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Woman with a past convicted of drunk driving

Nine years after she pleaded guilty to a hit-and-run that killed a 10-year-old boy, a Prince George woman was sentenced in late April to an 18-month driving prohibition for driving with a blood-alcohol level over .08.

Youth robbers

Prince George RCMP need the public's help in identifying four teenage males who robbed a 17-year-old youth of his ipod and cell phone while threatening him with small knives.

Hill didn't take house cash: spokesperson

A modest brouhaha about an obscure parliamentary perk will not be laid at Jay Hills' doorstep.

Suspect puts up a fight during arrest for vehicle break ins

A 32-year-old man confronted at the scene where five vehicles were broken into at a downtown restaurant parking lot put up a fight when police tried to arrest him.

Funds for healthcare foundation

The Publik Eatery and Drinkhouse in Prince George is holding a luncheon event to support Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation. Lunch on June 15 will feature a new menu with seasonal salads, added appetizers and new specials at affordable prices.

Three men caught breaking and entering

Prince George RCMP nabbed three men in the act of breaking and entering a business early Monday in the BCR Industrial site. Upon arriving at work early, the complainant discovered a man inside the business.

Raffle for Elton John Tickets

If you missed out on purchasing Elton John concert tickets, The Prince George Hospice Society is giving you another chance. The organization is raffling off two tickets July 13 to the sold out show which takes place July 16 at the CN Centre.

P.G. MLAs top travel list

Prince George's two MLAs top travel spending list for cabinet ministers. According to a column by Michael Smyth in this week's Province, Shirley Bond spent $103,082 on travel and Pat Bell spent $93,873.

Citizen committee

The Prince George Citizen received a big response to its call for community members to participate in an Editorial Advisory Committee to suggest ways and means of improving the daily as we move forward.

Healthy Kids Day packs 'em in

The field at Masich Place was a hive of pint-sized activity Sunday when the Prince George Family Y's Healthy Kids day was held at the stadium.
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