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Fort St. John names final Olympic torchbearer

Fort St. John's final Olympic torchbearer was introduced to dignitaries and media, although once revealed introductions were not needed.

Citizen apologizes for letter to the editor

In yesterday's Citizen we ran a letter to the editor that was attributed to Doreen Spence. After meeting with Mrs. Spence and her son Tom it became apparent that the letter had not been contributed by Mrs. Spence.

Accessible parking campaign worked

December was "awesome" as Accessible Parking Awareness month in Fort St. John, said the organizer.

Top Dog Agility holds trials

Top Dog Agility will be holding an AAC sanctioned agility trial Sunday at the Prince George Agriplex at the PGX site. The trial will run all day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The public is welcome to come watch, admission is by donation to the SPCA.

Two weeks until Olympic torch relay reaches Prince George

The Olympic Flame is inching its way closer and closer to Prince George, with just two weeks to go until the big arrival on Jan. 29.

No new security here

The federal government could be leaving crucial gaps in airport security by focusing solely on large airports, says the Dawson Creek Airport manager.

Avalance warning issued for Interior mountains

The Canadian Avalanche Centre has issued a special avalanche warning for B.C. Interior mountains.

New foundation hopes to raise funds for cancer patients in Fort St. John

The Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Foundation of Fort St. John has only been around for a few months, yet members hope the fundraiser they are holding this Saturday will be the start of something big.

Northern Health next board meeting in Valemount

Northern Health's board will hold its next regular meeting in Valemount on Feb. 14 and 15. The open meeting will begin at 1:15 p.m. on Feb. 15 in the Eagles View Banquet Room, Best Western Inn, 1950 Hwy 5 South, Valemount, BC.

Curbside recycling coming to Dawson Creek

Municipal governments could learn a lot from the new curbside recycling system developed by Fort St. John's Eco-Depot Recycling Centre. The user-pay system that will extend to Dawson Creek Feb.