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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.

Turning off the lights

For one hour on March 27 from 8:30 to 9:30 p,m. Earth Hour will bring together millions around the globe who will turn off their lights to show support for climate change.
Prince George student to receive Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Prince George student to receive Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Former student at Duchess Park secondary, Kelsey Chapman, 20, who is now at UBC taking a bachelor of Science degree, will receive the Gold Level Certificate of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award during a ceremony on Friday in the auditorium of Point Grey
Trustees hoping for break on budget

Trustees hoping for break on budget

School board trustees will have a clearer idea of the depth of the financial hole they're facing as they head into the final leg of the school closure public consultation meetings this week.

Lottery winner nets $500,000

A Prince George lottery winner has stepped forward. Nancy Miners matched all four numbers on the Feb.19 Lotto Max extra draw to win the top prize of $500,000, B.C. Lottery Corporation said last week.

Bell fights back on HST

Prince George North MLA Pat Bell isn't backing down in the face of former premier Bill Vander Zalm's attack on the harmonized sales tax.

Suspects described following assault

Police are on the lookout for two men following an assault last Sunday afternoon at the Mr. G convenience store and gas station on Highway 16 east.

Unemployment rate declines to 12.3 per cent

Prince George's unemployment rate declined 0.6 percentage points last month to 12.3 per cent, powered by a 1,400-position surge in the number of people holding down jobs, according to Statistics Canada labour market survey results released Friday.
Wanted man caught!

Wanted man caught!

Chad Douglas Berry was arrested in Vanderhoof at about 5 a.m. Friday morning without incident. Berry is expected to appear in provincial court later today.
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