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Underage wild sheep harvesting adds up in northeast B.C.

Underage wild sheep harvesting adds up in northeast B.C.

Seven sheep seized after failing inspection
Fort Nelson writer joins national Indigenous Writers' Circle

Fort Nelson writer joins national Indigenous Writers' Circle

Fort Nelson author Kerissa Dickie is one of 15 authors chosen from across Canada to join the Audible Indigenous Writers' Circle, a program that offers mentorship and guidance to emerging First Nations authors.
Fort Nelson duo find surprise success with online radio show

Fort Nelson duo find surprise success with online radio show

Fort Nelson First Nations bless Tu Deh-Kah Geothermal

Fort Nelson First Nations bless Tu Deh-Kah Geothermal

A blessing ceremony was held this week at the Clarke Lake site for the future Tu Deh-Kah Geothermal plant.
Fort Nelson taking care of seniors, others in need in the north

Fort Nelson taking care of seniors, others in need in the north

Eight residents are currently live at Heritage Place, Fort Nelson’s supported living facility. The Northern Rockies Seniors Society has been operating since 2008 and fundraised more than a million dollars to open the home in 2016.
Three decades of gold fever

Three decades of gold fever

If you ever find yourself in Fort Nelson, it’s hard not to notice the Gold Fever shop along the main drive.
Literacy a community pillar in Fort Nelson

Literacy a community pillar in Fort Nelson

Library has started its own history project, digitizing old photos and newspapers from the Northern Rockies
Prophet River elects new chief and council

Prophet River elects new chief and council

Valerie Askoty was elected Chief, and Beverly Stager and Deshanna Tsakoza were elected councillors
Fort Nelson fire hall family keeping strong

Fort Nelson fire hall family keeping strong

The Northern Rockies Fire Department has had a quiet season this summer, but continues to keep busy training and serving the community.
Optimism and resilience from the bear pit

Optimism and resilience from the bear pit

For Fort Nelson Mayor Gary Foster, the Northern Rockies continues to be a unique place to practice politics, noting the community makes town and the surrounding area what is it is.