Aman Parhar

Fort St. James municipal office. File photo

Miller wins seat on Fort St. James council

By-election results announced Feb. 1

Fort St. James municipal office. File photo
Dr. Paul Stent is the first physician in Fort St. James to have received the vaccine, Jan. 22. (Northern Health photo)

Fort St. James receives shipment of COVID-19 vaccine

First vaccination clinics were held Jan. 22.

Dr. Paul Stent is the first physician in Fort St. James to have received the vaccine, Jan. 22. (Northern Health photo)
Fort St. James Secondary School announced a confirmed incident of COVID-19 exposure at the school. (Google Street View photo)
Fort St. James Secondary School announced a confirmed incident of COVID-19 exposure at the school. (Google Street View photo)
Fort St. James municipal office. (Aman Parhar/Caledonia Courier)

All-candidate forum being held in Fort St. James

Both Brenda Gouglas and Bradley Miller will be debating in the forum starting 6 p.m. Jan. 20

Fort St. James municipal office. (Aman Parhar/Caledonia Courier)
In the photo — nurses Jody Price, Janna Leidl, John Ormiston and Dr. Paul Stent. Stuart Lake Auxiliary donated $33,445.87 to the hospital towards the purchase of Panda IRES (baby warmer). (Submitted photo)

Letter from Coun. Paul Stent regarding COVID-19

Hello to all the people living on the shores of Stuart Lake.…

In the photo — nurses Jody Price, Janna Leidl, John Ormiston and Dr. Paul Stent. Stuart Lake Auxiliary donated $33,445.87 to the hospital towards the purchase of Panda IRES (baby warmer). (Submitted photo)
Vanderhoof home sees water from the Nechako move up into the yard, and within hours, water was seen up to the deck. Ken Young, Vanderhoof councillor posted this photo on social media.

Mayor concerned about ice jams in the Nechako river

“We have never lived with a frozen river at this magnitude during our time in council,” mayor said.

Vanderhoof home sees water from the Nechako move up into the yard, and within hours, water was seen up to the deck. Ken Young, Vanderhoof councillor posted this photo on social media.
Brenda Gouglas. (Submitted photo)

Gouglas and Miller running for seat on Fort St. James council

By-election is being held with advance voting opening Jan. 20

Brenda Gouglas. (Submitted photo)
(BC Centre for Disease Control)

Cluster outbreak in Nechako Lakes Health Authority; NH urging vigilance

Cases continue to rise in B.C.’s interior

(BC Centre for Disease Control)
Rapid Response Team deployment in Fort St. James ended Dec. 16. The team can be deployed at any time as the need warrants to communities across B.C. (BC EHS/ Twitter)

COVID-19 paramedic task force leaves Fort St. James; B.C. to send an extra ambulance

Vancouver based, highly trained BC EHS Rapid Response Team end deployment in the community

Rapid Response Team deployment in Fort St. James ended Dec. 16. The team can be deployed at any time as the need warrants to communities across B.C. (BC EHS/ Twitter)
COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

COVID-19 exposure at The Key, weather shelter announced in Fort St. James

Northern Health made the public service announcement Dec. 1

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)
COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

Second COVID-19 exposure incident confirmed at Fort St. James Secondary

First exposure incident at the high school was announced Nov.26

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)
MLA John Rustad with Kate Ryan-Lloyd, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly during his swearing-in ceremony. (Submitted photo)

John Rustad officially sworn-in as MLA in virtual ceremony

Official swearing-in took place Friday, Nov.27

MLA John Rustad with Kate Ryan-Lloyd, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly during his swearing-in ceremony. (Submitted photo)
Snowfall warning issued for Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and surrounding communities.

Snowfall warning issued for B.C.’s Interior

Between 10 - 15 cms of snow expected in the Prince George, Stuart - Nechako region

Snowfall warning issued for Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and surrounding communities.
Fort St. James Secondary School announced a confirmed incident of COVID-19 exposure at the school. (Black Press file photo)

COVID-19 exposure confirmed at Fort St. James Secondary School

Northern Health will be following up directly with anyone who is identified as a close contact

Fort St. James Secondary School announced a confirmed incident of COVID-19 exposure at the school. (Black Press file photo)
John Rustad poses for a photograph infront of St. John Hospital in Vanderhoof after he made the announcement of investing in Hospitals in the area. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Rustad announces St. John Hospital upgrade if BC Liberals are elected

The incumbent BC Liberals MLA for Nechako Lakes made the announcement on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

John Rustad poses for a photograph infront of St. John Hospital in Vanderhoof after he made the announcement of investing in Hospitals in the area. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
Blackwater Gold Mine. (File photo)

Artemis Gold plans phased approach for Blackwater Project

Artemis Gold will directly employ up to 580 people during the initial construction period

Blackwater Gold Mine. (File photo)
Bob Motion wins by-election to become Mayor of Fort St. James. (Facebook photo)

Bob Motion wins by-election for Mayor

Official results were declared Sept. 29

Bob Motion wins by-election to become Mayor of Fort St. James. (Facebook photo)
Vanderhoof’s Anonymous Art Show aims to go Canada-wide next year

Vanderhoof’s Anonymous Art Show aims to go Canada-wide next year

The Anonymous Art Show in it’s second year is gaining popularity across…

Vanderhoof’s Anonymous Art Show aims to go Canada-wide next year
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SD91 develops course to explore student identity and diversity

School District 91 has developed a course for grade 8 students that…

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William Leonard Price is still missing from Fort St. James and was last seen on Aug. 29. (BC RCMP photo)

Criminality involved in Fort St. James man’s disappearance: BC RCMP

William Leonard Price was last seen on Aug. 29.

William Leonard Price is still missing from Fort St. James and was last seen on Aug. 29. (BC RCMP photo)