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Tse’K’wa film makes debut

Tse’K’wa film makes debut

The Tse’K’wa cave at Charlie Lake is the first and only national historic site in Northeast B.C.
Change in Charlie Lake fire guard

Change in Charlie Lake fire guard

Jess Horsfield takes over deputy duties at volunteer fire hall
Wildfires behind smoky skies

Wildfires behind smoky skies

Conditions are expected to worsen in some areas by Wednesday
Following his childhood ambition

Following his childhood ambition

With back-to-back successful rides at this year’s Dawson Creek Stampede, Tyrel Roberts is starting to make his climb in the pro rodeo world.
Fort St. John educator passes

Fort St. John educator passes

Former teacher, principal, and vice-principal Ernie Reimer being fondly remembered
Healing gardens sown at Tse’k’wa

Healing gardens sown at Tse’k’wa

Indigenous plants brings community together at Charlie Lake cave 
Peace fire departments at the ready

Peace fire departments at the ready

Wildfire and FireSmart training keeping crews sharp 
Wednesday morning power outage; power fully restored

Wednesday morning power outage; power fully restored

Crews were able to fix the problem shortly before 7 am
Motorcyclist taken to hospital after morning crash near Charlie Lake

Motorcyclist taken to hospital after morning crash near Charlie Lake

Single-vehicle incident late Thursday morning; loose gravel considered as cause
Tse’K’wa cave field school underway

Tse’K’wa cave field school underway

The scientific potential of the Tse'K'wa cave is only just starting to be recognized said Simon Fraser University professor Dr. Jon Driver, returning for the first new research dig in 30 years.