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

Friday, March 27, 2015

Hudson’s Hope family and community heirlooms stolen from truck in Richmond

Province expands PNP Northeast Pilot Project for additional year

New restaurants join the Totem Mall

Flyers, Yeti to meet in rematch in Coy Cup semi finals

North Peace Leisure Pool closed for part of Easter long weekend

Early morning power outage scheduled for the weekend

Local elections expense limit public hearing cancelled

Local Salvation Army in need of volunteers and food

Another dismal crown petroleum and natural gas rights sale

Property of St. Martin’s Anglican Church sold

Future of B.C. Treaty Commission remains uncertain

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Flyers advance past round robin with victory over Powell River

Hockey camp teaching kids new skills at North Peace Arena

B.C. government releasing Northeast Oil and Gas Human Health Risk Assessment

Mega Lottery participants receive cheque from FSJ Rotary Club

Civil forfeiture grants supporting regional programs against violence

Girls Lace em Up hockey clinic to be held Saturday

Flyers to conclude round robin schedule against Powell River

Fort St. John Rotary Club recognized in House of Commons

Morning power outage in Fort St. John
Updated 1 day 11 hours ago.

B.C. government wants more electric cars on roads and highways

Liberal government making it easier to vote

Flyers rough up Yeti for first victory in Coy Cup tournament

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

B.C. amends LNG Income Tax Act for provision and clarification

Chocolate Festival at the NPCC

NEAT hosting second annual Earth Hour 5K Run/Walk

City Council supports Liquor Primary Licence for Original Joe’s

City Council approves 75 Street service project

Flyers to renew acquaintances with Fort Nelson

Driver trapped in car after colliding on Mile 126 of Alaska Highway