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Youth leadership conference set for PGSS

More than 250 young people from across the province are expected to converge on Prince George later this month for a student leadership conference. Set for Oct.

Looking back 70 years

The life and times of one of B.C.'s legendary surveyors and photographers will be featured during a reading event, slideshow and lecture by historian Jay Sherwood. Sherwood's presentation on Frank Swannell will be held at 7 p.m. Oct.

Always the last one picked

The challenges faced by disabled children both in and out of the classroom will be examined in a video presentation by Learning Difficulties Centre of B.C. Last One Picked. . .

Youth leadership conference set for PGSS

More than 250 young people from across the province are expected to converge on Prince George later this month for a student leadership conference. Set for Oct.

Forget the blowout and stick with the blowdry

At least one Prince George hair salon has stopped offering a hair treatment that Health Canada said could put consumers' health at risk.

Don't let it be too late

Representation agreements, which have only been around legally for the past decade, allow B.C. residents to decide who they wish to look after their business affairs and personal needs if they are no longer are able to do so themselves.

UNBC wins prestigious sustainability award

University of Northern British Columbia's reputation as Canada's Green University has received a major boost.

A body that never was

Prince George Search and Rescue spent most of Friday night searching Ness Lake for a body in the water that was never there. Four people were in a boat on Ness Lake when they struck an island and got stranded there, according to authorities.

It looked like the real thing

One 14-year-old Prince George youth had an experience he'll probably not soon forget when he was apprehended by RCMP for having a handgun in his possession.

Latest enrolment figures close to projection

An end-of-the-month head count produced no surprises for School District 57, superintendent Brian Pepper said Friday. As of Sept.