Marisca Bakker

Bears causing an uproar in Telkwa

Higher than usual number of bear sightings in Telkwa neighbourhoods has residents on edge

CHP candidate kicks off campaign with BBQ

Rod Taylor vows to fight abortion and assisted suicide laws at Tyhee Lake campaign kickoff event

Requiem for the Living

The Bulkley Valley Christmas Choir to recreate their Carnegie Hall experience

Telkwa begins by-election process

A council seat became vacant earlier this summer when Matthew Monkman stepped down

Telkwa hires community housing planner

Council looking to see how big the housing problem is in the Village and what can be done about it

Telkwa mayor wants Province to tackle spruce beetle outbreak

Mayor Brad Layton says he is reminded of the early days of the mountian pine beetle

Steelheads return to CIHL is official

The team will play their home opener Oct. 26

PHOTOS: Telkwa Derby

Annual demolition derby, slo-pitch tournament and famous beef on a bun

Scouts take over Thyee Lake

Smithers hosts Beavers from the Skeena Area

Curtain closes on another season for the Valley Youth Fidllers

Fiddlers make one last stop on their mini tour of the north in Smithers

Winter Tri-Oval Races

Event featured a variety of vehicles racing on an 3/8 mile track at former Smithers Par 3.

2019 120 Races

PHOTOS form annual event where little kids can race their sleds around Heritage Park in Smithers.

Bear captured after breaking into home

Black bear makes his way into home and conservation officers don’t know why

Bye-bye for baby

Reporter Marisca Bakker says reuniting a family perfect way to leave (for now) as she grows hers.

Proposed $45-million Northwest B.C. pellet plant

Hazelton plant would be largest of its kind in North America and ship to Asia from Prince Rupert.

Norwegian man finds biological family in B.C.

Family reunion for adopted man almost 50 years in the making.

Time to let go for BC bears, otters, bobcat

Northern Lights Wildlife shelter near Smithers set to release orphaned animals this spring.

Bigger and safer bridge to be built across the Nass

New two lane bridge will accomodate heavier commercial vehicles

Complaint against Prince George RCMP in death of Wet’suwet’en man

Thirty-five year old Dale Culver died while in Prince George RCMP custody last summer.

B.C. search groups mobilize for missing mushroom picker

Searchers from across the province look for Frances Brown who has been missing since Oct. 14.