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Throwback Thursday May 16 2024

Throwback Thursday May 16 2024

Throwback Thursday: May 16, 2024
$100,000 donation sets wheels in motion for Supertrak BMX Club

$100,000 donation sets wheels in motion for Supertrak BMX Club

Membership booming, new mountain bike class creating momentum to build roof over Prince George track at Carrie Jane Gray Park
Omineca Arts Centre announces the return of UNFOLD for UNFOLD 4

Omineca Arts Centre announces the return of UNFOLD for UNFOLD 4

Omineca Arts Centre announces the return of UNFOLD for UNFOLD 4, the fourth annual emerging artists group exhibition, taking place throughout July 2024.
The College of New Caledonia marks Moose Hide Campaign Day

The College of New Caledonia marks Moose Hide Campaign Day

The College of New Caledonia (CNC) is welcoming students, faculty, staff and the public to take a stand against violence towards women and girls during Moose Hide Campaign* Day, today, May 16th, 2024. 
Vanderhoof pilot says it's time airport stepped up its security to prevent fuel theft

Vanderhoof pilot says it's time airport stepped up its security to prevent fuel theft

Stolen fuel and ease of access causing headaches for Paul Collard and the Vanderhoof Flying Club
Wanted: Robert Ross Armella

Wanted: Robert Ross Armella

Prince George RCMP seeking 38-year-old man wanted for resisting a police officer and michief under $5,000
Trustees consider $1.93M budget cuts to school programs, staffing

Trustees consider $1.93M budget cuts to school programs, staffing

School District 57 required to submit balanced budget by June 30
Students from UNBC and College of New Caledonia awarded $1,000 for tourism

Students from UNBC and College of New Caledonia awarded $1,000 for tourism

This spring a student from University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) and College of New Caledonia (CNC) were awarded $1,000 to go towards their tourism studies.
PGARA Speedway hit by wire theft

PGARA Speedway hit by wire theft

Non-profit Prince George stock car racing club scrambling to make repairs in time for first race meet May 25
Prince George psychiatrist wins legal challenge over vaccine refusal

Prince George psychiatrist wins legal challenge over vaccine refusal

Dr. David Morgan based decision on being in good health and working with patients virtually which "eliminated any risk of transmission of the virus"