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UPDATE: The Lejac fire is now categorized as ‘being held’

RDBN is requesting people to be cautious during the May long weekend

Women’s Centre in B.C. joins protests to send serial killer back to a maximum security prison

MP Todd Doherty and families of the victims are demanding a review of Legebokoff’s transfer to a medium security prison

Update: Active wildfire raging in Lejac near Fraser Lake

The fire has grown to 260 hectares in size

Update: Active wildfire raging in Lejac near Fraser Lake not contained yet

The fire has grown to 260 hectares in size as of Sunday morning

Category 2 open fires are now prohibited within the Stuart Nechako forest districts

BC Wildfire Service is implementing this prohibition because of dry and hot conditions in the forecast

Photo Gallery: Wild Goose Chase Run in Vanderhoof a success, says organizer

Three records were broken in the 3.5 km and 8 km categories

Fort St. James coach receives community coach of the year award

Izzy Willick has been coaching athletes for the past 28-years

Photos: Nechako Valley Historical Society book launch a success

As the river flows - Stories of life along the Nechako is filled with local stories going back to the 1900s

Fort St. James Fire Chief concerned about suspicious fires in the District

Firefighters responded to 10 calls in April alone which is an unusually high number: Steven DeRousie

New road maintenance contracts ask for stricter safety measures

Vanderhoof based Yellowhead Road Bridge was awarded the contract for highways 16 and 27

Public engagement session held in Vanderhoof to address the caribou recovery program

BC federal and provincial representatives said predation management will be part of the strategy to recover southern caribou

Local business owner a finalist at Thrive North Business Challenge

Katrina Slorstad owner of Imperative Recycling is competing with 12 other finalists for $10,000

Work underway at new CNC campus in Vanderhoof

New campus will have shop space for trades programs says Troy Morin

Photos: SD91 students collaborate on epic race cars

Approximately 250 elementary school students participated in the event

Canfor temporarily shutting down lumber mills across B.C.

Low lumber prices and the high cost of fibre are the cause of curtailment, according to the company

Blackwater Gold Project receives a thumbs up from the Environmental Assessment Agency

The $1.8 billion project will provide approximately 2,000 jobs

59 year old man missing in Prince George

He was last seen on April 12

Search and rescue crews called in to find missing Fort St. James man

Jarett Sutherland last spoke to his mother on April 5

Search and rescue crews called in to find missing Fort St. James man

Police are no longer searching for Sutherland. Original story — April 12,…

Fort St. James residents may be able to use fireworks soon

Council will discuss a recommendation that allows the sale and discharge of fireworks on April 9