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And the winner is . . . .

The battle of the 13th Annual Interior Drive for Life between Prince George and Kelowna will come to an end Thursday at 2 p.m.

Clayton Taylor improving

The news this week about Clayton Taylor is uplifting to say the least. Taylor, 25, is the man who was critically injured Sept. 10 at Moffat Street and Second Avenue when a driver failed to stop as he exited the alley way.
Moose warning signs improved

Moose warning signs improved

Now up in the vicinity of University of Northern British Columbia, two new signs not only warn drivers they're heading into moose country but give them an idea of the consequences if they hit one.

Annual breastfeeding challenge

In recognition of the importance of breast feeding to give newborns a healthy start in life, World Breastfeeding Week will be celebrated around the world Friday through Thursday.

Food for those in need

All four Save-On Foods stores in Prince George will hold their biannual food drive Saturday for the Salvation Army Food bank. During the drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

PG economic agency calls for end to CN labour dispute

Initiatives Prince George, the city's economic development agency, is imploring the federal government to act quickly to end a CN labour dispute that could disrupt rail traffic in northern B.C.

Railway East Line history

The first in a series of fall lectures at Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum on October 5th, will focus on the historical East Line section along the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.

Apple cider and pumpkin pie

Thanksgiving at Huble Homestead Historic Site is a day for family fun with scare crow making, pumpkin carving, apple bobbing and more.

Christian concert at Knox

Linnea Good and her Good Company will be in concert At Knox United Church Oct. 20. Good, a Christian singer and songwriter, is known as the contemporary musical voice of the emerging church in Canada.

Community Living Month

During October, Community Living Month throughout B.C., communities will host festivities to celebrate the gifts and talents brought to society by people with developmental disabilities. In Prince George AimHi will hold a pancake breakfast Oct.