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Man shot near West Lake

Prince George RCMP have set up road blocks in a rural area near West Lake in a search to find suspects involved in a shooting on a rural property. Police received a report of robbery and shots being fired on a West Lake rural property about 1:45 p.m.

Road chaos on Highway 3

About 20 minutes of road chaos, caused by icy conditions, set the scene on Highway 3 near Fernie, B.C. on the morning of Jan. 29. In a span of about 20 minutes around 10 a.m.

Small grants reap big returns

The Winter City Committee handed out $6,000 in taxpayers' money but this helped community groups in Prince George leverage more than $150,000 additional dollars from other sources.

More snow! Bring it on

The amount of snow that has piled up on city streets came quickly, but not in unusual amounts. The storage spots for the snows of the streets are in no way nearing capacity, said Transportation Manager Al Clark.

Bedroom blaze raises alarm

A small fire on the north side of the Nechako River brought fire crews on Sunday morning for a few hours of work. Assistant Chief Elden Gjerde said the emergency call came to Prince George Fire Rescue Service at about 11:20 a.m.

How will you be remembered?

A new project called How to Leave A Legacy is being led by Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation (SNHCF) in a bid to better guarantee the financial future of non-profit organizations.

Two B.C. girls found dead

Two teenaged girls were found dead in B.C., police announced Thursday, both under suspicious circumstances. On Wednesday (Jan.
100 per cent of nursing students pass exams for 8th straight year

100 per cent of nursing students pass exams for 8th straight year

For the eighth straight year, College of New Caledonia''s practical nursing students have achieved a 100-per-cent pass rate on their national licensing exam.

Consultation on water act launched

The provincial government is seeking public input on a proposed new Water Sustainability Act.

Liberal luminary touches down in Prince George

The federal Liberals' number two man ventured deep into Conservative territory Friday when Bob Rae made a low-key visit to Prince George to meet with local party members setting the groundwork for a pending election.
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