Thursday April 24, 2014


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  • UPDATED: Police investigate alleged threats at school

    Fort St. John RCMP were called to North Peace Secondary School on Thursday morning about a student allegedly uttering threats, according to an RCMP spokeswoman.
    However, the school district's assistant superintendent, Stephen Petrucci, said the incident was "a false alarm."

  • Fort Nelson has a ball with chair yoga

    Lisa Hogg's chair yoga class has never been more popular. The class is offered as part of the recreation program at the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality Rec Centre.
    The interest in yoga in Fort Nelson is part of a wider trend in British Columbia that has people placing a higher emphasis on...

  • Community literacy programs face cuts

    This time next year, there could be some major changes to community literacy programming in Dawson Creek.
    A half-million-dollar funding cut from community-based literacy programs in 2013-2014 and currently no funding under the 2014-2015 budget could create major barriers for programming run...

Local News

Teachers take action

Northeastern B.C. school districts are asking parents to not drop off their kids more than 15...

PARTY is no teen picnic

Sometimes all people need is a reality check.
Grade 10 students were...

Gas, roads and earthquakes

Representatives from some of the biggest oil and gas companies, as well as some government agencies,...

Tumbler Ridge to host delegation of UN geologists

Tumbler Ridge is one step closer to having its fossils, caves and waterfalls designated a site...

Cuts coming to Step Up N Ride

Cuts are coming to Step Up N Ride.   
The director of Dawson...

Local Sports

Opportunity of a lifetime

With a big smile on her face, Erica Schulenburg beamed about the opportunity set before her.

The buck starts here

The Daryl Mills PBR invitational gets underway on Friday, April 18 at the North Peace Arena and is...

Local gymnast heading for Westerns

After fifteen-year-old Jaston Stockall finished 11th in 2013 the provincial championships, she was...

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...


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