Thursday July 24, 2014


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  • The footsteps heard 'round the world

    It would have been a terrifying sight for a leaf eater: not one, but three adult tyrannosaurs, moving purposefully in one direction.

    Fortunately for scientists, the gang of meat eaters took a romp through a patch of volcanic ash, preserving their tracks for as many as 72 million years.

  • A primary solution for FSJ

    This month, in response to the doctor shortage that is plaguing the city, an unattached patient clinic opened last Monday in the Fort St. John Medical Clinic.

    The clinic is staffed with a locum physician until the full-time doctor arrives in Fort St. John in August. They are supported by a...

  • Evacuation alert lifted for Hudson's Hope

    The District of Hudson's Hope has lifted an evacuation alert in place since July 16, when a 10,000-plus-hectare wildfire menaced the town.

    In a release, Hudson's Hope announced the Wildfire Management Branch had deemed the Mount McAllister wildfire was no longer a threat to lives and property ...

Local News

Jonathan Bruce's family searches for answers

A grandmother continues to look for answers after what would have been her grandson’s 17th...

Retired teachers give kids a taste of classes past

Leading a group of Kindergarten and Grade 1 students into the Pouce Coupe Central School –...

NLC, teachers reach agreement

The union that represents faculty at Northern Lights College has reached a "modest" collective...

The last stop for Texas cyclists

A group of 26 cyclists blew through town this past weekend on Day 50 of a 70-day cycling journey...

Farmers markets could have a reason to cheer

Those who enjoy beer, wine and cider could have a new place to shop, as changes to British...

Local Sports

Representing B.C. at North American Indigenious Games

500 athletes from across B.C. marched into Regina’s Mosaic Stadium on Monday this week and...

Eggers wins Lone Wolf Classic

As Rory McIIroy wrapped up his first British Open Championship and his third career major before...

Huge turnout highlights Doig River Rodeo

Judging from the fan filled grandstands and jam packed concession area one would never have guessed ...

Drag Racers heat up track at Northern Lights Speedway

More than 150 racers flooded the gates at the Northern Lights Speedway this past weekend for the...

Down to the wire at Taylor Speedway

It came down to the wire for the total points standings at the Taylor Speedway during the annual...


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