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Speeding driver claiming to be Jesus busted near Tetsa River

Speeding driver claiming to be Jesus busted near Tetsa River

Just ahead of the holidays, BC Highway Patrol in Fort Nelson recently apprehended an Alberta man who purported to be Jesus after being stopped for excessive speeding near Tetsa River.
Indigenous papal visit postponed to 2022 amid COVID-19 concerns

Indigenous papal visit postponed to 2022 amid COVID-19 concerns

Delegation includes representation from Northeast B.C.
Fort Nelson physicians join Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice

Fort Nelson physicians join Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice

The physician group of Fort Nelson is pleased to announce they have joined the Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice, as the next step in realizing their vision of creating locally relevant, innovative, accessible, and sustainable health servi
Former Senator Richard Neufeld receives Freedom of the City

Former Senator Richard Neufeld receives Freedom of the City

Hard work, luck, and pushing through on tough issues led to 40-year success in politics
Taylor Behn-Tsakoza joins delegation to Vatican City

Taylor Behn-Tsakoza joins delegation to Vatican City

Taylor Behn-Tsakoza of the Fort Nelson First Nation will be among 13 First Nation delegates who will travel to Vatican City in December to meet with His Holiness Pope Francis.
Northern Rockies mourn loss of local icon Mike Irwin

Northern Rockies mourn loss of local icon Mike Irwin

Irwin ran marathons to raise charity funds for the BC Lung Association
Canfor closes Fort Nelson tenure transfer

Canfor closes Fort Nelson tenure transfer

Announcement Tuesday follows provincial approval in August
Search on for wayward horse missing near Pink Mountain

Search on for wayward horse missing near Pink Mountain

The search is on for a horse gone missing during a hunting trip this past September in Pink Mountain.
Expanded 911 service proposed for Alaska Highway

Expanded 911 service proposed for Alaska Highway

Northern Rockies seeks provincial support to fund five emergency call boxes
B.C. food bank gets 300 pounds of confiscated moose meat after seizure

B.C. food bank gets 300 pounds of confiscated moose meat after seizure

The meat was donated to the Archway Food Bank in Abbotsford.