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Bus simulator hits all the stops

Bus simulator hits all the stops

Bus driving isn't a best-selling video game yet, but Xbox and Playstation would take a back seat to the system local pro drivers got to play this week.

Police knock off two in one day.

Wednesday was a red flag day for marijuana growers in Prince George as the RCMP took down a second large grow operation in the 9400 block of Edna Road.

Mackenzie parents raise questions about school closure

Trustees fell short of saying they will back away from closing Mackenzie elementary school during a public consultation meeting on Thursday night, but gave one important assurance, according to Mackenzie mayor Stephanie Killam.
Is the time right for curbside recycling?

Is the time right for curbside recycling?

A citywide curbside recycling program will be studied this year, and if conditions are right, it is scheduled to be implemented in 2011.
Ric's Grill menu next for Vancouver

Ric's Grill menu next for Vancouver

Ric's Grill president Sal Gupta, 52, ordered a warm-beet salad, $12.95, and black cod, $27, at the Sandbar recently. Brother Sunny, 44, had scallop kebabs, $12.95, and a GI (for Granville Island) burger, $13.95.
UNBC professor earns excellence in teaching award

UNBC professor earns excellence in teaching award

A University of Northern British Columbia mathematics professor has earned an award for excellence in teaching.

Mackenzie parents raise questions about school closure

Trustees fell short of saying they will back away from closing Mackenzie elementary school during a public consultation meeting on Thursday night, but gave one important assurance, according to Mackenzie mayor Stephanie Killam.

"Jobs and growth" budget delivered

The federal government "found that balance Canadians were telling us about over the last few months" in delivering its budget in the House of Commons, Prince George-Peace River Jay Hill said Thursday.

City preventing wildfires

Protecting the city core from wildfire takes ongoing efforts on the forested fringes of the city.

From axe-handle to hammer.

Prince George RCMP have arrested the man who assaulted another male with an axe handle on March 1 in a residence on Upland Street. The 40-year-old, who has 53 previous criminal convictions, was arrested Wednesday at about 9 p.m.