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

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

BC government scraps lounge restrictions in restaurants

Ecole Central PAC president looking for solution to speeding drivers

North Peace Savings and Credit Union donates $17,000 to North Peace KidSport

One woman dies in Alaska Highway accident

New elementary school will create space for over 350 students

Alaska Highway re-opens after collision blocked traffic for hours

Flyers Hunt on verge of 100th win

Eleven Grande Prairie drug dealers charged

City contributing $2.5 million to new school gymnasium

Dawson Creek receives over $120,000 grant-in-lieu of property taxes

Flyers hosting Canucks tonight

Petroleum Association Flyers victorious over Dawson Creek, Spirit River

North Peace Gymnastics releases drop in schedule for December

Supreme Court petition launched by Blueberry River First Nation

Huskies looking for volunteers for Fill the Bus campaign

Upstream Update Forum starts tomorrow morning

BC Hydro responds to Peace Valley landowners letter regarding Site-C

UPDATED: Collision between logging truck and car closes Alaska Highway
Updated 5 hours 26 minutes ago.

North Peace Community Choir heads to New York City

Monday, November 23, 2015

Man charged following suspected drunk driving incident

Former Dawson Creek resident charged with numerous sexual offences

Another solid turnout for Skate with the Huskies

PHOTO GALLERY: Santa Claus Parade rolls through Fort St. John

BC Hydro donates $200,000 to Fort St. John Salvation Army

Shaw TV: Dawson Creek Explosion of `43

Talks to revive Softwood Lumber Agreement standing still

New homes being built on Fort Nelson First Nation

Education Minister Mike Bernier in town Tuesday

Saulteau First Nation signs agreement with Province

Atom AA Kin Club Flyers take first at 38th annual Lloyd Head Memorial tournament

Missing woman out of Grande Prairie expressed interest in travelling to Yukon

PJ Drive comes back to town for a third time

Trackers double up Peace River

Troyer Toy Drive returns for 12th year

Disturbed coming to Dawson Creek and the Encana Events Centre

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Huskies drop 5-1 decision to Fairview

Flyers improve to 5-0 with win over Manning

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Wind causing a few power outages in Fort St. John and Moberly Lake

Northwoods robbed earlier this month

Importance of systems and execution stressed as Huskies prepare for Fairview

Northern Metalic Flyers take top spot in division with win over Grande Prairie

Strong winds being experienced in Northeast B.C. and Alberta Peace
Updated 3 days 3 hours ago.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Woman accused of second-degree murder in Taylor death facing additional charges

Grande Prairie RCMP seeks witnesses in Wednesday night’s shooting

Province proposes increased moose-hunting to compensate for Site-C construction

Salvation Army starts accepting donations in annual kettle drive

City calls first week of recycling a success: almost 117,000 pounds collected

BC funds two programs to provide LNG skills training to Aboriginal workers

Montney Hall to host meeting on proposed wind farm next week

Fort St. John man wanted for numerous offences, including possession of cocaine