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Former Canfor sawmill site now mining bitcoin

Former Canfor sawmill site now mining bitcoin

Brian Fehr has been buying up old sawmill sites in B.C. to create new business ventures
New B.C. COVID-19 cases rise again, hit four-week high

New B.C. COVID-19 cases rise again, hit four-week high

Number of those in B.C. hospitals with COVID-19 declines to 10-month low.
Hudson's Hope lifts boil water advisory

Hudson's Hope lifts boil water advisory

The District of Hudson's Hope rescinded its boil water notice yesterday, July 20, after sample results revealed there was not a threat to the Hudson's Hope Community Water System.
Beatton bike trail network comes full circle

Beatton bike trail network comes full circle

Judy Kucharuk: No child is ready to lose a parent

Judy Kucharuk: No child is ready to lose a parent

Elderly deserve dignity and respect in the twilight of their lives
Fort St. John, Chetwynd mills curtailed due to wildfires

Fort St. John, Chetwynd mills curtailed due to wildfires

Curtailments will take 115 million board feet out of Canfor's Western Canadian production
Manhunt north of Tumbler Ridge

Manhunt north of Tumbler Ridge

Reports started Tuesday with an incident on Hwy 52N and readers noting almost 10 RCMP units including 3 or 4 unmarked vehicles, including investigative and crime scene unit en route to TeePee Falls.
New B.C. COVID-19 cases spike to near-four-week high

New B.C. COVID-19 cases spike to near-four-week high

Active infections rise more than 8% in past week, to 692.
After long wait, Bo Hedge’s fourth Paralympic appearance is just a month away

After long wait, Bo Hedge’s fourth Paralympic appearance is just a month away

After 18 months of preparation and waiting, Bo Hedges will make his fourth appearance at the Paralympic games when the 2020 Games begin August 20 in Tokyo.
B.C. forest fires prompt state of emergency

B.C. forest fires prompt state of emergency

The declaration goes into effect at midnight tonight.