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Monthly Archives: November 2008

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WIND WARNING ISSUED For Fort St John BY ENVIRONMENT CANADABULLETIN ISSUED AT: 3.24 PM PST SUNDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2008WINDS SOUTHWEST 60 GUSTING TO 90 KM/H EXPECTED LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND THIS EVENING.  THIS IS A WARNING THAT POTENTIALLY DAMAGING...
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Ookapiks place 6th at provincials

 The NPSS Ookapiks girls volleyball team is on its way back from Kelowna, after a solid 6th place showing at the provincial championships.The girls had been on a roll all season long, with tournament wins including Grande Prairie, Prince...
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Fort Hotel Finally Torn Down

Almost three years after construction stopped on the Fort Hotel renovations, the historical building finally met the demo team today - Crews were onsite all day tearing down the majority of the structure in downtown Fort St....
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The Hospital Foundation will light up the Hospital Monday night in celebration of the CT Scanner Campaign.The campaign has officially wrapped up and the Foundation will announce it's total at 5:30pm Monday.  One of the last major donations to...
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WIND WARNING ISSUED For Fort St John BY ENVIRONMENT CANADABULLETIN ISSUED AT: 9.57 AM PST SUNDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2008WINDS SOUTHWEST 60 GUSTING TO 90 KM/H EXPECTED LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND THIS EVENING.  THIS IS A WARNING THAT POTENTIALLY DAMAGING...
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Flyers blow out Lakeland

The senior Flyers extended their winning streak to eight games with a lop-sided win over Lakeland on Saturday night. Kip Noble set the pace, scoring the first goal only 19 seconds in - it was a sign it would be...
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Flyers win 6-2 in Fairview

A short benched Flyers team posted a win in Fairview on Friday night. The game was tied 2-2 after 20 minutes of play, but from there on in Fort St. John controlled the game. Jeff Fast scored two goals...
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Huskies win squeeker in Sexsmith

The Huskies were expecting easy revenge over the Vipers on Friday night, and it looked like they may well get it, after scoring the first two goals early in the game. But the Vipers struck back three times,...
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An enthusiastic crowd of 150 gathered for the long-anticipated opening of new museum exhibits in the Tumbler Ridge Community Centre on Thursday November 26th at noon. The exhibits, developed by the Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation, were funded by the...
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RCMP look for Stolen Truck

The Fort St. John RCMP are on the look out for a stolen truck.The 2006 Ford F350 Crew Cab was taken from 9320 102 street in Fort St. John.  The vehicle is white in colour and has the licence...
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Here's whats happening in Fort St. John today: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM  Farmer's Market 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM  Cecil Lake Christmas Sale 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM  Midget House Tournament 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM  Pre-School Storytime 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM  Saturday Picture...
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The RCMP says there was no danger to the public, when a tanker truck overturned on the Clayhurst Road near the 240 Road this morning. The RCMP puts the time of the roll-over at about 7:45. It...
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Spectra Energy Strike

27 members of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union started strike action at 5 o'clock last evening, at Spectra Energy's Midstream, north of Fort St. John. Union spokesman Vince Lukacs says, the two plants are in the bush, at Mile...
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Overturned Tanker Truck Update

The driver suffered undisclosed injuries this morning, when a tanker truck overturned on the Clayhurst Road near the 240 Road. The RCMP puts the time of the roll-over at about 7.45. It adds the truck was transporting a H2S contaminated substance...
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View Larger MapThe Accident from a vantage point nearly 2 KM away - Russ Beerling/Energeticcity.caThe driver suffered undisclosed injuries this morning, when a tanker truck overturned on the Clayhurst Road near the 240 Road.The RCMP puts the time of...
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The Oil and Gas Conference Commitee donated $50,000 to the CT Scanner Fundraising Campaign - Garet Hindman/Energeticcity.caThis is the final day of the 5th annual Rhyason Contracting "Light a Moose" fund raising campaign, on the grounds of the Fort...
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Commons Showdown

Less than seven weeks after the last federal election, a showdown is already shaping up in the House of Commons. The three opposition parties vow to vote against the Tories fiscal update on Monday which would topple the minority government...
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Two trucking companies and Greyhound Canada have been found responsible in a civil suit, over a three vehicle crash in northernwestern Alberta more than three years ago. It occurred in heavy fog on the morning of Aug. 10th, 2005,...
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