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Beatton Community 4-H Club Report

Beatton Community 4-H Club Report

Beatton Community 4-H Club would like to inform you, that we will be starting back up in January and new recruits are welcome. We would also like people that participated last year to stay with us.
PRRD provides new funding to STARS

PRRD provides new funding to STARS

Air ambulance service to receive $510K over three years from regional district
Evan Saugstad: Hunting traditions and lifelong friends

Evan Saugstad: Hunting traditions and lifelong friends

Sometimes you wonder what else your bugle will bring in. A bear, wolves, a bull moose, or other hunters?
Area C election candidates set for a rematch

Area C election candidates set for a rematch

B.C. Supreme Court rules last month's invalid, by-election date to be set
Joel McKay: Housing policy shift requires Northern B.C. nuance

Joel McKay: Housing policy shift requires Northern B.C. nuance

Northern B.C. has long suffered from a housing supply shortage, but it would be a mistake to think the cause of that problem, and the solutions to it, are the same as the Lower Mainland’s.
NPSS soccer club Burnaby-bound

NPSS soccer club Burnaby-bound

Up to five games in three days for Grizzlies senior boys soccer squad
Fort Nelson man charged after police recover stolen weapons

Fort Nelson man charged after police recover stolen weapons

On Friday, Nov. 18, members of the Northern Rockies RCMP executed a search warrant at a residence in the 5500 block of 48th Street in Fort Nelson.
Fort St. John man hospitalized after rollover near Liard Hot Springs

Fort St. John man hospitalized after rollover near Liard Hot Springs

On Monday, Nov. 21, Northern Rockies RCMP received a report of a single vehicle roll over on the Alaska Highway near the Liard River Hot Springs. A northbound, pickup truck left the roadway, rolled down a steep embankment, and struck a tree.
What's B.C.'s risk when it comes to fracking-triggered earthquakes?

What's B.C.'s risk when it comes to fracking-triggered earthquakes?

After three November earthquakes were linked to a fracking operation in northeastern B.C., one scientist asks, is the region a 'loaded bullet' waiting to go off?
Northeast in need of paramedics

Northeast in need of paramedics

Community Futures hoping to bring in second training course in the new year
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