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Our apologies

Due to technical difficulties with the Prince George Citizen's press, the delivery of today's edition will be delayed. The Citizen apologizes to its readers, advertisers, support staff and carriers for this considerable inconvenience.

Report stuns counccil

Discrediting their own commissioned report is what Prince George city councillors find themselves in the position of doing. For the past three months, Nielson-Welch Consultants Inc.

Regional District's parks plan up for public review

The public has a chance to review the Fraser-Fort George Regional District's goals for its parks over the next 10 years before they're presented to the board of directors.

DBIA issues with the tax abatement report

- Lack of local content affects credibility: 1) It seems as though the consultants remained intentionally ignorant to important local events.

Chantelle found safe

Chantelle Pidherny, 17 of Smithers has been safe and is in the company of her parents.

Support the Troops Day

A special day to show support for Canadian military troops serving at home and overseas has been declared by Prince George city council.

Pine Valley to receive makeover

Pine Valley Golf Course is slated to receive a much-needed face lift over the course of this year, thanks to a group of concerned citizens.

Gable resigns from DBIA

Long-time Downtown Business Improvement Association president Kirk Gable has resigned from the board.

Pine Valley makeover planned

Pine Valley Golf Course is slated to receive a much needed face lift over the course of this year, thanks to the Friends of Pine Valley Golf Course (F of PV). This group is focused on preservation and re-beautification of the course.

Celebrating 50 years of worship

The large congregation of Westwood Mennonite Brethren Church celebrates 50 years of worship this year in Prince George.