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Formaldehyde testing to take place in Millar Addition

Formaldehyde testing to take place in Millar Addition

An air quality advocacy group will be taking daily formaldehyde readings in the Millar Addition neighbourhood with a hand-held monitor by the end of the month.

Mackenzie ER closures

Northern Health is asking Mackenzie residents to use the hospital emergency room wisely due to the departure of a doctor.

YMCA public skating

YMCA public skating schedule is as follows: --Public skate is 12 to 1:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday at Coliseum. --Parent and tot skate is 1:30 to 2 p.m. Monday and Wednesday at Coliseum. --Teen skate is 8 to 9 p.m. Friday at Elksentre.

RCMP hunt irate man downtown

Reports came in to police on Wednesday afternoon that a man with a gun was travelling about the downtown. A large contingent of Mounties responded.

Canfor Pulp suing over 2008 fire

Canfor Pulp LP has sued a range of companies over damages caused to its Prince George pulp and paper mill during a fire in January 2008. According to the endorsement filed in B.C.
Wanted man

Wanted man

A warrant has been issued for Prince George resident Chad Douglas Berry who is wanted for the assault of two Prince George females who were both stabbed when they rebuked Berry's advances. The incident happened about 2:30 a.m.
Northern BC student wins fellowship for cancer research

Northern BC student wins fellowship for cancer research

A student from the University of Northern British Columbia has won a fellowship from the BC Cancer Agency to conduct molecular biology research at the university this summer.

City soldier hit by war blast

Name being withheld; man on duty in Afghanistan

Work to continue on Cariboo Connector

Transportation minister Shirley Bond is pointing to $53 million worth of further work on the Cariboo Connector along Highway 97 as a highlight among the projects to be pursued this year.

Hope for Haiti concert Saturday

A benefit concert to raise funds for Haiti and Kenya will be held on Saturday at First Baptist Church on Fifth Avenue at Gillette. Called Hope for Haiti and Care for Kenya, it will feature music from On the House Band and The Freedom Singers.
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