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School district meets to discuss Dunster

School District 57 was holding an meeting Sunday night to discuss the events at Dunster School last week, said Lyn Hall, board chair. Hall said he had no comment on the situation or what they were discussing at the meeting.

Home sales strong

The Northern B.C. Real Estate Board announced a reasonably strong month for sales activity in the city. A total of 99 single family homes were sold in Prince George in May for an average price of $257,687.

City airport tops Vancouver

The Vancouver Giants are usually the victors when in comes to matching up with the Prince George Cougars of the WHL. But when it comes to attracting passengers, the Prince George Airport has a clear advantage. The local airport had an increase of 5.

Building permits up

Business is booming. At least that's what the latest numbers from city hall would indicate. Nearly 50 new business licences were issued by city hall in May of this year. That's up 31 per cent over the same period last year.
Tembec pulp mill burns

Tembec pulp mill burns

The fire at the Tembec Pulp Mill, just outside of Chetwynd, is still blazing. Late Wednesday afternoon the mill caught fire, followed by several product piles, said Dawson Creek Fire Chief Gordon "Shorty" Smith.

Green Party leader coming to P.G.

B.C. Green Party leader Jane Sterk will be in Prince George July 11 and 12 meeting with the mayor, city councilors, and Chamber of Commerce. The city is one of the stops on her Paddle for the Peace journey.

Fatal car crash

A fatal car crash took the life of a 26-year-old man Thursday at about 8:30 p.m. near 13340 Miworth Road.

NBIA to launch new site Monday

With the help of Concept Design, the Northern Brain Injury Association (NBIA) is launching a new web site on Monday.

Risky business for grads

A celebration of Quesnel graduates almost ended in tragedy, say Quesnel RCMP. Five grads were travelling home in early hours Thursday when their Jeep crossed into the oncoming lane near Ten Mile Lake.
Heritage signs unveiled

Heritage signs unveiled

Signs reflect on city's past, future