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B.C. Lieutenant Governor to speak at annual Rose Prince Pilgrimage

B.C.'s Lieutenant Governor Steven Point, who's also a member of the Sto:lo nation will address those gathered for the annual Rose Prince Pilgrimage in Lejac tomorrow at 7 p.m.
Prince George’s Jaymie Derksen Crowned Miss Northern BC

Prince George’s Jaymie Derksen Crowned Miss Northern BC

Prince George's very own Jaymie Derksen took home the title of Miss Northern B.C. at the Miss B.C. 2010 competition. Fort Langley's Tara Teng was the overall winner, when she was crowned Miss B.C.

Keep pets cool in extreme heat

In light of the current heat wave, BC SPCA is reminding people to leave their animals at home as high temperatures pose a risk to pets.
Police seek help

Police seek help

Police are asking for the public's help in the 2007 disappearance of 14-year-old Lucas James Degerness.

Plan calls for no parking in cycling lanes

Banning motorists from parking in the cycling lane along Ospika Boulevard next to the soccer fields at Exhibition Park is among the measures proposed in a draft city plan to make life easier for cyclists, walkers and runners.
One for the books

One for the books

Instead of receiving gifts for his fifth birthday in May, Liam Williamson decided to give a gift to the Prince George Public Library instead. This led to a $150 donation to the library's children's section.
Miss Northern B.C. crowned

Miss Northern B.C. crowned

A local Prince George girl grabbed the regional title at the Miss B.C. 2010 competition this past Sunday. Jaymie Lee Derkson, who was sponsored by Northland Hyundai, was crowned Miss Northern B.C.

Heat wave could produce record-setting temperatures

The heat is finally on in Prince George. Potentially record-setting highs are in store through to the end of the weekend, Environment Canada is forecasting, posing a sharp contrast to the mild summer we've had so far.

Update on accused Duchess Park teacher

A Prince George RCMP officer is requesting assistance from the public regarding the historic case of a former Duchess Park senior secondary school teacher who has been charged with gross indecency and sexual intercourse with a person under 16 .

Feds deliver cash for Canfor Pulp upgrade projects

The federal Conservative government delivered $15 million to Canfor Pulp Wednesday from its $1-billion Green Transformation Fund for two projects meant to reduce air pollution and increase energy production.