Pouce Coupe family calls for better highway safety

On September 15th, Kassy Bruggeman and Kelson Pritchard took their two young children out to run errands. While out they received a call advising them that a vehicle had left the highway at the top of the Pouce Coupe hill and ended up in their front yard. “Everything was ... Read more...

Mayor of Dawson Creek speaks out about cancer prognosis

It’s life changing news at any age, being diagnosed with cancer. It’s that’s exactly what Dawson Creek’s mayor, Dale Bumstead, was told just a few weeks ago. “You’re nervous, right? You’re nervous and anxious and you’re thinking, you’re pretty much sure you have it cause that’s the way your mind ... Read more...

Salvation Army to revamp Food Bank

With the holiday season among us, the Fort St. John Salvation Army is making some changes and asking the community for some support along the way.  The Food Bank hampers are low, and with the upcoming holiday season, the army says they're in need of more items for their ... Read more...

Students help mark Fire Prevention Week

Members from the Fort St. John Fire Department have been keeping busy this week, by touring around the city to mark Fire Prevention Week. This morning, the members were at Bert Ambrose Elementary School, to speak about fire safety. This year's theme is hear the beep while you sleep, ... Read more...

Site C job fair in Fort St. John

Hundreds of people hoping to work for Site C lined up today in Fort St. John’s Pomeroy Hotel. BC Hydro along with the BC Chamber of Commerce hosted a job fair for jobseekers to meet with contractors working on the eight year hydroelectric dam project. Spokesperson for BC Hydro, Mina ... Read more...