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Fred Jarvis: The 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' of mayors

Fred Jarvis: The 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' of mayors

People of the Peace
Fort Nelson has top graduation rate in Northeast B.C.; Fort St. John in bottom 5

Fort Nelson has top graduation rate in Northeast B.C.; Fort St. John in bottom 5

Nearly 100 per cent of students who started Grade 8 near Fort Nelson ended up with a high school diploma over a six year period, new data shows. But for other parts of Northeastern B.C.
Hunters set sights on new allocation

Hunters set sights on new allocation

Locals say new provincial regulations excessively favour outside hunters; meeting tonight at Calvin Kruk Centre to discuss proposed hunting allocation
Who said what? Best Quotes of 2014

Who said what? Best Quotes of 2014

Northerners, by and large, are good for a quote. Here are some of our favourite quotes that appeared in Alaska Highway News in 2014. Some of them cut right to the heart of an issue, while others are just plain funny.
Christmas tree disposal set for South, North Peace

Christmas tree disposal set for South, North Peace

UPDATE: Due to poor weather conditions, Fort St. John's Christmas Tree pick-up has been postponed to Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015 at 9 a.m. Volunteers in Fort St. John will be coming by Jan.
A magical visit to the Magic Kingdom

A magical visit to the Magic Kingdom

The first thing I noticed was all the music.
Pouce Coupe councillor resigns over disagreements with council decisions

Pouce Coupe councillor resigns over disagreements with council decisions

A village of Pouce Coupe councillor who earlier refused to be sworn in over a dispute with the mayor has resigned his seat.
Permits for development increase in the Peace

Permits for development increase in the Peace

Fort St. John and Dawson Creek’s building permits are doing better this year compared to 2013, according to new figures released by B.C. Stats. In Fort St. John, there were about $134.
Icy roads lead to collisions on Alaska Highway

Icy roads lead to collisions on Alaska Highway

Fort St. John RCMP are urging caution after two accidents occurred on the Alaska Highway on Wednesday evening and Tuesday morning.
Oil price plunge a blessing to some business sectors

Oil price plunge a blessing to some business sectors

CEOs and analysts say plunging oil prices will significantly affect business at a wide range of B.C. companies, although determining exactly who will benefit and who will be hurt is complicated.