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Two new air ambulances coming to Prince George

Two new air ambulances coming to Prince George

The planes feature state-of-the-art facilities for in-flight care
Kids help release white sturgeon into Nechako River

Kids help release white sturgeon into Nechako River

The Nechako White Sturgeon Conservation Centre event was held in Vanderhoof Friday
College of New Caledonia graduates step into a bright future

College of New Caledonia graduates step into a bright future

Carolyn Dawn Johnson and Clint Black Killin’ Time in PG this June

Carolyn Dawn Johnson and Clint Black Killin’ Time in PG this June

Kicking off next week on June 13 in Abbotsford, BC, Carolyn Dawn Johnson will be joining Clint Black on the Canadian leg of his 35th Anniversary of Killin’ Time Tour.
Drive-by shooter to begin statutory release in halfway house

Drive-by shooter to begin statutory release in halfway house

"Special condition" imposed on Kenneth Ricardo Munroe, serving time for October 2020 incident on Bellos Street
Prince George woman narrowly escapes after transport trailer hits bridge

Prince George woman narrowly escapes after transport trailer hits bridge

Foothills Boulevard had to be closed Saturday after the construction boom blocked the road
Spirit Bear and Children Make History exhibit celebrates diversity

Spirit Bear and Children Make History exhibit celebrates diversity

It's based on a popular character featured in books and films
Author George Takach to Speak on Cold War 2.0

Author George Takach to Speak on Cold War 2.0

On Thursday, June 13 2024 the Prince George Branch of the Canadian International Council will host author George Takach at the Black Clover (1165 Fifth Ave, Prince George) to talk about his new book, Cold War 2.0: Artificial Intelligence in the New Battle Between China, Russia and America. 
Throwback Thursday for June 6, 2024

Throwback Thursday for June 6, 2024

A look back at what made the news in decades past
Prince George Special Olympians lift their way to medal podium

Prince George Special Olympians lift their way to medal podium

Regional competition sets stage for provincial summer games to be hosted in city next year