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    Potential candidates in municipal election can learn how it’s done at Candidate 101, an information workshop

    FORT ST. JOHN – Potential candidates in the upcoming municipal election can learn what’s involved at Candidate 101, an information workshop at City Hall Council Chambers on Tues., Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. The information meeting will...

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  • Jean Leahy, chairperson of the organization Save Our Northern Seniors, speaks to the crisis situation at the Fort St. John Seniors’ Hall on Weds., Sept. 17.
    Residents share solutions for health care crisis

    FORT ST. JOHN – Hundreds of people attended the Concerned Citizens for Health Care public forum on Weds., Sept. 17, at the Seniors’ Hall in Fort St. John, where a diversity of voices chimed in on how...

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  • The NEBC Resource Municipalities Coalition made a submission to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services on Weds., Sept. 17.
    NEBC Coalition presents to gov’t committee

    FORT ST. JOHN – The newly launched Northeast B.C. Resource Municipalities Coalition made its first formal presentation to a government committee on Weds., Sept. 17, at the Fort St. John Quality Inn. Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead...

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    Sundial dedicated during Peace ceremony

    DAWSON CREEK – Dawson Creek’s Peace Park served as the backdrop for Sept. 21’s International Day of Peace celebrations, with many groups and individuals present to support the promotion of peace. The Walk for Peace was hosted...

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  • Directors hope that BC Hydro will put a new boat launch in at Blackfoot/Clayhurst Regional Park.
    PRRD makes moves on recreation master plan

    DAWSON CREEK – Regional outdoor recreation was highlighted during the Peace River Regional District Board meeting on Sept. 18, with directors making moves on parks, trails, and boat launches. Stemming from the Regional Parks and Trails Master...

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    Pastor rides for orphans from Alaska to Guadalajara, Mexico

    FORT ST. JOHN – Len Crow is anything but an average man. The pastor, from Orillia, Ontario, is riding horseback from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to Guadalajara, Mexico, to raise money for five orphanages in five different countries....

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  • While her brother sits in the fire truck, Lilly Fogarty, 3, tests her strength by trying to pull the truck all by herself.
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    Fort Nelson artist wins award for debut CD

    FORT NELSON – A couple of short months after returning home from touring Canada, emerging artist Jasmine Netsena won best folk/acoustic CD at the Aboriginal Peoples’ Choice Music Awards on Fri., Sept. 12. Netsena, from Fort Nelson,...

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    New disc golf club swings for council support

    DAWSON CREEK – A new club has swung into the city, seeking support from City council. The Dawson Creek Disc Golf Club has officially become a society, attracting over 20 members since their creation in July. President...

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    City seeks watershed designation

    DAWSON CREEK – The watershed that serves as the city’s drinking water is not officially designated as such, and council is prepared to advocate for delegating it as one during their time at the Union of B.C....

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