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Miworth residents to further consider gravel pit proposal

A third public hearing meeting will be held on whether to allow a gravel pit to open up in Miworth. Fraser-Fort George Regional District electoral area C director Lara Beckett made the decision to hold an additional meeting on Feb.

Avalanche warning issued

The Canadian Avalanche Centre has issued a special avalanche warning for B.C. Interior mountains.
Music store opens new downtown building

Music store opens new downtown building

When B&B Music burned down in Sept. 2006 the owner was ready to build it all again the next day.

Industry postpones gas leak meeting, but local residents hold their own

Following each of the six EnCana pipeline bombings, politicians and EnCana managers have stood united and told the world that their ears are open to all gas activity concerns.

Pets are people too

Most people in Prince George live in homes with yards. However there are those who live in multi-family dwellings with restricted access to the use of a yard for their pets.

Events planned for francophone winter festival

Le Cercle des Canadiens Francais of Prince George invites the community to participate in more than a dozen activities spotlighted during its week-long winter festival. -- A local Francophone artists exhibit is on now through Feb.
Tug of war is brewing on downtown revival

Tug of war is brewing on downtown revival

A scaled-back proposal to revive Downtown Prince George is about to go through a 30-day counter-petition process and there are definitely those for and against the idea.

Romeo, we know where for art thou

Hey Romeo is 'searchin' for you' to be in the audience as they open for Deric Ruttan on Monday. The Edmonton-based country band's show at the North Peace Cultural Centre is a sneak peek of their forthcoming album, to be released this summer.

Olympic flame in Prince George

The Torch Relay will go through Prince George Jan. 29. Residents can share the spirit of the games and cheer on local torchbearers from the community.

Health circuit to assess kindergarten students

More than 1,000 kindergarten students in Prince George are expected to attend the annual Health Day Circuit.