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Wetlands in Williston and Dinosaur basins to be studied

Wetlands in Williston and Dinosaur basins to be studied

The Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, which compensates for impacts to fish, wildlife and their habitats affected by BC Hydro, has approved a new $175,000 project in the Peace.
Taylor homeowners caught in rezoning snafu seek refund

Taylor homeowners caught in rezoning snafu seek refund

The Taylor homeowners who found themselves in a difficult position after the district changed their property’s zoning last year will find out how much they’ll be reimbursed at a council meeting today.
PRRD says no to gas drilling in Blackfoot park

PRRD says no to gas drilling in Blackfoot park

Drilling rights up for sale at disposition
Pouce Coupe holds emergency meeting after death of CAO

Pouce Coupe holds emergency meeting after death of CAO

The Village of Pouce Coupe held an emergency meeting Thursday to plot a course following the death of Chief Administrative Officer Carol Bishop. Coun.
New academy aims to shake students' fear of math

New academy aims to shake students' fear of math

Sukrit Parmar is well known in Pouce Coupe as a retired teacher and former restaurateur. But the former owner of Curry Et Cetera has set her sights on a new endeavor. The Pouce Coupe Math Academy opened for business on Jan. 11.
Northern Lights College names new director of international education

Northern Lights College names new director of international education

Northern Lights College has appointed a new director of international education.
People's Choice voting now open for Alaska Highway theme song contest

People's Choice voting now open for Alaska Highway theme song contest

The judges have been named, the song submissions are all in and now it's time for you to vote for your choice in a contest to name a theme song for the Alaska Highway in time for its 75th Anniversary in 2017. A website: alaskahighwaysong.
This day in history: Jan. 14, 1993

This day in history: Jan. 14, 1993

Petition opposes serial killer board game A petition against a board game in which the player who killed the most babies was declared the winner was gaining steam in Fort St. John, the Alaska Highway News reported on this day in 1993.

Village of Pouce Coupe CAO dies

Village of Pouce Coupe Chief Administrative Officer Carol Bishop has died. The BC Coroners Service confirmed Bishop's death Wednesday.
Police seek distraught man's identity

Police seek distraught man's identity

Fort St. John RCMP are looking for help identifying a distraught man on the Taylor Bridge Tuesday night. Police say they received several calls about the man -- about 35 years old and wearing a blue hoodie and white shoes -- around 9:15 p.m.