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Homesteader Meats closes door

Following 30 years of service in Prince George Homesteader Meats has closed its doors.

Green Drinks to talk biodiesel

The Prince George chapter of Green Drinks will meet Tues., Feb. 23 at the Raven Haven at 421 George St., 7 p.m.

Potter Politics

UNBC prof investigating the way childrenÂ’s literature influences a childÂ’s perception of government

Child seat safety check planned for PG

The B.C. Automobile Association's traffic safety foundation will host a safety check for child car seats on March 18 at the downtown fire hall next to city hall, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Liquor store customers generous in support for Haiti

BC Liquor Store customers and staff have generously donated more than $345,000 to help support Canadian Red Cross relief efforts in Haiti. Between Jan. 19 and Feb.
Police knew man shot to death

Police knew man shot to death

Just three days ago the Prince George man shot to death on Hemlock Street Wednesday was in court along with three others. The identified man, Nathan Alcide Marshall, 27, had been charged Feb. 15 with 10 offenses stemming from a Jan.

Special avalanche warning issued for backcountry

The Canadian Avalanche Centre issued a special public avalanche warning Thursday for the backcountry areas of the Columbia mountains from the US border to south of Prince George.

Seedy Saturday

Saturday will bring a sure sign of spring. The 10th annual Seedy Saturday by master gardeners Dave Rempel and Grace Morrice will lead a gardening workshop form 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Exploration Place.

Salmon Valley battling to keep school

Salmon Valley elementary school's parent advisory council president same away from Wednesday night's public consultation meeting with a hopeful feeling that her school may be spared from closure in the end.

Focus group mulls four points

Mayor Dan Rogers' focus group for downtown revitalization considered four main points at its most recent meeting.