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I was reluctant on playing but now I know, I just had to be a little more patient.
A partnership between the Stuart Lake Golf Course and Nak'azdli Band continues to create jobs for band members.
The National Historic Site held it's sixth annual salmon cook-off on Saturday, July 19.
A coupon program in Fort St. James is giving people access to fresh fruit and vegetables.
Each year the Fire Rescue Team in Fort St. James practises entering a burning building with a training session.
Rev. Gwen Andrews is pushing for the kitchen behind St. Patricks to become a registered charity and separate entity from the church.
Aboriginal artist Lisa Shepherd is bringing her amazing talents to the National Historic Site's Caledonia Days July 19-20.
The winds raw energy was all around me and at 20 knots, what was I getting myself into?
The BC Sailing Association's summer camp for kids was in Fort St. James last week.
A donation box was taken earlier this month from the school on the Yekooche reserve.
Inspiration for art can strike anyone at anytime, even while baling hay.
Fort St. James resident Jeremiah Free is not your typical student.
The Fort St. James National Historic Site's Cafe got broken into earlier this month.
A new batch of chickens started racing this month at the National Historic Site in Fort St. James.
The surreal drive through the mountains is a life changing adventure that I would do again any time.
Tom Greenaway will trade in his pitch fork for a real fork at the National Historic Site's salmon cook-off in Fort St. James.
The farmers market has three new vendors this year but more are needed.
Kara and Tina Auchstaetter have committed to walking 100 km over three days in support of the Kidney March and transplant awareness.
For the first time in decades an effort is being made to produce fresh produce on Nak'azdli land.