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Man killed on Alaska Highway after it's named one of B.C.'s deadliest roads

A 24-year-old man died Wednesday in a vehicle collision at Mile 64 north of Fort St. John on the Alaska Highway, police said, just days after new data showed that the road is one of British Columbia's deadliest.
Fort St. John second in provincial population growth, Dawson Creek 10th

Fort St. John second in provincial population growth, Dawson Creek 10th

Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge have all seen an increase in population

Seniors housing facility in Fort Nelson needs $1.7M

They have the land. The walls are up. Now organizers of a supported living facility for Fort Nelson seniors are looking for help to finish the building that has been five years in the making.
Buddy Streeper: A big dog on the sled circuit

Buddy Streeper: A big dog on the sled circuit

People of the Northeast
Fort Nelson optimistic after Apache sale

Fort Nelson optimistic after Apache sale

Although no final investment decisions were made in B.C.
Fort Nelson resident builds 20-foot snowman

Fort Nelson resident builds 20-foot snowman

Fort Nelson may be small, but it’s got a big snowman. A resident there, Lukas Mertelik, single handedly built a 20-foot tall snowman there this winter.
Taking a stand

Taking a stand

Northern B.C. resident was amongst those arrested for protesting in Burnaby last week
Still no answers in fire at Fort Nelson Robin's Donuts

Still no answers in fire at Fort Nelson Robin's Donuts

The fire that decimated at the Robin's Donuts in Fort Nelson late last month is still under investigation, although the municipality’s fire department has closed the book on it for now.
Fort Nelson takes the health care conversation to residents

Fort Nelson takes the health care conversation to residents

So seriously, folks, what do you want health care to look like? That’s what Fort Nelson is asking its citizens.
Streeper wins third term as mayor

Streeper wins third term as mayor

For the third time, the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality has elected Bill Streeper to represent it as mayor, this time over his former council colleague, Kim Eglinski.