Temporary pump track cancelled

July 31, 2016 The Goat
by EVAN MATTHEWS The pump track scheduled for Valemount’s Centennial Park on Aug. 2 from 3 — 6 PM is cancelled, according to Curtis Pawliuk. The event, which was being put on by the Canadian […]

Local band releases first album Unfinished Humans

July 31, 2016 The Goat
by LAURA KEIL “There’s nothing really cheery about this album,” says Seth Macdonald, of Samson’s Delilah. That said, you’ll probably still find yourself bobbing to its reggae grooves. Local musicians Shara Gustafson and Seth Macdonald, […]

Fighting cancer every mile

July 30, 2016 The Goat
by MONICA MARCU They left Austin, TX, on June 4. With an average of 75 miles a day, bikers crossed the continent from South to North – targeting Anchorage, Alaska as their final point. A […]

Better road access to Ancient Forest

July 30, 2016 The Goat
by GOAT STAFF Local residents and visitors will have better highway access to the Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Wudujut Park as the provincial government announced $1 million toward road improvements. Prince George Valemount MLA Shirley Bond […]

Chickadees prove noise pollution impact

July 29, 2016 The Goat
by EVAN MATTHEWS A UNBC researcher has uncovered a link between Black-capped Chickadees and noise pollution created by humans in urban areas. A former PhD student, Dr. Steffi Lazerte, was studying Black-capped Chickadees last year […]

More medals for Agnes

July 28, 2016 The Goat
by LAURA KEIL McBride native Agnes Esser is bringing two bronze medals home from the NACAC Under-23 Championships in El Salvador last weekend – her first international medals. She won bronze medals in both hammer […]

Kinbasket below full pool

July 28, 2016 The Goat
by EVAN MATTHEWS The water level in the Kinbasket Reservoir water is even lower than last year, and B.C. Hydro says it’s unlikely the reservoir will reach full pool this year. The current water level […]
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Closed to media? Closed to the public.

July 27, 2016 The Goat
by EVAN MATTHEWS, editor I’m still pretty fresh into my journalism career, yet I’ve noticed a recurring trend when writing stories out of Village Council. It’s been difficult to have open dialogue with certain elected […]
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