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Outgoing Director of Electoral Area C, Arthur Hadland explains the temporary solution at the Peace River Regional District office in Fort St John.

Charlie Lake sewer lagoon temporary solution to the PRRD’s dumping concerns

News The Peace River Regional District has announced today that come January 1, when Fort St. John will no longer accept their sewage at the city’s wastewater transfer station, they’ll be utilizing the existing Charlie Lake sewer lagoon system....
by Adam Steinberg
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Unusual number of dogs being stolen in the South Peace

News The South Peace SPCA and the B.C. SPCA are warning pet owners after an unusual number of large breed dogs being stolen in the South Peace over the last couple of weeks.  The SPCA is warning dog owners to not leave their dogs unattended and to report any missing dogs....
by Adam Reaburn
Canada Winter Games Torch Relay

Fresh snow, cool weather no match for Canada Winter Games torch celebrations

Sports Winds and falling snow may have hindered the start of the Canada Winter Games Torch Relay but it certainly couldn't stop it. The flame was blown out a few times prior to the beginning but once everything got started, the event was a success....
by Chase Charney
Skate with the Huskies

Best turnout to date for Skate with the Huskies

Sports After the Santa Claus parade festivities had wrapped up last night, many people made their way over to the North Peace Arena to have their opportunity to skate with the Fort St. John Huskies. This year's Skate with the Huskies event was the most successful one the team has held as the ice was packed from start to finish....
by Chase Charney
Here is a shot of Mile 73 of the Alaska Highway at 8:30 Saturday.

Snowfall warning continues and current road conditions

News The Snowfall Warning remains in effect for the North Peace but should end by lunch Saturday.  With the heavy snow Friday night, many roads in the Peace are in poor condition.  Take it easy before you travel today.  Here are the current conditions from Drivebc.ca....
by Adam Reaburn
The Light a Moose sign at the start of day three.

Rhyason Contracting Light a Moose raises over $44K

Moose FM The 11th Annual Rhyason Contracting Light a Moose raised over $44,000 for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation.  The three day fundraiser saw staff from Moose FM broadcast from outside to raise funds for the Hospital....
by Adam Reaburn
The Torch Relay made a stop in Dawson Creek and the Encana Events Centre on Friday.

Canada Games Torch Relay in Fort St. John today

Sports The Canada Winter Games Torch Relay will be in Fort St. John today.  The Relay includes a celebration at Centennial Park with live music, games and fireworks....
by Adam Reaburn
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Photo Gallery: 2014 Annual Fort St. John Santa Claus Parade

Arts & Culture The 2014 Annual Fort St. John Santa Claus Parade was another success as children and adults alike lined 100 Street to get a glance of this year’s floats, and of course, Mr. and Mrs. Claus....
by Adam Steinberg
Outgoing Director of Electoral Area C, Arthur Hadland explains the temporary solution at the Peace River Regional District office in Fort St John.

Charlie Lake sewer lagoon temporary solution to the PRRD’s dumping concerns

News The Peace River Regional District has announced today that come January 1, when Fort St. John will no longer accept their sewage at the city’s wastewater transfer station, they’ll be utilizing the existing Charlie Lake sewer lagoon system....
by Adam Steinberg
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Trackers hope to end November on positive note

Sports The month of November has not been kind to the N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers. The team has a record of 1-4-2 through the month, but will have an opportunity to close November out on a high with two games this weekend....
by Chase Charney
RCMP Vehicle

Northbound lane of Alaska Highway closed, southbound remains open

Updated 1 day 8 hours ago.

News The Fort St. John RCMP says the Alaska Highway is closed to northbound traffic 18 km south of Wonowon as result of a vehicle collision blocking the lane....
by Adam Steinberg
Flyers Spirit River

Senior Flyers to square off against rival Spirit River Rangers Saturday night

Sports The Fort St. John Senior Flyers will be on the road tomorrow to battle their rivals the Spirit River Rangers for the first time this season. There's no love loss between the two teams as in their pre-season game in October, the action was intense and chippy from start to finish....
by Chase Charney
Weather Warning Snow

Snowfall warning issued for North Peace region

News Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the North Peace region....
by Adam Steinberg
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New physician coming to practice in Fort St. John

News Fort St. John has secured a new physician.  Details are limited at this point, but a Facebook status from Mayor Lori Ackerman suggests a new physician will be moving to Fort St. John....
by Adam Steinberg
Mr. and Mrs. Clause at last year's parade.

Annual Fort St. John Santa Claus Parade back for another round

News Mr. and Mrs. Claus are coming to Fort St. John tomorrow for the city’s Annual Santa Claus Parade....
by Adam Steinberg
Huskies tryouts

Huskies aiming for second win in a row tomorrow night

Sports The Fort St. John Huskies will have an opportunity to move to within one game of the .500 mark as they'll take on the Beaverlodge Blades tomorrow night at the North Peace Arena. It's been a rocky start to the year for the Huskies as they have a record of 4-6-0, and are currently tied for fifth place in the NWJHL standings with the Sexsmith Vipers....
by Chase Charney
a map of the North Peace Regional LandFill.

Upgrades to the North Peace Regional Landfill

News The construction of a new landfill gas management system for the North Peace Regional Landfill is complete and will be fully operational December 1, says the Peace River Regional District....
by Adam Steinberg
Today's snowfall comes after yesterday's mild temperature.

The ups and downs of this week’s weather in Fort St. John

News Care and caution on the streets and highways is a travel pre-requisite again this morning as yesterday’s rain has been followed by early morning snow....
by Adam Steinberg
Right to left: Deputy Premier and Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman, Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation John Rustad, and President of the Nisga’a Nation Mitchell Stevens.

Nisga’a First Nation agrees to support LNG development

News The Nisga'a First Nation has signed a deal with the provincial government to receive benefits from proposed liquefied natural gas projects, and the band's chief says it has already picked four potential export terminal sites which could be served by a proposed natural gas pipeline....
by Adam Steinberg
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