Rebecca Watson

Although I've never done it before

What It’s Like: To play golf for the first time

I was reluctant on playing but now I know, I just had to be a little more patient.

Although I've never done it before
(left to right) Lloyd Monk

Golfing means more job opportunities

A partnership between the Stuart Lake Golf Course and Nak'azdli Band continues to create jobs for band members.

(left to right) Lloyd Monk
The Salmon Slingers won Best Salmon Chef in New Caledonia Saturday

Caledonia Days: Salmon Cook-off

The National Historic Site held it's sixth annual salmon cook-off on Saturday, July 19.

The Salmon Slingers won Best Salmon Chef in New Caledonia Saturday
Shannon Craig is excited to have some leafy greens in her life.

Coupons catering to fresh cuisine

A coupon program in Fort St. James is giving people access to fresh fruit and vegetables.

Shannon Craig is excited to have some leafy greens in her life.
Fire Chief Michael Navratil is about to enter the training building after igniting a fire to simulate a real-life situation.

Fire training in Fort St. James

Each year the Fire Rescue Team in Fort St. James practises entering a burning building with a training session.

Fire Chief Michael Navratil is about to enter the training building after igniting a fire to simulate a real-life situation.
Rev. Gwen Andrews is seen in the kitchen behind St. Patricks church

Food bank awaits independence

Rev. Gwen Andrews is pushing for the kitchen behind St. Patricks to become a registered charity and separate entity from the church.

Rev. Gwen Andrews is seen in the kitchen behind St. Patricks church
Lisa Shepherd is a nationally sought after Metis artist and is known for her heirloom quality beadwork.

Metis Artisan shows history through beadwork

Aboriginal artist Lisa Shepherd is bringing her amazing talents to the National Historic Site's Caledonia Days July 19-20.

Lisa Shepherd is a nationally sought after Metis artist and is known for her heirloom quality beadwork.
Seen is Paul Inden's sailboat.

What It’s Like: To go sailing on a 15 foot sailboat

The winds raw energy was all around me and at 20 knots, what was I getting myself into?

Seen is Paul Inden's sailboat.
A BC Sailing summer camp participant and sailing instructor Chris Carberry are seen at Cottonwood Park practising on land before sailing in the water.

BC Sailing in Fort St. James

The BC Sailing Association's summer camp for kids was in Fort St. James last week.

A BC Sailing summer camp participant and sailing instructor Chris Carberry are seen at Cottonwood Park practising on land before sailing in the water.

Cash Stolen from Jean Marie Joseph school

A donation box was taken earlier this month from the school on the Yekooche reserve.

Pat Gauthier is seen holding one of her paintings on her back porch overlooking her ranch.

Fort St. James rancher paints what she sees

Inspiration for art can strike anyone at anytime, even while baling hay.

Pat Gauthier is seen holding one of her paintings on her back porch overlooking her ranch.
Jeremiah Free is seen in the College of New Caledonia's auto workshop.

Mature student inspires better life

Fort St. James resident Jeremiah Free is not your typical student.

Jeremiah Free is seen in the College of New Caledonia's auto workshop.
The Fort St. James National Historic Site's Cafe got broken into earlier this month.

Break-in at National Historic Site

The Fort St. James National Historic Site's Cafe got broken into earlier this month.

The Fort St. James National Historic Site's Cafe got broken into earlier this month.
Number three chicken wins the race at the National Historic Site in Fort St. James.

New Brahmas bring feel-good amosphere

A new batch of chickens started racing this month at the National Historic Site in Fort St. James.

Number three chicken wins the race at the National Historic Site in Fort St. James.

Welcome to beautiful BC

The surreal drive through the mountains is a life changing adventure that I would do again any time.

Tom Greenaway of Greenaway farms has entered the National Historic Site's salmon cook-off to defend his name.

Cow farmer cooks salmon to defend name

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.

Tom Greenaway of Greenaway farms has entered the National Historic Site's salmon cook-off to defend his name.
Bea Barnes is the Junior Entrepreneur Program co-ordinator and is seen in front of her rafting booth at the Fort St. James farmers market in Spirit Square.

Fort St. James farmers market calls all youth

The farmers market has three new vendors this year but more are needed.

Bea Barnes is the Junior Entrepreneur Program co-ordinator and is seen in front of her rafting booth at the Fort St. James farmers market in Spirit Square.
Fort St. James residents Kara and Tina Auchstaetter have committed themselves to a three day march in support of the Kidney Foundation.

Fort St. James residents gear up for Kidney March

Kara and Tina Auchstaetter have committed to walking 100 km over three days in support of the Kidney March and transplant awareness.

Fort St. James residents Kara and Tina Auchstaetter have committed themselves to a three day march in support of the Kidney Foundation.
Allison Sam is seen working in the Nak'azdli band greenhouse.

Nak’azdli greenhouse expanding

For the first time in decades an effort is being made to produce fresh produce on Nak'azdli land.

Allison Sam is seen working in the Nak'azdli band greenhouse.