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Judy Kucharuk: This constant state of change

Judy Kucharuk: This constant state of change

“What have you learned over the past couple of years Judy?” “Well, I have definitely become more comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Watt's Irish dancers qualify for North American Championships at Western Canadian competition

Watt's Irish dancers qualify for North American Championships at Western Canadian competition

The Watt's School of Irish Dance had 15 Fort St. John dancers compete in Calgary, November 12 to 14, at the Western Canadian Irish Dance Qualifying Championships.
NPCC seeks camera volunteers

NPCC seeks camera volunteers

The North Peace Cultural Centre has a full slate of shows this Christmas season, and is looking for volunteer camera operatorss to help stream them live to audiences.
Some Coastal GasLink opponents, reporters released after hearings in Prince George court

Some Coastal GasLink opponents, reporters released after hearings in Prince George court

Bail hearings continue Tuesday
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to 15-week low

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to 15-week low

Hospitalizations fell by 21 since Friday, to 337 – the lowest number since early October.
COVID-19 death reported at Peace Villa

COVID-19 death reported at Peace Villa

No new cases identified since outbreak declared, says Northern Health
BC Winter Games — Zone 8 Badminton Trial results

BC Winter Games — Zone 8 Badminton Trial results

Here are the results from the BC Winter Games Zone 8 Badminton Trials.
My experience as 4-H Ambassador

My experience as 4-H Ambassador

I am Rheana Gilbert, and I represent 4-H in the Peace River Region as a 4-H BC Ambassador. I have just finished my first year as an Ambassador and wanted to share what I have learned with the community. 
NPSS Grizzlies Update: Senior girls win zones, advance to volleyball provincials

NPSS Grizzlies Update: Senior girls win zones, advance to volleyball provincials

On November 20, North Peace Secondary hosted the Senior AAA Boys Volleyball Zones and the Senior AAAA Girls Volleyball Zones. The Grizzlies teams competed against the Prince George Cougars on their road to provincials.
Huskies stay hot despite stretch of close games

Huskies stay hot despite stretch of close games

All season long, the Huskies have found a way to not just win but to dominate, regardless of the obstacles thrown at them.