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Kindergarten could be a problem for more than just the kids

Kindergarten could be a problem for more than just the kids

In one area of Prince George School District 57, the start of full-day kindergarten seems to be more of a problem than a positive experience.

Sing the winter away

Prince George Cantata Singers will hold an open house to launch its new season.

Students head back

When students hit the books Wednesday a number of UNBC students will be making history in programs never before offered.
42 year old dies in fiery crash

42 year old dies in fiery crash

Police Services in the Northwest received report of a single vehicle crash on Highway 16 just west of Gitsequkla on Sept. 2 at approximately 1:20 a.m. The collision occurred east of Kitwanga, in the New Hazelton RCMP Detachment area.

International FASD Awareness Day

During International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day Thursday, a number of events have been planned in Prince George The aim is to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking during pregnancy and the challenges faced by those who live wi

Kiwanis Club book sale

The Kiwanis Club of Prince George will hold a book sale at Save On Foods in College Heights Sept. 18 and 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is an annual fundraiser with proceeds going to a variety of local children's programs.
Top cops can't wait for crime summit

Top cops can't wait for crime summit

RCMP top cops are looking forward to Nov. 1 and 2 when the city's gang culture gets dissected by public discourse.
Another gang bust on Oak Street

Another gang bust on Oak Street

Police poked another hole in organized crime's Prince George umbrella. The door was barred into a home operated by the Game-Tight Soldiers (GTS) but Mounties on a Wednesday afternoon raid were still able to get in quickly and make arrests.

Williams Lake police

Williams Lake RCMP are seeking witnesses to a residential break and enter incident in the 2000 block on Second Avenue North about 10:30 p.m. Aug. 27. Police say a number of items taken may have been easily spotted due to their large size.

Students head back

When students hit the books Wednesday a number of UNBC students will be making history in programs never before offered.