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Shuttle a safe way to get home

Finding a safe ride home from the bar should be the last thing a customer should have to worry about, said Brock Gable, owner of the Riverstone Bar and Grill.

Nominate a special caregiver

The call is out for nominations for The BC Cancer Agency's 2010 Community Care Award. Residents are asked to nominate an exceptional cancer caregiver who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in providing support to cancer patients.

Mischief caused more than a million dollars damage

A million dollars worth of damage was caused by what Dawson Creek RCMP are calling mischief to construction equipment at a well site near Stewart Lake on Sept. 19.

Youth parliament needs members

Local young people who've caught the political bug will be interested in one of 95 from across the province to win a spot in the 82nd British Columbia youth parliament.

West Fraser to invest in wood mills

B.C.-based forest company West Fraser has announced capital spending of $125 million in the next 18 months to expand and upgrade its solid wood plants in the B.C. Interior, Alberta and U.S. South. West Fraser has extensive operations in northern B.C.

Quesnel woman missing

The search continues for 83-year-old Ruth Hjorth, who was last seen at her residence north of Trout Lake, near Nazko Sept. 16 and discovered missing by a concerned family member Sept. 18.

CPP buys rest of Pine Centre Mall

The remaining shares of the Pine Centre Mall has just been purchased by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. The pension plan had owned 80 per cent of the mall and when the transaction is complete it will be 100 per cent owned by the fund.

Prince George has Wipeout Wannabe

A local man has a chance to be on ABC's Wipeout and to help him get there Wipeout Wannabe Jeff Bailey is asking for Prince George residents to cast their vote on Facebook.
Gang associate arrested

Gang associate arrested

A loaded gun and a dummy grenade were part of what police found in another takedown associated to the Game Tight Soldiers.

2015 Canada Winter Games awarded to Prince George

Prince George has just been awarded the 2015 Canada Winter Games. The choice was between Kamloops, Kelowna and Prince George.