On August 18, Fort Smith is hoping dozens of runners will hoof it through a mud pit, over tires, and through rope webs during the first annual Mad Bison Mud Run.
Fort Smith's Paddlefest has begun, with organizers saying they have done all they can to address concerns about nearby pelicans nesting.
A new healthy foods policy in Fort Smith may inadvertently make youth sports harder to access, some residents claim.
Family members said they were "still waiting for answers" as RCMP in British Columbia declared Brittany Martel's death "not suspicious" on Tuesday.
Calgary-based Wood’s Homes has chosen not to keep running Fort Smith's Trailcross Treatment Centre - and no other organizations appear interested.
The Hay River shop, owned and operated by Melissa Beck, may change hands as Beck’s family prepares to explore new opportunities down south.
Veronica McDonald was told she could join as many events as she wanted, so she competed in an astounding 12 events over four days in Alaska.
A Northwest Territories woman whose body was found by a driver beside a highway in British Columbia has been identified as Brittany Martel.
The NWT's chief public health officer has warned people who bought pesto at Hay River's market this month to throw it away or risk botulism.
Fort Smith Métis Council claims injustices against the area’s Métis people resulted from the deliberate actions of John A McDougal, for whom the road is named.
This past weekend, an estimated 770 photos of late Hay River citizens were hung along the fence across the service road from The Rooster.
Hay River’s Courtoreille Street, which is undergoing sewer and water infrastructure upgrades, may become a one-way street when construction finishes.