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Riding executive supports North Cariboo MLA

The Cariboo North Riding Association has passed a motion supporting Bob Simpson, who was thrown out of caucus by NDP leader Carole James last week, to remain as their MLA.
Body found in park - full RCMP update

Body found in park - full RCMP update

Prince George RCMP are continuing their investigation into the finding of human remains, discovered by police last Friday near LC Gunn Park on Oct. 8. Cpl.
Researchers outline steps to combat reliance on payday loan stores

Researchers outline steps to combat reliance on payday loan stores

Banks and credit unions need to "find ways to innovate their services" to prevent the financially-stressed from turning to payday loan stores in times of need and digging themselves into deeper holes in the process.
Dental hygienist wins award

Dental hygienist wins award

Prince George's Pammy Pawar is this year's Canadian Dental Hygienist Association's Dental Hygeinist Hero. Now in its second year, the award, which is also sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Inc.

Raise-A-Reader wrap

The 2010 Raise-a-Reader campaign on Sept. 29 wrapped up on a high note with just over $40,000 raised to help provide the gift of literacy in the Prince George region.
Ousted Cariboo North MLA denies being behind anti-James campaign

Ousted Cariboo North MLA denies being behind anti-James campaign

Cariboo North MLA Bob Simpson says he is not behind any efforts - unfolding in social media and on the Internet - to push NDP leader Carole James out, or reinstate himself.
Pioneer enjoys rare connection with nature

Pioneer enjoys rare connection with nature

A pioneer of the region, 101-year old Bill Vinson now spends his time how he chooses, smoking an old fashion pipe and enjoying his unique connection to nature.

Ratte confessed to killing wife in back yard, jury told

A man accused of murdering his wife 13 years ago told an undercover police officer he killed her in the back yard of their Prince George home and then disposed of her body in a swamp about an hour drive east of the city, a 10-person jury heard during

$20,000 reward on thugs heads for assaulting good Samaritan

Rremember the good Samaritan truck driver who stopped to assist a `stranded' vehicle near Valemount and was knocked unconscious for his kindness? Well, the Canadian Trucking Alliance, in a bid to bring the "evil thugs" to justice, is matching a $10,0
Chewing their cud

Chewing their cud

Some of B.C.'s top cattlemen gathered in Prince George last week for high-level meetings about the state of the industry. The directors of the B.C.