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God of Carnage play puts parents under the microscope

God of Carnage play puts parents under the microscope

Stage North opens season with 2009 Tony Award winner on Sept. 22
Library lets you DIY with self checkout

Library lets you DIY with self checkout

There's a new machine at the Fort St. John Public Library pays out in literacy. The library unveiled a new self checkout station Sept. 8.
After day-long court hearing, it’s wait and see for Site C dam opponents

After day-long court hearing, it’s wait and see for Site C dam opponents

Three-judge federal court panel hears evidence against controversial hydroelectric project
No sign of Pimm at first court date on assault charge

No sign of Pimm at first court date on assault charge

Peace River North MLA will be arraigned Oct. 4
Peace Region court docket Sept. 1 - 9

Peace Region court docket Sept. 1 - 9

A summary of what happened in Peace Region courts between Sept. 1 - 9. Fort St. John: David James Campbell (born 1995) was sentenced to 12 days in jail, four years of probation, ordered to pay $785.
Emergency crews respond to suspected explosion at Encana water hub

Emergency crews respond to suspected explosion at Encana water hub

One worker injured, transported to hospital
MLA Pimm charged with assault

MLA Pimm charged with assault

Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm is scheduled to appear in Dawson Creek provincial court on Tuesday to face an assault charge. According to court records, the alleged offence took place on Saturday, Aug. 13, in Dawson Creek.
September land sale tops $2.7 million, largest sale so far in 2016

September land sale tops $2.7 million, largest sale so far in 2016

The B.C. government brought in $2.77 million at its September land sale this week, the highest at a single sale so far this year. The province has three months left in 2016 (three sales left) to evade the record low of $16.72 million set in 1982.
Northeast unemployment falls for fourth-straight month, but remains B.C.’s highest

Northeast unemployment falls for fourth-straight month, but remains B.C.’s highest

Northeast B.C.’s unemployment rate fell for the fourth month in a row in August, but the region continued to have the highest percentage of joblessness in British Columbia. The region registered an 8.
Cattlemen push RCMP to rehire a livestock cop

Cattlemen push RCMP to rehire a livestock cop

RCMP member with knowledge of livestock industry key amid rise in cattle thefts, association says
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