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BC Hockey bringing AGM in Prince George

B.C. Hockey will hold its annual general meeting in Prince George this month. From June 25 to 27 the governing body for amateur hockey in British Columbia will converge on our city, with a long list of agenda items already mapped out.

City buys eagle, unveiling at 9 a.m.

On Monday at 9 a.m., at Spruceland elementary school, the public will get the unveiling of a special Eagle In The City artwork. This eagle statue is part of the province-wide fundraising campaign by the BC Lions Society.

River rescue in the dark

A small group of boaters had to be rescued from an island in the Nechako River early Saturday morning. The Prince George Fire Department, Prince George RCMP and Prince George Search and Rescue all took part in the operation at about 1:30 a.m.

Call from bogus health inspector?

Prince George businesses that receive calls from a person claiming to be a health inspector with Northern Health should not give out any personal or financial information requested.

Raffle for Elton John tickets

The Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation is raffling off two prize packages that include tickets to the Elton John concert Friday, July 16.

Northern B.C. cabinet minister quits over HST

Lekstrom says he has to listen to consitutents

Two teen girls die in crash

Fort Nelson high school students are receiving counselling following the loss of two of their peers in a single motor vehicle crash believed to have been caused by high speed, drugs and alcohol.

Trustee lashes out over Highland controversy

City council should take some of the blame for the uproar over turning the tennis court at the Highland community centre into a parking lot, says school board trustee Roxanne Ricard.

Cancer centre providing work to local companies

No fewer than a dozen Prince George and northern B.C. companies have been hired to work on the construction of the BC Cancer Agency Centre for the North.
Hometown Heroes recognized

Hometown Heroes recognized

Pacific Western Brewery (PWB) and PacificSport Northern BC recognized judo master Stefan Zwiers and biathlete Matt Neumann as Hometown Heroes, Friday.
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