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International award-winning comedian in town

The worst night of his professional life was right here in Prince George. It was his debut as a professional comedian - a guy paid him $100 to do 20 minutes of stand up - and Damonde Tschritter bombed at Tabor Arms Pub.

Cancer support program

A new support program called Cancer & Beyond is designed for cancer patients who are in, or have completed, treatment. A 2.5 hour workshop that explores medical and emotional side effects is being held Thursday from 2 to 4:30 p.m.

January was warm

After a chilly December, "January was pretty soft on the heating bill," said Environment Canada meteorologist Jim Steele in a synopsis of the weather for the month. Although no records were set, the average daily high was -1.

January was warm

After a chilly December, "January was pretty soft on the heating bill," said Environment Canada meteorologist Jim Steele in a synopsis of the weather for the month. Although no records were set, the average daily high was -1.

A song of love

What could be more unique than sending a singing valentine to someone special? Prince George residents have the opportunity to arrange for that thanks to the BeezNeez Quartet, a barbershop component of the White Spruce City Chorus chapter of the Swee
A new look at life

A new look at life

More than 6,000 people of all ages in Third World countries will see life more clearly with eyeglasses donated by two northern Lions clubs.

New cancer programs available for patients

Two support programs for cancer patients will be taking place in Prince George over the next few weeks. The first is a new program called Cancer and Beyond, which starts this Thursday. The second is another Cancer Transitions workshop, starting Feb.

Where there's smoke, there shouldn't be development

Local governments should be considering wildfire risk before approving new developments in areas likely to be exposed to fires, known as interface areas, a new report by the B.C. Forests Practices Board said Wednesday.

Vanderhoof eager to fly

There is no drive to revitalize the downtown, construct a road on the outskirts, or attract 747s loaded with cargo. But the Mayor of Vanderhoof is talking about planes, strengthening local industry and employment.

Homicide charged

On Jan. 30, Fort Nelson RCMP members were called to assist the BC Ambulance Service with a woman in distress. Police attended and located a woman inside a residence at the Fort Nelson First Nation.