Fall hunt fruitful but not without problem
The feet of Wrigley rabbits are turning white, marking the nearness of winter, and freezers are full as band members return from their fall hunt.
Farmers push back at bylaw
Some residents in Fort Simpson are questioning the wisdom behind a bylaw that would restrict the types of animals people could keep on their residential-zoned properties.
Trip teaches hands-on trades through training
For students in the Deh Cho with an interest in the trades, a lack of opportunities in their own communities is no longer as big a barrier to pursuing their dreams.
Fort Simpson business student awarded $1,500 scholarship
A business student from Fort Simpson has become a three-time recipient of Dehcho Regional Helicopters' awards scholarship for aviation support services.
From student to teacher
Fresh from a week of table tennis in Fort Providence, Deh Gah School graduate Mikaela Vandell is looking forward to getting back into the swing of things.
Archers aim for success
Drawing back the string on a 20-pound bow, a Grade 10 student sights in on the small figure of a squirrel 10 metres away.