Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

Local News

Learn about literacy

Special Speakers Day during the training session for literacy tutors in the region will feature four workshops to which the public is invited to sit in on.

VE Day remembered

Victory in Europe Day or VE Day falls on May 8 to commemorate the official end of the Second World War in 1945.

Mother's Day brunch

For the first time in many years the Royal Canadian Legion will honour Mother's Day with a brunch buffet from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 9 at the Legion Branch 43 on Seventh Ave. Tickets are $10 each and no advance is required.

School district official outlines reasons for tennis court closure

From providing space for new tenants to meeting a city zoning requirement to improving the looks to addressing liability concerns a number of factors prompted the conversion of a tennis court into a parking lot at Highland Community Centre, says scho

Cancer care in the North

Pam Tobin, with the project management office of Northern Cancer Control Strategy, will offer an over view of how NCCS aims to enhance cancer control outcomes in northern B.C.

Tire roundup on Saturday

The rubber that's become too old to hit the road will be gladly accepted by the Fraser-Fort George Regional District this Saturday when a "tire roundup" will be held at the CN Centre parking lot, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sally Ann to hold recognition dinner

The Salvation Army is holding a dinner later this month to thank its many supporters.

Train incidents at Burns Lake

RCMP at Burns Lake have been kept busy recently attending to incidents involving moving trains. On April 26 police were called by CN police about a group of youth standing on Highway 35 over pass and throwing rocks down on the moving train.

Diligent police officers recognized

BCAA Traffic Safety Foundation will honour more than 30 police officers of the Northern Region of B.C. during a ceremony in Prince George.

RCMP Explosive Disposal Unit attends

Prince George RCMP called in the Explosive Disposal Unit on April 29th to deal with dynamite sticks discovered in a local shed.