Alaska Highway News
February 17, 2017
Local and provincial education officials picked up their ceremonial gold shovels today and broke ground on the new Margaret "Ma" Murray Community School alongside...
February 16, 2017
Updated: February 16, 2017
February 15, 2017
It was a sold-out show Valentine’s Day as a jammed Pomeroy Hotel ballroom was transformed into...
It was a sweet affair for both bakers and tasters at the Fire and Ice: An Event in Chocolate. ...
The 43rd annual CDC Talent Show is just around the corner, and the Fort St. John Child ...
A cast of local women and men will tackle the not-so-pleasant topic of violence against women in ...
There were wild costumes and ball puns as far as the eye could see at the second annual High On ...
Using your upper body strength to not only get yourself moving, but to also score a goal is what ...
The Fort St. John Figure Skating Club had another successful competition weekend with an array of...
February 10, 2017
Desert racing has been luring away Peace region multi-class racers since 2015. Now, Mike Sieg is ...
There does not appear to be a human gene that programs us to know when we have achieved “enough.”...
I volunteer as tribute, but not really because I was obligated to show up. When a big thick ...
Last column looked at the importance of dental health for our pets, and how a pretty smile must ...
COFFEE CHAOS: Our first item proves news chewing can be a very disgusting business. A gourmet ...
My father insisted that we practice our handshake. He was concerned that his daughters would ...
This city does not want you. It will give you nothing. And it will not care when you have to ...
As concerned Peace River residents assembled at Watson’s Slough to commemorate World Wetlands Day...
February 8, 2017
Iencountered a colleague at our local airport recently. “Where are you off to?” she inquired. ...
February 1, 2017
(Re: ‘Butcher cleaves in the Mile Zero city,’ alaskahighwaynews.ca, Jan. 27) “Rick Cleaver, ...
(Re: ‘NRRM mayor buys Trump Tower unit,’ alaskahighwaynews.ca, Jan. 24) I feel compelled to ...
(Re: ‘When does Average Joe get a break on hydro?’ Alaska Highway News, Jan. 26) Let me take ...
(Re: ‘River meeting with police leaves many questions,’ Alaska Highway News, Jan. 12) ...
When Fort St. John realtor Aaron Braaten travelled recently to Palm Springs for a meeting with 227 of his colleagues, he was surprised to learn he was the only one among ...
February 2, 2017
When Garry Oker received a call from Fareed Momen, one of the owners of Fort St. John’s newest hotel, what was supposed to be a 15-minute coffee and chat about art turned ...
Northeast B.C.’s homegrown oil and gas service sector group is merging with a provincial construction lobby in a move leaders say will increase the profile and issues ...
January 30, 2017
Things are looking up for B.C.’s battered oilpatch.
February 9, 2017
The Peace Valley Environment Association held a protest at wetlands in the Peace River Valley last week in response to notice that logging was slated for the area. About ...
Opponents of the Site C dam have been dealt another blow in the courts.
Peace River Regional District directors are asking BC Hydro to hold off on logging a wetland until the Site C dam reservoir is set to be filled.
January 23, 2017
Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed a First Nations’ legal challenge against the Site C dam.
Heavy winds caused the 2017 High On Ice festival to wrap a little earlier than usual, but Fort St. John residents still had a great time at the park. Photos by Aleisha Hendry...
February 3, 2017
Photo highlights from around the Peace Region. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Matt Preprost Haley LaBoucane.
January 25, 2017
Photo highlights from around Fort St. John and area. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Matt Preprost, Haley LaBoucane.
December 16, 2016
Photo highlights from around the region. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Matt Preprost, Haley Laboucane
December 9, 2016
Photo highlights from around the region. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Matt Preprost
Photo highlights from around the region. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Matt Preprost, Haley Laboucane.
December 2, 2016
John Bergen and his team moved the old Bartlett Allen pioneer homestead house to the museum grounds in Fort St. John in the early morning hours of Friday, Dec. 2.
November 24, 2016
Photo highlights from around the community. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Matt Preprost, Haley Laboucane.
November 20, 2016
The Fort St. John Petroleum Association held its 56th Annual Oilmen's Bonspiel Nov. 16 to 19, 2016.
November 18, 2016
Hundreds gathered along 100 Street in Fort St. John to kick off the holiday season with the annual Santa Claus Parade. Aleisha Hendry Photos
November 11, 2016
A congregation of hundreds gathered at the Taylor community hall to mark Remembrance Day, and pay tribute to the thousands of men and women who have served Canada on the ...
Hundreds gathered to honour our veterans at the Fort St. John Royal Canadian Legion on Nov. 11, 2016. Photos by Aleisha Hendry
October 13, 2016
Photo highlights from this week's edition of the Alaska Highway News. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Byron Hackett, and Matt Preprost.
October 7, 2016
Photo highlights from around the region. Photos by Aleisha Hendry, Byron Hackett, Matt Preprost and Hayley Laboucane.
October 5, 2016
The wet, heavy snow that fall on Oct. 1, 2016 was perfect for making snowmen.
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