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Demolition completed

Demolition completed

The owner of a bad building in the Westgate area has beat the city to the punch.

HST talk

A symposium on the harmonized sales tax will be held this afternoon at UNBC in the Bentley Centre, rooms 7-170/172, 2 p.m. start.

A song of love

What could be more unique than sending a singing Valentine to someone special? Prince George residents have the opportunity to arrange for that thanks to the BeezNeez Quartet, a barbershop component of the White Spruce City Chorus chapter of the Swee

New pilot program to address HIV

A new program by the B.C. health ministry designed to seek out and treat those who are undiagnosed or untreated for HIV will begin shortly in both Prince George and Vancouver's downtown east side.

Third annual BRAVE graduation

More than 200 Heather Park middle school Grade 6 students will graduate from the RCMP BRAVE - Bully Resistance and Violence Education - program Thursday. The program was created in Prince George by Cpl.

Tokens of Caring

Sylvan Learning Centre in Prince George has kicked off a "Tokens of Caring" campaign to help the earthquake victims in Haiti where a 7.0 quake struck January 12.

$2100 for Jumpstart

When the UNBC commerce students raised $600 for Canadian Tire's national Jumpstart program, Canadian Tire added to it for a total donation of $2,100 for local member agencies.

Bomb threat at Olympic Torch Relay

The Vancouver Olympics have experienced their first disclosed bomb threat. It happened in Prince George on Friday night during the ceremonies marking the Olympic flame's arrival in B.C.'s northern capital. The public was unaware of any incident.

Quesnel budget cut

Quesnel city council is now looking at a 2.7-per-cent increase in the community's tax levy. An 11-per-cent hike, adding up to $1 million, had been in the works, but on Monday staff came back with a proposal to hold the jump at $325,000 over the $11.

Grow-op busted on Harold Drive

In what has become a comedy of successes, police in Prince George have located yet another major marijuana grow-op in the area.