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Huckleberry mine gets another extension

Imperial Metals has announced updated mineral reserves at the Huckleberry mine in northern B.C. that enable the mine to continue operations until July 2012. The company used conservative pricing and exchange points in its calculation: Copper at $1.

Homes remain more affordable in northern B.C., says study

Bogged down by a burdensome mortgage for a $500,000 shack? It's the ongoing lament in the Lower Mainland but in Prince George it's a much brighter story. Every year the B.C.

What's On

The stars have aligned to provide the ultimate in local entertainment.

Facing five fearsome dragons

A Prince George man has been selected from hundreds to face the fearsome five dragons featured on the televised Dragons Den show on CBC. John Geleen has an invention he's confident the Dragons will want to invest in.

Out the window

Prince George RCMP arrested a 38-year-old man Wednesday after catching him in the act of exiting a broken window with stolen property at a home in the 2100 block of Pine Street. The arrest about 1:30 p.m.

Medical students set to graduate

A total of 23 students - six of them from Prince George - will be graduating from the Northern Medical Program this Saturday. The event will be held in the Bentley Centre at UNBC, 1:30 p.m. start.

Fire danger increases across Prince George region

The fire danger rating now stands at high for most of the Prince George Fire Centre's region and officials are urging people to be extremely cautious when conducting any open burning.

Fire danger increases across Prince George region

The fire danger rating now stands at high for most of the Prince George Fire Centre's region and officials are urging people to be extremely cautious when conducting any open burning.

Bond up for Sally Ann Award

Several people will be up for awards when the Prince George Salvation Army hosts a recognition dinner on Saturday night.

PR from PG wins national award

Prince George's Cam McAlpine has won a national award for his work in the field of public relations. McAlpine now lives in Kelowna but still services Prince George clients with his firm PR Media Strategic Communications.