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Carnival raises $3,800 for cancer society

Carnival raises $3,800 for cancer society

This year's Carnival of Hope raised $3,800 to support cancer services in the community. "It was a very busy weekend, everyone who was there had lots of fun," organizer Brenda Baumeister said. "We did very well.
Carnival of Hope raising funds for cancer supports this weekend

Carnival of Hope raising funds for cancer supports this weekend

Those looking for a fun time and great cause to support can find both in one place in Charlie Lake this weekend.
2016 wildfires spark review of Charlie Lake fire coverage

2016 wildfires spark review of Charlie Lake fire coverage

Firefighters also want ability to respond to vehicle rescues, medical calls
Syrian families reunited in Fort St. John

Syrian families reunited in Fort St. John

After a year of much anticipation, two Syrian refugee families have reunited in Fort St. John.
Ace Holes win Crystal Cup for the second year in a row

Ace Holes win Crystal Cup for the second year in a row

It almost looked like Mother Nature was going to ruin everything, but in the end, the sixth annual Crystal Cup Pond Hockey Challenge went on to have another successful year.
Pond hockey tournament around the corner

Pond hockey tournament around the corner

Three pond hockey tournaments will take place, Feb. 17 to 19, on Charlie Lake, just north of Fort St. John on the Alaska Highway. The Crystal Cup, the ladies’ Sapphire Cup and the over 40 masters’ Cole Cup, will be handed out to the best teams.
Charlie Lake talks continue Feb. 9

Charlie Lake talks continue Feb. 9

The Charlie Lake Conservation Society will hold a public meeting Feb. 9 to talk about the ecology and health of Charlie Lake.
The Year Ahead: Area C Director Brad Sperling

The Year Ahead: Area C Director Brad Sperling

Brad Sperling is a relative newcomer to the Peace River Regional District board, first elected in November 2014 to represent Electoral Area C. But he’s no stranger to the region, having lived in Charlie Lake for 10 years and Fort St.
Crystal Cup keeps pond hockey tradition alive

Crystal Cup keeps pond hockey tradition alive

Pond hockey evokes images of kids rushing home from school to lace up their skates, tape up their sticks, and drop a puck or road apple onto the nearest frozen body of water and start up a scratch game.
A new home for the holidays

A new home for the holidays

Syrian family adapting to new life in Canada