Local man charged with cocaine trafficking

November 25, 2014

Police have charged a 19-year-old Fort St. John-area man with possession of cocaine, RCMP reported in a statement Tuesday. Daniel Arabe has been charged with possession ...

Northern Lights College thanks its donors

November 25, 2014

Northern Lights College took some time last week to thank the donors who helped, with scholarships and other assistance, students like Kristiana Bailey. The atrium at the...

More daycare spaces for Fort St. John

November 25, 2014

A new daycare space in Fort St. John could begin construction between now and January, according to a local nonprofit. The North East Native Advancing Society (NENAS) is ...

Canada Games torch lights up Northeast B.C.

November 24, 2014

“You’ll be shocked at how bright people are when they finish touching the torch,” Stu Ballantyne, the CEO of the 2015 Canada Winter Games, remarked on Saturday morning. ...

Streets packed for Santa Claus Parade

November 24, 2014

Faith in Christmas appears to be stronger than ever in Fort St. John, much stronger than faith in democracy. As more than one observer at Friday’s annual Santa Claus ...

Mile Zero Christmas Tree lights up the night

November 24, 2014

The tree that now sits in the centre of downtown Dawson Creek began its journey to Christmas stardom some 40 years ago in a lot on 118 Street. More than 100 people turned...

Karmen's Story: Living with a kidney disease

November 21, 2014

Karmen Linklater doesn’t remember feeling truly healthy. Karmen's father, Arron, said she was first diagnosed when she was 2. It was on a family outing that they realized...

Fire damages home in Dawson Creek

November 20, 2014

Fire officials believe a fire that damaged a Dawson Creek home likely started in a wood stove. Crews responded to a fire at the house, in the 9300 block of Ravine Drive, ...

Chris Hadfield to speak in Dawson Creek

November 20, 2014

Canada's most popular spaceman is coming to Dawson Creek. Chris Hadfield, a former commander of the International Space Station and David Bowie-covering YouTube celebrity...

Canada Games torch to pass through Northeast

November 20, 2014

The torch that will kick off the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George will soon make its way through the Peace. Thursday morning, the torch will pass through Pouce ...

Peace Region councillors upbeat about future

Streeper wins third term as mayor

Anger management recommended for SD 59 teacher

Provincals bound: part one

November 25, 2014

In her three years of coaching the senior boys volleyball team at NPSS, Diane Sandberg believes that this year might be the best offensive team she has coached. “This is ...

Not so Jolly night for Fort St. John Huskies

November 23, 2014

Jolly old Saint Nick was in town for the annual Santa Claus Parade on Friday night, but there was nothing jolly about the Fort St. John Huskies (4-7-0-0) performance the ...

A different way to represent Canada

November 21, 2014

Dr. Amanda Gammage has always taken a keen interest in the Olympics and the particular role health professionals play. The long time Fort St. John resident, who has been ...

Hannah: All packed, where's my ticket?

November 24, 2014

Hubby looked disturbed when I mentioned I have enough room left in my luggage to take along a roll of duct tape. I have some safety pins. I imagine security will grab those...

McEwan: “Just shoot me” is not a plan

November 23, 2014

The legalization of physician-assisted suicide is before the Supreme Court of Canada. According to a 2014 Dying with Dignity Ipsos-Reid Survey, 84 per cent of Canadians ...

Hendry: Learn some new words

November 21, 2014

Maybe there’s still hope for the English language after all. After last year’s slew of terrible words added to our lexicon against our will, such as “twerk” and “selfie”,...

Zwambag: A contemptuous village

November 20, 2014

Earlier this week, celebrity mom Charlize Theron had the embarrassing experience of having to justify her discipline techniques to a police officer after a nosy hiker ...

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Hunting on private property needs to stop

To the persons who surrendered their cats

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