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Mamadou update

One airline ticket is purchased and three more are needed to bring the wife and three children of Mamadou Tounkara to Prince George by August.

Mystery shoppers prompt response from Bond

Transportation minister Shirley Bond says she wants to toughen used-car inspections in response to the findings of mystery shoppers from the Automobile Protection Association.

Accident victim dies

Prince George resident Gordon George Matzolic who was struck by a vehicle in front of Real Canadian Superstore died March 5 at University Hospital of Northern B.C. He was 72 years old.

Gogo pins up PG girl

Crack open the latest CD jacket by B.C. blues blazer David Gogo and you're likely to say "va-va-voom" when you see the pinup girl featured inside.

Aboriginal justice examined at conference

Authors, advocates, artists and experiential people will gather in Prince George for four days to explore the story of justice in the aboriginal context. March 23 is the launch of the 2010 Aboriginal Justice Workshop, subtitled 'The Healing Journey.

Air Quality testing in city

Northern Health is continuing to work closely with the ministries of Environment and Healthy Living and Sport as they prepare to do further testing of Prince George's air quality.
Icy roads cause two accidents

Icy roads cause two accidents

Icy roads in a shaded area along Highway 16 East caused two accidents involving six vehicles early Monday. A single vehicle accident happened about 94 km east of Prince George when a tractor trailer rig, eastbound to Edmonton, went off the highway.

Arctic is melting

The Arctic is melting. What does that mean to us? Find out during the Cafe Scientifique event on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Cafe Voltaire at Books & Company.
Twelve vehicles involved in accidents

Twelve vehicles involved in accidents

Treacherous road conditions caused by black ice Monday morning on Highway 16 East resulted in reports of three vehicle accidents within 10 minutes, said Cst. Gary Godwin, RCMP media liaison. The accidents involve a total of 11 or 12 vehicles.

Police stories from Prince Rupert

RCMP happenings in Prince Rupert Feb. 15 to 21 reported by RCMP Cst. Erin Stevenson: An intoxicated male racked up a $50 cab fare and then refused to pay the driver. So the driver treated the passenger to a free ride to the police station.
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