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Rachelle van Zanten releases new video

Rachelle van Zanten releases new video

Northern BC singer songwriter releases her latest video showcasing the best of BC
Students recognized in Legion's Remembrance contest

Students recognized in Legion's Remembrance contest

The three students who were recognized are Kaila Read from Heritage Elementary who place second in the province in the primary black and white poster category, Antonia Tannert from Westside Academy, winner of the intermediate poem category, and Michaela Stillwell of Westside Academy, winner of the senior essay category.
A Great North Christmas movie trailer offers snapshot of city locations used

A Great North Christmas movie trailer offers snapshot of city locations used

Film will be shown during the Christmas season on one of the major TV networks and will available on a streaming platform
Prince George Symphony Orchestra's production of Peter and the Wolf - IN PHOTOS

Prince George Symphony Orchestra's production of Peter and the Wolf - IN PHOTOS

PGSO records virtual performance of children's classic Peter and the Wolf
Virtual digital art competition calling all youth

Virtual digital art competition calling all youth

Looking for entries of digital art, paintings or illustrations the BC Youth Parliament is hosting an art competition geared for youth in BC.
Cariboo Rocks The North festival awaits removal of COVID clamp

Cariboo Rocks The North festival awaits removal of COVID clamp

Annual classic rock festival was growing in popularity before the pandemic hit
Huble Homestead releases latest children's book

Huble Homestead releases latest children's book

Ceepee and the Fish Camp is the latest book in the children's history series presented by Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Society.
Local photographer gets national recognition

Local photographer gets national recognition

Local photographer, Terrill Bodner, had four of her images selected to be exhibited in a national salon showcasing the best of Canadian professional photography. Outstanding images were selected by a judging panel of master photographers.
David James and Big River tribute to Johnny Cash goes virtual

David James and Big River tribute to Johnny Cash goes virtual

Prince George residents might remember David James and Big River as a Johnny Cash tribute band that would sell out the Treasure Cove lounge back in the day where people could gather together to enjoy live music.
New movie starts filming in PG in May

New movie starts filming in PG in May

The next in the series of movies shot in Prince George will begin production in May.