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Regional district plans comm upgrade

After nearly 20 years, the area's emergency communications system is getting a multi-million-dollar upgrade.
Churches vandalized

Churches vandalized

Police announced Tuesday that three Prince George churches located between 5th and 10th avenues on Ospika Boulevard were found vandalized early Tuesday morning. A Prince George Citizen investigation revealed two more. For more, see the Citizen.

Wood first draws communities

Forests and range minister Pat Bell celebrated news Tuesday that seven B.C. municipalities -- Prince George among them -- have passed resolutions in support of encouraging greater use of wood on building projects within their boundaries.
PGSO still alive

PGSO still alive

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra has relieved its general manager of her duties, but the PGSO still goes on. Those closely connected to the long-standing arts organization said there was no truth to the rumours the symphony was closing its doors.

Highway of Tears case warms up

Private investigator Ray Michalko has deepened his probe into the missing and murdered women of Highway 16.

Kumbayaz enjoys Native Arts connection

As Carolyn Kendall grew up she heard all about Native culture from her family and was fascinated by it. So, it wasn't a real surprise when her craft store morphed into a native arts store.

One year in jail

From Prince George Provincial Court Feb. 19 Arby L.

Proposed year-round market

Prince George may have a year-round farmers market in the near future. The Prince George Farmer's Market Association is calling for debate on its new proposal at the annual general meeting Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.
Local boy goes to Olympics - here's what he had to say

Local boy goes to Olympics - here's what he had to say

Johnathan Botelho, a local 12-year-old Sacred Heart student, was chosen as one of 11 children in Canada to attend the Olympics as part of a worldwide program called McDonald's Champion Kids, with the program being offered to schools in Canada through

Large plane in P.G.

One of the biggest planes to ever fly into Prince George is scheduled to land today at YXS. An Ilyushin 76 aircraft based in Russia will stop over in B.C.
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