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Mother's Day graveside visit attracts comfort of strangers

Mother's Day graveside visit attracts comfort of strangers

Louise Holmes and her Mother’s Day tradition began after her mom died in 2009. Every year on the day she visits her grave at Prince George Cemetery to have a few quiet moments alone to rekindle memories of the times she spent with her mom.
Cougars stumble in loss to last-place Royals

Cougars stumble in loss to last-place Royals

Cats chasing their own tails in Kelowna, Victoria picks up first regulation win
Minor lacrosse hit hard by pandemic health rules

Minor lacrosse hit hard by pandemic health rules

Ban on competitions, team travel will remain in effect at least until May 25
P.G. Humane Society rises to  COVID challenge of finding homes for pets

P.G. Humane Society rises to COVID challenge of finding homes for pets

Donations still the lifeblood of local organization that connects people to animals
Eight arrested in drug house bust

Eight arrested in drug house bust

Police seized suspected fentanyl, meth, prescription drugs from Pioneer Avenue home
City's unemployment rate down in April

City's unemployment rate down in April

Prince George's unemployment rate is less than half the B.C. average.
Large subdivision proposed in St. Lawrence Heights

Large subdivision proposed in St. Lawrence Heights

A New Westminster-based developer is looking to create a subdivision with more than 200 lots in the area of St. Lawrence Heights.
West Fraser reports US$665M in earnings, $2.3 billion in sales as it acquires Norbord

West Fraser reports US$665M in earnings, $2.3 billion in sales as it acquires Norbord

CALGARY — West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. is reporting higher first-quarter sales and earnings on higher prices and production of lumber and building panels after completing its $4-billion all-stock takeover of Norbord Inc. on Feb. 1.
Sexual offender denied parole

Sexual offender denied parole

A man serving a sentence for sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Prince George has been denied parole.
B.C. woman gets blood clot from AstraZeneca vaccine

B.C. woman gets blood clot from AstraZeneca vaccine

A B.C. woman is the first person in the province to have developed a blood clot after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said on Thursday.