the city streets is an act of support for the spirit of ‘Namwayut’ - We are all one.