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Arthritis program

A six-day self-management program is designed especially for those with arthritis and fibromyalgia to set goals, create plans, understand treatments and learn ways to cope with the pain.

Sex assault at local pool results in charges

James Allen Prince, 55, of Prince George, was charged with two counts of sexual assault after two young females reported to RCMP they had been inappropriately touched by an older male at the Four Seasons pool Saturday at about 4:45 p.m.

Glowing KPMG report on PG explained

In a recent report by international financial management company KPMG, Prince George was deemed the most cost-competitive city in the Pacific region of North American.

No love in tennis court decision

They paved paradise, put up a parking lot. Eleven-year-old Caelan Swetlikoff probably doesn't know who folk singer Joni Mitchell is or what inspired her to write those famous lyrics.

Anne Martin talks about her newfound freedom

Freedom of PG club gets new member

Scholarship in memory of soldier Fitzpatrick

A scholarship fund has been established for Cpl. Darren Fitzpatrick, the Prince George soldier killed by a March 6 bomb blast while he was on duty in Afghanistan. He died several days later in hospital. "Cpl. Darren J.

HST petition numbers rising

The petition drive against the harmonized sales tax is drawing signatures in two of the three local provincial constituencies. As of late Friday night, 3,943 people in Prince George-Valemount and the total in Prince George-Mackenzie stood at 2,669.

Plane lands safely after tense moments

Pilots of an Air Canada Jazz Dash 8-300 from Vancouver were able to land the craft land safely Saturday afternoon despite an outbreak of smoke in the cockpit, Prince George Airport Authority spokesperson Todd Doherty reported.

Boating card now mandatory

Boaters were busy putting pen to paper so they can get their crafts into the water when a firm contracted to administer the exam to obtain a pleasure craft operator card from the federal government participated in the Northern B.C.

Family Y's rec room now open

The Prince George Family Y became a little more kid friendly on Saturday with the opening of a new recreation room at the complex's north end.