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Fort St. John's first baby of 2016 a boy

Fort St. John's first baby of 2016 a boy

Fort St. John's first baby of 2016 is a boy. Bohdan Rogers Stefiuk was born at the Fort St. John Hospital on Jan. 1 at 5:36 p.m., weighing eight pounds and nine ounces, Northern Health says. His parents are Kajsa and Adam Stefiuk of Fort St.
NEB hearings on Towerbirch pipeline to begin in spring

NEB hearings on Towerbirch pipeline to begin in spring

Energy regulator says it believes the project is "likely" to affect four species listed on Schedule 1 of the Species At Risk Act
Want to stay safe and healthy this winter? Here's how

Want to stay safe and healthy this winter? Here's how

Each winter there’s an influx of visits to hospital emergency rooms, and with New Year’s Eve upon us, Northern Health reminds the public to take care to avoid unnecessary disasters.
2015 Peace Country News Quiz

2015 Peace Country News Quiz

2015 was a big year for the Peace Region. Oil crashed, Site C started, and the region caught the attention of the global hacktivist group Anonymous. But how closely did you follow the headlines? Take our quiz to find out! View Survey
AHN's 25 most read stories of 2015

AHN's 25 most read stories of 2015

A police shooting outside a Site C open house. A big LNG announcement. A serial bank robber. And cheap airfare. Those were a few of our most-read stories at alaskahighwaynews.ca in 2015.
2015 Year In Review: July-December

2015 Year In Review: July-December

We continue our 2015 Year In Review today, guiding you through the top news stories from July to December.
2015 Year in Review: January-June

2015 Year in Review: January-June

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, though certainly for those working and making a living in the oil and gas industry, it was the latter. But while 2015 was a tough year for many, it was also filled with its bright spots.
Charlie Lake Church one step closer to sponsoring refugee family

Charlie Lake Church one step closer to sponsoring refugee family

Charlie Lake Community Church will spend the next few weeks filling out the paperwork necessary for sponsoring a Syrian refugee family.
Charlie Lake man allegedly beat police dog while fleeing arrest

Charlie Lake man allegedly beat police dog while fleeing arrest

A 32-year-old Charlie Lake man has been charged with assaulting a police officer after allegations from the RCMP that he kicked and punched a police service dog while fleeing arrest. The dog, named Azar, was unharmed, police say.
The Red Hat Walkers & The Christmas Caper

The Red Hat Walkers & The Christmas Caper

A Christmas mini-mystery by Ronnie Roberts