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City Council highlights of March 15 meeting

Mayor's Report on Formaldehyde Sample Results: Information was provided as background to Council concerning recent public discussion on high formaldehyde levels found in air samples taken in two locations within the Miller Addition during the summer

Man stabbed on Quebec Street

A man was stabbed in the arm by an unknown assailant as he walked on Quebec Street about 7:30 p.m. Monday night. The man heard the sound of breaking glass and then was struck in the upper arm with what he believed to be a broken bottle.

School district working on financial picture

School district officials continued to crunch the numbers Tuesday after getting word at the start of the week on how much money they'll receive from the Ministry of Education for the 2010-11 school year.

Studded tires deadline

Drivers are reminded that studded tires on vehicles must be off as of midnight April 30 or the consequence could be a fine of $109. RCMP Sgt.

Drivers caught one-handed

RCMP have nabbed 20 drivers in Prince George who broke the new rule of using cell phones or other hand-held devices while driving. Each face a fine of $167, said RCMP Sgt. Al Steinhauser, Prince George traffic unit commander.
Stereos to sign autographs

Stereos to sign autographs

Have you heard? Stereos will be in town to open for Hedley March 25 and Stereos will be signing autographs that day at 4 p.m. at Electron Entertainment, 3658 Massey Drive. Don't miss the chance to meet the band in person.

Power therapy for the 21st century

Prince George resident Dr. Franzi Ng offers a free seminar to showcase how Thought Field Therapy can help eliminate the feelings of stress, anxiety, anger and more.

Winter Games with Woodland Will

B.C. author Heidi Moosmann shares her love for winter sports and landscapes in her new children's book, Winter Games with Woodland Will.

Internet fraud

Quesnel RCMP advise people to be aware of several Internet scams on the Internet. One involves giving away puppies in which responders are asked to pay only the transport charges. "The respondents were then sent an e-mail from petravelservices@aol.

Strong start for little people

Ecole Franco-Nord, Prince George's French school, is now officially inaugurated among the newest StrongStart outreach programs in B.C.
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