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Local Forest Fire Update

The Peace Region is still at a high risk for Forest fires, according to the Prince George Fire Centre. Although temperatures are cool, the ground is still dry and minimal heat is needed to quickly […]

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Found Travel Trailer

The Fort St. John RCMP are looking for you help in locating the owner of a travel trailer. The travel trailer was found on May 24th at the Rotary Park boat launch in Charlie Lake. […]

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Backcountry Break & Enter

Backcountry Sports was the target of a brash robbery early Sunday morning. At just before 4 am, suspects drove right through the front doors of the store, and continued to about half-way through the building. […]

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Cash for the Peace Country

The province is handing over more infrastructure funding to the Peace River Regional District. This year’s payment will total 26 and a half million dollars, to support infrastructure improvements and other important projects, as determined […]

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RCMP Roll Over Simulator

Beginning Monday, the RCMP North District Traffic roll-over simulator is set, to begin a two week tour of the North Peace. A 25 minute power point presentation is part of the program and when it’s […]

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Site-C Meetings Continue

BC Hydro, Site-C Dam, Project Definition Consultation meetings will continue next week. The first one is scheduled for Monday night, from 6 to 9pm in Dawson Creek, at the new Encana Centre. Others are set […]

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Upcoming NEAT Events

The Northern Environmental Action Team, Clean Air/Open Air concert, at the St. Luke’s United Church yard, celebrating Clean Air Day, is set for six o’clock tonight. St Lukes, the North Peace Savings and Credit Union, […]

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Truck Thief and Police Chase

There was a police pursuit incident in Fort St. John yesterday afternoon and, it ended with a suspect deciding he didn’t want to tangle with a police dog. The pursuit started shortly before one o’clock, […]

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Official Community Trail Opening

The city of Fort St. John will formally open its new walking trail systems tonight. The South Anneofield, East By-Pass Road and, North-west trails are the result, of the city accessing the 40 million dollar […]

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Northern Lights College Grads

A UBC professor will receive this year’s Honorary Associate of Arts Degree, during Fort St. John Campus Northern Lights College graduation ceremonies tomorrow. They’re scheduled to begin at 2pm at the North Peace Cultural Centre […]

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Hot Summer Expected

The top climatologist at Environment Canada is predicting a good summer for BC, with above average temperatures and near normal rainfall after June. Similar conditions are expected on the prairies and, the Canadian Federation of […]

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Clean Air Day

One day after unveiling a project to conserve and protect water supplies, the Campbell government announced a plan yesterday to improve BC air quality. It says 28 point five million dollars will be spent on […]

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Armbed Robber at Charlie Lake Store

The Fort St. John RCMP are looking for your assistance with an armed robbery that took place at the Charlie Lake Store. The robbery occurred last Thursday at approximately 11:35pm. When RCMP arrived they found […]

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Poweroutages

Yesterday’s electrical storm activity resulted in at least seventeen Northeast BC power outages. BC Hydro lists 12 of them in the Dawson Creek area, two each in the Fort St. John and, Fort Nelson areas […]

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Theft from Vehicles

Two youth suspects were arrested last night in the northwest sector of Fort St. John, for what the RCMP says was the theft of items from unlocked vehicles. The area is question is near CM […]

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Gas Prices continue to Rise

For the first time in more than two months, the national average price of a liter of gasoline fell last week, after reaching a record high, of a dollar 32, point six cents. According to […]

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Front Counter BC

ng program for small businesses in the province was launched yesterday, and it’s putting its classrooms in cyberspace. FrontCounter BC’s videoconferencing services will provide business training and development programs, in the form of virtual seminars […]