Wednesday April 16, 2014


Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.

  • Fire at Tremblay School

    A fire broke out in a recycle bin at Tremblay Elementary school Wednesday, school district staff have confirmed.
    School District 59 spokesperson Candace Clouthier told the Alaska Highway News that the fire was discovered around noon.  
    No one was injured....

  • Time to make the mukluks

    A partnership between Northern Lights College and the Nawican Friendship Centre in Dawson Creek is reviving traditions and building bridges between the organizations.
    The first session of a six-week course in mukluk making started at the college on April 3, comprised of students and clients of...

  • Gaming centre upgrade has pretty good Chances

    Chances had a great hand dealt to them at Monday's Fort St. John City Council meeting.
    All of the people who spoke at the meeting on Monday were in favour of the Crown agency's proposal to turn its Gaming Centre into a full-fledged casino through the addition of new card tables.

Local News

A slice of the gas

Peace Region business owners want to make sure they benefit from a proposed camp to house almost 2,...

Liquor laws still a headache for Encana Centre

Five years in, Dawson Creek's city-owned event centre seems to be going strong.

South Taylor Hill accident spurs lively discussion

Fort St. John City Council hopes to discuss the South Taylor Hill with the Ministry of...

Moberly vs. the mine

The B.C. Supreme Court recently finished a hearing over a proposed $1 billion coal mine near...

Pool hall owner gets reprieve

Dawson Creek City Council has agreed to work with the owner of a local pool hall whose business...

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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