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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 notice due to a mudslide. For residents upstream...

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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 13th anniversary of 9/11, a tragedy that took...

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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 Dale Bumstead, to ensure water security for residents....

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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 new snow removal machines. On Tues., Sept. 9,...

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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 received notification that the provincial government issued an...

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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. The Centre celebrated its official opening on Sept....

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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 from the Republic of Paraguay, Lebanon and the...

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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 in favour of it on Weds., Sept. 10....

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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 the generosity of strangers. The labour dispute that...

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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. 14. The annual event attracted animal lovers and...

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