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Council promises to look into dangerous traffic

Chris Burke is fed-up with red-light-runners on Dawson Creek roads.
Sportsmen target Dawson Creek

Sportsmen target Dawson Creek

Outdoor enthusiasts from British Columbia, Alberta and parts abroad took in the annual Dawson Creek Sportsman's Club Gun Show at the Dawson Creek Curling Club over the weekend.

Anti-HST movement gathering momentum

A growing number of Peace River South citizens are joining the battle that could spell the end of the Harmonized Sales Tax, (HST) or even the end of the BC Liberal's reign as majority leaders.

Entrance awards available to NLC students

The Audrey Clark Memorial Bursary, valued at $5,000, is available to a single parent entering full-time studies at Northern Lights College in Applied Business Technology or Business Management. Financial need may be considered.
Less flare and better air

Less flare and better air

The will of the people was heeded Thursday, as the provincial government announced increased regulations for oil and gas extraction and increased monitoring.

Slow down, watch out

Community speed watch program still looking for volunteers

Planning for safety with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Plan.Farm.Safety is the theme of the three-year Canadian Agricultural Safety campaign starting in 2010. Each aspect of the theme will be promoted over the next three years.

Farm safety template released

A farm safety and health plan template is now available through the Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives department in Manitoba. The template can be customized to individual farms.

Glass recycling returns to region

The Eco-Depot Recycling Centre (EDRC) has devised a plan to fill children's sandboxes with glass.

Curbside recycling doing well: manager

The Eco-Depot Recycling Centre (EDRC) has taken the lead over Dawson Creek Curbside Recycling (DCCR) in the 2010 Great Recycle Grab.