Fort Liard's community policing program, a first in the NWT, hired its first officers. They'll take "social and minor" calls that previously went to the RCMP.
An extremely rare weather event turned kilometres of Dehcho trees into matchsticks last year. Researchers only noticed because of the sheer scale of the damage.
A planned Fort Simpson LNG plant is on hold while officials examine how to move its existing diesel plant, threatened by floods last year, to higher ground.
A potential witness to an unsolved Fort Simpson murder came forward, offering hope that the question of who killed Billy Cholo in 2014 may be answered.
A company trying to start a Dehcho zinc mine says regulators are to blame for up to a year-long delay. One regulator says the delay is the company's own fault.
The deadline to apply for a key form of financial support after May's severe NWT flooding has been extended by two months, the territorial government says.
A camp this coming February will take Dehcho high school students on the land to learn about winter ecology, scientific research, and traditional knowledge.
The Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission laid nine charges over the death of an excavator operator near Fort Simpson a year ago.
A manufactured home being moved to Jean Marie River – a replacement for a flooded house – was damaged in an accident on Highway 1.
A man considered violent and likely to re-offend was released from jail after being sentenced to time served and probation for a Fort Simpson home invasion.
The Dehcho First Nations said a new land code will govern how resources in the region are used, addressing "confusion" over which government is responsible.
Highway 7 south of Fort Liard will, from Tuesday, reopen to two-way traffic at specific times – almost 18 months after closing to most inbound traffic.