TJ’s Country Kitchen - Enjoy a home cooked meal on the Alaska Highway

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Enjoy a great meal to start your day or stop in for lunch and enjoy home cooked meals.  Located on the Alaska Highway next to Gaslink.  Open 6am to 2pm - Closed some Holidays.Click here to view their menu.

News & Sports

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Unemployment rate remains steady in September

Construction schedule for the Site C dam from Oct 12 to 25

Friday, October 9, 2015

Large power outages near Fort St. John and in Tumbler Ridge
Updated 1 hour 58 minutes ago.

Highway 97 closed near the Pine Pass
Updated 4 hours 39 minutes ago.

Fort St. John Women’s Resources Society taking back the night

Huskies needing billet for new player

Northern Health offering tips to keep Thanksgiving healthy and safe

Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs calls for local Conservative candidate to step down

Sixty six players to represent Canada at World U-17 Hockey Challenge

Man passes away after being struck by vehicle

Mock emergency exercise to be performed in Taylor Wednesday morning

Chamber of Commerce luncheon to focus on advantages of inclusive workplaces

Huskies not taking Vipers lightly heading into home opener

Petronas says it’s committed to Canadian LNG project

Clark hoping Canada-U-S Softwood Lumber Agreement continues

Thursday, October 8, 2015

New ticket packages announced for U-17 Hockey Challenge

Northern Lights College receives $300,000 grant for Dawson Creek Campus

Zimmer responds to backlash from MMIW comment: “I’m deeply committed to the issue.”

Boys volleyball team take seventh in Whitecourt

Senior girls volleyball team struggle at Whitecourt tournament

Rocky Horror Picture Show screening to raise money for Justice Society

“It’s just so disheartening” – Zimmer’s comments on MMIW draw criticism

Dawson Creek’s Memorial and Kin Arenas reopening on Tuesday

Flyers training camp underway

Students in free for Huskies home opener tomorrow

Search continues for missing man last seen in Grande Prairie

Murray River Coal construction to begin after receiving needed approvals

Sold property figures down in Fort St. John as prices continue to climb

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Advance Voting starts on Friday

Big crowd comes out for #PeaceDebates at The Lido

Low LNG prices could delay Petronas project to next decade, analysts say

Fundraisers set up to help local boy with cancer

Case of accused terrorist adjourned to November

Grande Prairie RCMP looking for suspect in armed robbery on Monday

Grande Prairie RCMP investigate armed robbery at Jackpot Grill

Shaw TV: Twin Peaks Win WCMA

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Second round of #PeaceDebates will be at the Lido tonight

Northern Health seeking locum coverage for Fort St. John surgeons

Fort St. John is getting greener with Waste Reduction Week and recycling collection coming up

$860 million sunrise gas plant near Dawson Creek gets approval

Harvest likely to continue for October, despite rainfall

Site C and Northern Gateway projects face more backlash from protestors

Former Fort St. John woman awarded for brave rescue in Mexico

Northern BC-based fracking doc ‘Fractured Land’ wins Best BC Film at VIFF

Monday, October 5, 2015

Rotary District 5370 creates over 200,000 meals for developing nations

BC Women in Energy hosting information session tonight

Scott Walker to lead Team Canada White at U-17 Hockey Challenge

Tribe of One’s video with Ecole Central students makes waves online

Northern Metalic Flyers hammer Peace River 10-1

Midget Petroleum Flyers split weekend exhibition games