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Mammoth tooth discovered by seven-year-old to be displayed at Tumbler Ridge museum

Mammoth tooth discovered by seven-year-old to be displayed at Tumbler Ridge museum

This latest addition to the Peace Region Paleontology Research Centre adds context to the ice age in the Peace
Grizfest 2016 partial lineup announced

Grizfest 2016 partial lineup announced

Grizfest 2016 released part of its planned lineup Wednesday morning.
Arctic blast dumps record snowfall on Fort St. John

Arctic blast dumps record snowfall on Fort St. John

It was a snowy weekend in Fort St. John and there's a new record to prove it. According to Environment Canada, a total of 17 centimetres of the white stuff blanketed the city over the weekend, with a record 9.
This day in history: March 9, 1978

This day in history: March 9, 1978

FSJ MAN BRINGS BACK WORLD'S BIGGEST JADE Fort St. John prospector Karl Ebner hauled home a piece of jade measuring seven feet by eight feet, the Alaska Highway News reported on this day in 1978.
Arctic blast drops record snowfall

Arctic blast drops record snowfall

It was a snowy weekend in Fort St. John and there's a new record to prove it. According to Environment Canada, a total of 17 centimetres of the white stuff blanketed the city over the weekend, with a record 9.
As downturn drags on, domestic violence support services see 'spike' in demand

As downturn drags on, domestic violence support services see 'spike' in demand

Social workers in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek say they're seeing a "spike" in demand for domestic violence support services as families feel the strain of the economic downturn. Officials with Community Bridge in Fort St.
B.C. power sales to Alberta far from a done deal

B.C. power sales to Alberta far from a done deal

A plan to sell British Columbia power to Alberta with the help of $1 billion in federal government funding is gaining little interest in Canada’s energy province. B.C.
Court Docket: Feb. 29-March 4

Court Docket: Feb. 29-March 4

Here's what happened in Peace Region courts for the week ending March 4, 2016. There were no cases up for disposition in Fort Nelson, Chetwynd or Hudson’s Hope. Fort St.
Electric cars nothing to fear, even in the north: energy minister

Electric cars nothing to fear, even in the north: energy minister

Energy Minister Bill Bennett doesn’t think northern British Columbians should shy away from making the switch to electric cars. But, he admits the main drawback is the lack of charging station infrastructure.
Three seek to be next mayor of Pouce Coupe

Three seek to be next mayor of Pouce Coupe

Three candidates are looking to fill the vacant mayor's chair in the Village of Pouce Coupe. The village will hold a byelection for the seat Saturday, April 9. Ron Kelly, Tyler Randall and Lorraine Michetti have all put their names into the contest.