Thursday April 24, 2014



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  • Cuts coming to Step Up N Ride

    Cuts are coming to Step Up N Ride.   
    The director of Dawson Creek's non-profit bus service for seniors, disabled and special needs people says cutting service will be necessary after city council declined to increase the company's operating grant at its last meeting....

  • Fur trade talk planned

    The Fort St. John museum is hoping to ensnare local residents for a talk about the history’s fur trapping history this Friday.
    This kind of animal trapping has occurred for both survival and for the capture of furs for hundreds of years, according to Fort St. John North Peace Museum curator ...

  • Local News

    Rodeo days are back

    Rodeo days are back

    Seven national champions are lined up with a waiting list of other names looking to get into the first annual Spring Break Up Rodeo, in Dawson Creek on April 25 and 26 at the Encana Events Centre.
    "There’s seven events and there’s 24 people in each event and there are many Canadian...

Local News

Tumbler Ridge to host delegation of UN geologists

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

School district breaks with tradition in Rolla

One of School District 59’s longstanding rural school communities is taking a proactive...

A view on mental illness

Mental diseases are caused by adaptations to emotional or mental trauma that have overstayed their...

Ex-girlfriend describes substance abuse to court

Ryan Beaulieu's ex-girlfriend took the stand at the BC Supreme Court Wednesday, detailing for the...

Hoppin' around with the Easter Bunny

He lives in a hole, well, not so much a hole, but a house that looks like a hole when you look at...

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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