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Native plant nursery going green

Native plant nursery going green

A plant nursery producing plants native to areas where development has taken place for the purpose of reclaiming the land just got a little greener.
Grandson of W.A.C. Bennett appointed to Hydro board

Grandson of W.A.C. Bennett appointed to Hydro board

The grandson of W.A.C. Bennett, after whom the dam near Hudson’s Hope is named, has been named the new chair of BC Hydro's board of directors.
Operations halted at McMahon Plant after power failure leads to fire scare Tuesday night

Operations halted at McMahon Plant after power failure leads to fire scare Tuesday night

There was a fire scare at Spectra Energy's McMahon Plant in Taylor on Tuesday night, when large flames were seen billowing from the plant’s flare pits, causing alarm among residents and passersby. It was about 7 p.m.
Tumbler Ridge man enters federal election race

Tumbler Ridge man enters federal election race

Another candidate has thrown his hat into the local federal election race. Barry Blackman, a Tumbler Ridge resident, will run for the Progressive Canadian Party in the Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies riding.
RCMP seek witnesses in Taylor murder

RCMP seek witnesses in Taylor murder

Fort St. John RCMP are continuing to look for information about the murder of Kirk Morin. On Sept. 6 at around 11:40 p.m., Morin was found dead near Cherry Avenue.
This day in history: Sept. 29, 2000

This day in history: Sept. 29, 2000

LOCAL PHYSICIANS ON STRIKE REJECT REGIONAL OFFER Local doctors held out on the picket lines after rejecting the Ministry of Health’s latest regional offer for something better, the Alaska Highway News reported on this day in history.
UNBC, students partner up to sponsor Syrian refugees

UNBC, students partner up to sponsor Syrian refugees

The University of Northern British Columbia and its students are stepping up to support Syrian refugees.
NLC debuts new trades bursary

NLC debuts new trades bursary

College seeking donors to fund award
Stolen election signs spark complaints to police

Stolen election signs spark complaints to police

The federal election sign wars are turning dirty.
Kelly Clarkson cancels Canadian and U.K. tour dates

Kelly Clarkson cancels Canadian and U.K. tour dates

Grammy award winner and former American Idol Kelly Clarkson announced today that she is cancelling the remainder of her U.K. and Canadian tour dates, including a stop in Dawson Creek October 15, due to voice strain.