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Search continues at fire site

Search continues at fire site

Police need colder weather to resume efforts; fire department unable to find cause of blaze

Caught passing counterfeit bills

Two women were arrested Saturday for passing several counterfeit American $100 bills. Pamela Jane Starnes, 37, and Celina Ann Turzanski, 23, were taken into custody and are being help to appear in front of a provincial court judge Monday.

Dismantled drug operation

RCMP have recommended more than 50 charges against a group of drug traffickers operating in Prince George.

Police release statement on Ludwig search

Statement from the RCMP on the Wiebo Ludwig case: Hythe, Alberta: The RCMP has concluded the search of the large rural property located north west of Hythe, Alberta at 14:30 hours (Pacific Time) on Monday January 11th.
Value seen in free transit on bad air days

Value seen in free transit on bad air days

Even though air quality advisories sometimes only last a day, there is still value in offering free transit rides to try to reduce vehicle emissions and promote the use of buses, says the city.

$100,000 worth of tools stolen

More than $100,000 worth of tools was stolen from secured work trailers at a Conoco Phillips well site between Dawson Creek and Tumbler Ridge. If anyone has any information on the theft of tools, call the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700.

Engineer, son return from Cambodian mission

Despite being a professional engineer, a Prince George man had an experience of a lifetime surviving with village people in extremely poor conditions.

Science special on Cafe Voltaire menu

UNBC president George Iwama will be the first guest speaker at Cafe Scientifique, which will take place at Cafe Voltaire in Books & Company Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Forestry report urges province to manage carbon storage

Maximizing the carbon stored in B.C.'s forests could provide benefits both economically and environmentally over the long-term, says a new report, Managing B.C.'s Forests for a Cooler Planet.

New book chronicles area’s aviation history

For more than 50 years, the skies above Prince George doubled as an air highway with flying machines ranging from open cockpit biplanes to high winged monoplanes to four-engine propeller jobs.
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