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Rogers thanks other mayors

The Canada Winter Games bid by Prince George was helped, personally, by three other mayors. They were thanked by mayor Dan Rogers in front of all their northern peers during the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention this week in Whistler.

Chamber scores "open skies" victory

Prince George Chamber of Commerce achieved a "huge success" when it convinced the Canadian Chamber of Commerce membership last week to support a resolution urging an "open sky" for airlines operating in Canada, says president Roy Spooner.

Police under scrutiny

RCMP are responding to the public release of three separate RCMP cell block videos from the Williams Lake detachment described in a news release by Sgt. Rob Vermeulen, Senior Media Relations Officer with "E" Div Strategic Communications in Vancouver.
Where is Natasha Lynn?

Where is Natasha Lynn?

Prince George RCMP are seeking information on the whereabouts of a 23-year-old Natasha Lynn Montgomery who has been reported missing. She was last seen in the city in the area of Third Avenue and Queensway in late August.

Missing person from Prince George

Natasha Lynn Montgomery is missing. She is Caucasian, 23 years old, 5'9" tall, 130 lbs., green eyes and brown hair. She was last seen in the area of Third Avenue and Queensway in late August.

Tree planting event on Saturday

The fledgling McMillan Creek Fishing Park will be the site of a tree planting event this Saturday afternoon. Trees and shrubs will be planted around the park and creek, and the public is encouraged to bring a shovel and get involved.

Dementia support group helps reduce families' stress

A new study showing caregivers are three times more frustrated when the senior needing care had Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia, comes as no surprise to Leanne Jones, the Prince George support and education co-ordinator for the non-profit Alzh

Finance committee in city on Tuesday

Residents of Prince George will have a chance to provide input on the 2011-12 provincial budget when the select standing committee on finance and government services visits the city on Tuesday.

Found coins

Prince George RCMP are seeking the owner of a coin collection that was recovered about a month ago. On Sept. 3, RCMP pulled over a stolen vehicle and arrested the male driver.

Clayton Taylor improving

The news this week about Clayton Taylor is uplifting to say the least. Taylor, 25, is the man who was critically injured Sept. 10 at Moffat Street and Second Avenue when a driver failed to stop as he exited the alleyway.