New foundations break ground
As Rolande Norwegian, Gail Villeneuve and another Catholic church member sank the shovel into the ground on June 16, smiles and applause broke out among community members who had gathered to witness the historic ceremony.
Cli Lake fire under control says GNWT
A wildfire burning at Cli Lake, 90 kilometres west of Fort Simpson, is under control, according to Amber Simpson, the wildlife information officer for the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
Rene Lamothe remembered
Rene Lamothe passed away June 14, but the legacy he left behind will not soon be forgotten.
Elder abuse talks draw attention
On World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, community outreach staff at the Fort Simpson branch of the Department of Health and Social Services took to the streets to speak out on an issue they say often flies under the radar.
Dump limits large metal
Councillors for Fort Simpson agreed to revise the village's policy on large metal items dropped off at the landfill in a bid to lengthen the site's lifespan.
Tradition and contemporary collide at Open Sky Festival
Under the banner of elevating the arts, planning is almost finalized for the 16th annual Open Sky Festival, to be held in Fort Simpson from July 1 to 3.
Rare dove spotted in village
When you think of the Northwest Territories, the last thing that comes to mind is a bird known to be prolific in the south.
Golfers garner support against cancer
Women brought a flood of pink outfits and decorations to the Seven Spruce golf green on June 11 as they turned out in scores to support Golf Fore the Cure.