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Cabin fires still mystery

Residents at Cluculz Lake are anxious for the mystery of two cabin fires to be solved. "We're nervous out here all right. We're just not sure what is happening," said long-time resident Fred Doig. "I get up at 4 a.m.
Making a skatepark on the Hart

Making a skatepark on the Hart

Calls have been heard before to build a skatepark in Prince George. It worked last time.
Elderly robber strikes again

Elderly robber strikes again

Prince George RCMP arrested an elderly man Tuesday near the CIBC Bank in Spruceland Mall.

Dunster parents to put up tent class

Several Dunster children will start the school year in a makeshift assortment of structures in their hometown rather than travel to Valemount or McBride.
He's walked in their shoes

He's walked in their shoes

Three times a month a local man volunteers to deliver cookies to patients who are on dialysis at the hospital.

Little bus needs help

Students in need across Prince George hope the community doesn't miss the Little Yellow School Bus before the start of class. The campaign, which collects donated school supplies, is looking for a last-minute surge on a long list of items.
Cabin fires still mystery

Cabin fires still mystery

Residents at Cluculz Lake are anxious for the mystery of two cabin fires to be solved. "We're nervous out here all right. We're just not sure what is happening," said longtime resident Fred Doig. "I get up at 4 a.m.

No local deaths on long weekend.

North District RCMP Traffic Services are pleased the Labour Day weekend ended with no fatal motor vehicle collisions and no serious injuries in the Prince George Region Sgt.

Kiska Metals consolidates northern B.C. properties

Kiska Metals Corp. has bought up the mining interests of three companies and adding the mineral claim of another to consolidate a gold and copper interest in northern B.C.

Aboriginal choice school opens today

Prince George will be the home of an education first when an Aboriginal choice school - the only one of its kind in the province - will open today in the old Carney Hill elementary school.