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Crime will mar winter games

Crime will mar winter games

Mayor Dan Rogers is excited over the 2015 winter games, should we be? It must be nice looking at our city from a financial perspective. All you concentrate on is money.
huge praise for local kids

huge praise for local kids

In a world that only seems to report on the bad kids in the world, I would like to give huge praise to some truly wonderful young people from Prince George that I met this past weekend in Valemount.
Extra cash, what extra cash!

Extra cash, what extra cash!

I find it very interesting that in today's budget update, Mr. Hansen asked British Columbians to tell him how his party should spend the "extra cash" that BC apparently has.
Parents need to teach responsibility

Parents need to teach responsibility

This is a letter to all the irresponsible parents who think that its OK to get their young children pets without teaching them the responsibility of caring for them.
Something wrong with this picture

Something wrong with this picture

Todays front page, (Sept. 14) Good News! Built a new jail, closed how many schools? Hello?? Something wrong with this picture. Heather Umpherville Prince George
Sometimes buying locally is simply too expensive

Sometimes buying locally is simply too expensive

Now, I want to and generally do patronize local businesses. At times, I do so even when I know that the price I am paying is a bit higher than I might find at other retailers, especially those on the Internet.
Vancouver is only place of economic improvement

Vancouver is only place of economic improvement

My wife and I moved to Prince George from Hope in July of 1978. About two miles past Cache Creek we noticed a sign that someone erected that read "You Are Now Leaving the Province of British Columbia".
Tenants have all the power

Tenants have all the power

I have been watching the news about the "powers that be" wanting to start charging landlords if their rental property happens to be a crack shack. Before you implicate that, I would suggest first changing the land and tenant act.
Enough is enough

Enough is enough

OK. Enough is enough about this damned bank robber and his needs. It is so nice to see that the bleeding hearts and do-gooders in Prince George are still as vociferous and brain dead as usual.
Leaving B.C.

Leaving B.C.

My wife and I moved to Prince George from Hope in July of 1978. About two miles past Cache Creek we noticed a sign that someone erected that read "You Are Now Leaving the Province of British Columbia".