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  • This photo does not depict the actual stolen skid steer, but is a similar model.
    RCMP ask for help locating stolen skid steer

    FORT ST. JOHN – A 2013 yellow and black John Deere skid steer was stolen from the Charlie Lake area, and the RCMP is asking for the public’s help locating...

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  • FSJ medical clinic
    Concerned Citizens for Health Care start petition with 1,200+ signatures

    FORT ST. JOHN – A health care petition calling for urgent action to alleviate the medical professional staffing crisis in Fort St. John that was initiated on Mon., Aug....

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  • Fort St. John Mayor Lori Ackerman played an active role in the discussion on work camps at the Peace River Regional District meeting in Fort St. John on Thurs., August 21.
    PRRD looks into charging a bed tax at work camps

    FORT ST. JOHN – The future of work camps could mean operators pay a bed tax for regional services, but challenges of unco-ordinated regulatory agencies means realizing that goal...

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  • Mayor Lori Ackerman about to get soaked in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
    Mayor Ackerman gets a drenching for ALS

    FORT ST. JOHN – It was a chilly afternoon on Tues., Aug. 19, but especially so for Mayor Lori Ackerman, who accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and got...

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  • Day Roberts requests the City’s help in finding the Legion a new home.
    D.C. Legion on the hunt for another home

    DAWSON CREEK – The Dawson Creek branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has called the city’s curling club home for the last eight months, but they are currently looking...

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    LNG facility given greenlight by council

    DAWSON CREEK – AltaGas is moving forward with their plans to build several small-scale liquefied natural gas facilities throughout the province; Dawson Creek city council approved the development permit...

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  • Brooke Clasby, regional project manager for the Ministry of Transportation, explains the intersection improvements at an open house on Aug. 5th at the Taylor Community Hall, along with Charlotte McLeod, District of Taylor administrator.
    Taylor open house focuses on pedestrian safety

    TAYLOR – Approximately 25 people attended an open house about upgrades to the intersection of Pine Avenue and Highway 97 at Taylor Community Hall on Tues., Aug. 5. The...

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  • JohannaKunz
    Kunz first to throw name into D.C. election ring

    DAWSON CREEK – Candidate applications for November’s local election will soon become available to those vying for a position on city councils across the province, but one Dawson Creek...

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  • Skate Park
    Volunteers needed for greening Rotary Skatepark

    FORT ST. JOHN – Thanks to grant funding, the City of Fort St. John is looking to beautify Rotary Skatepark and is calling on volunteers to help plant trees...

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    Dawson Creek council briefs: Aug. 18

    Council lends support to Seniors Hall  The South Peace Senior’s Association will get council’s support in their endeavour to refinish the floor at the Seniors’ Hall. Council has agreed...

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