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Medial Clinic closing walk-in to unattached patients

News The walk-in clinic at the ABC Medical Clinic is closing its doors to patients without family doctors come November 1....
by Adam Steinberg
The Fort St. John Senior Flyers defeated the Fort Nelson Yeti last night 6-2.

Third period the difference as Flyers top Yeti

Sports The Fort St. John Senior Flyers were in action last night for their first exhibition game of the season against the Fort Nelson Yeti. It was a strong opening performance for the Flyers as they controlled the majority of the game, and put things on ice in the third period with a 6-2 win....
by Chase Charney
Former Fort St. John Resident Jan Rooks and her husband Grant Tomlinson

Former Fort St. John resident died in Nepal Avalanche

News An experienced trekker, with a work history which dates back about three decades to Fort St. John is one of at least 29 people killed in this week's blizzard and avalanches in northern Nepal....
by Dwight Ford
Mayor Lantz (left), Premier Campbell and former Mayor Jim Eglinski (right) open the Pomeroy Sport Centre in 2010

Former Fort St. John Mayor now running to be MP

News We have Edmonton Journal confirmation that former Fort St. John Mayor Jim Eglinski will carry the Conservative banner in a federal by-election in Alberta.  The 65 year old retired RCMP officer will run in Yellowhead constituency, which stretches from west of Spruce Grove, all the way to the B.C. border....
by Dwight Ford
A family takes a moment to remember an infant gone too soon.

‘A Walk to Remember’ the little lives lost at Centennial Park

News Families from the Fort St. John community, most of whom have lost an infant to pregnancy complications, came together today at Centennial Park to commemorate the little lives lost as part of the local event ‘A Walk to Remember.’...
by Adam Steinberg
The Fort St. John Huskies got their first win of the year over the Fairview Flyers last night 6-5.

Huskies grind out 6-5 win over Fairview for first of season in home opener

Sports After a disappointing start to the season the Fort St. John Huskies had a tall task in front of them as they took on the Fairview Flyers. The Flyers entered the game hot out of the gate including an 8-5 win over Fort St. John last month but this time it was the Huskies putting one up in the win column as they edged Fairview 6-5....
by Chase Charney
KOC Flyers

Knights of Columbus Flyers put up eight goals but lose to Grande Prairie

Sports The Fort St. John Knights of Columbus Flyers were on the ice last night for their second meeting of the year against the Grande Prairie Knights. The first game back in September ended 3-3, but last night's tilt was a high scoring affair as Grande Prairie took the win 9-8....
by Chase Charney

Medial Clinic closing walk-in to unattached patients

News The walk-in clinic at the ABC Medical Clinic is closing its doors to patients without family doctors come November 1....
by Adam Steinberg
Members of the NEBC Resource Municipality Coalition during its official launch at the Pomeroy Hotel on September 8, 2014.

NEBC coalition hosting first meeting next week

News The Mayors’ Partnership group of the NEBC Resource Municipality Coalition is hosting their first open-door meeting, which will feature several presentations from key groups and agencies that have committed to working collaboratively with the coalition....
by Adam Steinberg

Army Cadet Annual Harvest Dinner

Blog  Army Cadet Annual Harvest Dinner will be held on October 25th at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. Doors open at 5:00 PM. Tickets are only $20 for adults, 10 for youth, and a family (up to 5) is ONLY $50! Tickets available at the Legion. All funds raised go to...
by moosefm
RCMP Vehicle

RCMP provide winter driving tips

News With weather conditions changing in and around Fort St. John, Fort St. John RCMP is advising a number of suggestions for drivers on area roads as conditions deteriorate....
by Chase Charney

North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre Baby Bottle Fundraiser

BlogBeginning this Sunday,  October 19th – Sunday, December 4 the North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre will be conducting our annual Baby Bottle fundraiser.  To participate you can pick up a baby bottle at MasterPeace Framing at 9422-100 St., Playtime Toys at 10108-100 St., or your local church here in Ft....
by North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre
The Passive House has a variety of energy-efficient elements.

The city finds tenant for Passive House

News The City of Fort St John has decided on the best candidate to live in the Passive House project on an approximate one year term once construction is completed, slated for December 1, 2014....
by Adam Steinberg
North Peace Leisure Pool

North Peace Leisure Pool closed next week

News As a result of the leak detected in the wave pool at the North Peace Leisure Pool, the entire facility will be closed on October 22 at 12:00 p.m. as the Canadian Leak Detection looks to source the location of the leak....
by Adam Steinberg
Environment Canada has issued a weather warning.

Freezing rain warning issued for Fort Nelson

Updated 2 days 12 hours ago.

News Environment Canada is warning that freezing rain is expected to fall in the Fort Nelson region....
by Adam Steinberg
The Fort St. John International Air Show in 2013.

Fort St. John Air Show asks for funding from City Council

News During this week’s City Council meeting, the producer of Fort St. John’s International Air Show, Darlene Hamre presented her case for sponsorship from the City of Fort St. John....
by Adam Steinberg
Cranston NPSS

Dana Cranston to have banner raised to NPSS ceiling

Sports North Peace Secondary School is bestowing one of the top honours that can be given to a former student athlete. Dana Cranston was on hand for the start of the school's home volleyball tournament and will have a banner with her name and number pinned high near the ceiling of the gymnasium....
by Chase Charney
NPSS Girls volleyball

NPSS senior girls volleyball team open home tournament with a win

Sports The North Peace Secondary School is hosting a volleyball tournament for high school teams in the region today and tomorrow, and the Ooks got things started off on the right foot in their first game. The senior girls squad defeated Peace River 2-0 (25-9, 26-24) and came back from a 24-21 deficit to take the second game....
by Chase Charney
highway lines

Highway 97 one of main roads for wildlife interaction

News Recent information from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has revealed that Highway 97 between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John ranks in the top ten list of highway corridors where the greatest number of wildlife collisions occurs....
by Adam Steinberg
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