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1/27/2015

Dawson Creek Accident Causes Intersection Disruption

Repairs are in order for a set of traffic lights at one of Dawson Creek's major intersections. Dawson Creek Sergeant Ed Reinink says the disturbance at 17th Street and Alaska Ave was caused by an vehicle accident on Sunday, Jan. 25. At about 8:30 [Sunday] morning, we responded to a complaint ... Read more...
1/27/2015

Dawson Creek Laundry Thief at it Again

Dawson Creek's "Laundry Room Thief" is at it again and authorities are looking for your help identifying the suspect. CJDC-TV first broadcasted the story on Jan. 15, when a male who was described as wearing a black ball cap, grey hoodie, black jacket, blue jeans, white sneakers and carrying a ... Read more...
1/27/2015

Junior hunters recognized during Kids Appreciation Day

The North Peace Rod and Gun Club hosted their annual Kids Appreciation Day and Kids Celebration of Hunting on January 24th at their clubhouse. The day featured trap shooting, kids pistol shooting, indoor target practice and an awards celebration for the season's top kills. "These animals have been scored," said ... Read more...
1/27/2015

Local program aims to help children deal with divorce

The Community Bridge is offering a six week program for children impacted by separation or divorce. BC has the fourth highest divorce rate in the country, but has shown a slight decrease over the last few years. Research shows nearly 25% of children may experience serious negative consequences as a ... Read more...
1/27/2015

TransCanada hiring consultants for Peace region pipeline projects

TransCanada local contract representative Scott Bone was the guest of honour at this month’s Fort St John Chamber of Commerce meeting. Bone, speaking in front of business leaders, was in town to talk about how the construction of two pipeline projects would benefit the Peace. TransCanada claims the projects will ... Read more...