Tuesday April 15, 2014


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  • Moberly vs. the mine

    The B.C. Supreme Court recently finished a hearing over a proposed $1 billion coal mine near Chetwynd that the West Moberly First Nations said they were inadequately consulted about.
    The Ministry of Energy and Mines issued permits last summer to Canadian Kailuan Dehua Mines (CKD), a Chinese-...

  • Pool hall owner gets reprieve

    Dawson Creek City Council has agreed to work with the owner of a local pool hall whose business licence was suspended after an RCMP investigation reportedly found evidence that the property was used to traffic drugs.
    Council decided at its April 14 meeting that the city business licence inspector ...

  • Police search for pepper spray suspects

    About 20 youths were allegedly pepper sprayed by about four to five masked males last Saturday, according to the RCMP. However, police say there were no serious injuries.
    Fort St. John RCMP said in a statement that at around 2 a.m. last Saturday, officers were called to a gravel pit south of the...

Local News

Braeden Marshal rocks the Peace

The Fort St. John Kin Club hosted their annual "RocKIN the Peace" concert contest last Saturday...

Alice in Chains plays Encana on August 11

Perhaps another famed guitar will be added to the walls of the Encana Events Centre’s back...

The B.C. Conservation Officer Service has confirmed that they received a video on March 31, showing ...

Adding a little more Hope

It was a warm moment on a cold, snowy day last week as the Salvation Army officially opened...

Pimm out as ag minister

It was announced on Friday that North Peace MLA Pat Pimm would be removed as Agriculture Minister,...

Local Sports

Sr. boys B-ball has stellar season

Coach Mike Redford of the North Peace Secondary School (NPSS) senior boys basketball team...

Olympic-sized welcome

When Denny Morrison returned from a trip to Japan as a young speed skater in 2003 he dreamed that...

DC dancers have the right moves

At the Artist Emerge Hip Hop Dance competition in Edmonton on the weekend of March 17, the dancers...

Curlers united

There is very little curling convention involved in the unique journey that fifteen-year-old Fort...

Bringing home the banner

They knew they could do it.
Even after losing a round robin game to a team...


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