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    Mudslide results in water advisory

    LYNX CREEK AREA – Residents of the Lynx Creek area downstream of the confluence with Brenot Creek have been advised not to drink water from the creeks until further...

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  • Crowds gathered for the grand opening of the new Fort St. John Fire Hall on Thursday, September 11, bow their heads for a moment of silence to remember the 2001 tragedy in the United States, when a series of four co-ordinated terrorist attacks, launched by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda, killed nearly 3,000 people.
    Fire hall grand opening falls on 9/11

    FORT ST. JOHN – The grand opening of the Fort St. John Fire Hall was a day of mixed emotions for many, as it fell, by chance, on the...

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    D.C. votes no to Peace pipeline

    DAWSON CREEK – City council decided Monday that they will not proceed with building a pipeline to a new water source, opting instead for multiple projects, presented by Mayor...

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    Proper snow removal equipment coming to the North Peace Airport

    FORT ST. JOHN – Forget the old farm equipment that has been de-icing the runways and taxiways at the North Peace Regional Airport, government funding has come through for...

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    FSJ boundary extension gets final approval from Province

    FORT ST. JOHN – The City of Fort St. John is officially larger now than it was at the start of this month. On Mon., Sept. 8, the City...

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  • After the Centre’s opening, potters got to work right away.
    Arts classes start at new Calvin Kruk Centre

    DAWSON CREEK – Class may not currently be in session in public schools, but performing arts classes have started at the newly opened Calvin Kruk Centre for the Arts....

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  • International ambassadors learn about D.C.’s water reclamation facility.
    International ambassadors tour D.C. for LNG

    DAWSON CREEK – The Peace region’s natural resource sector, particularly natural gas, was highlighted to international ambassadors during a day trip to Dawson Creek on Sept. 9. The ambassadors...

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    Teachers vote 99.4 per cent in favour of binding arbitration

    FORT ST. JOHN – Teachers are again calling on the Province to accept their proposal to drop clause E80 and commit to binding arbitration after 99.4 per cent voted...

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Picketers outside North Peace Secondary School in Fort St. John on Weds., May 28.
    Community pulls through for teachers in need

    FORT ST. JOHN – Although teachers are holding strong for better classroom conditions and improved wages, many are now struggling to make ends meet, and having to rely on...

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    Furry friends get helping hand from D.C.

    DAWSON CREEK – Dawson Creek canines came out to support the B.C. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and their Paws for a Cause event, held Sept....

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