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Huskies complete winning weekend

   The Huskies made it a three-win weekend, with a 6-3 victory over Slave Lake on Sunday afternoon.   Cody Hildebrand scored a breakaway in the second period, and banged in the eventual game-winner from the side of the net early in...
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Below are all kinds of photos taken today during the Olympic Torch Relay in Dawson Creek.  The photos have been provided by Shaun Whynacht.
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**Submitted Results from the Peace Curling Association Senior Districts. Both of last year's senior provincial runner's up will have a second chance at the title.  Colin Griffith and Norma Huitt, both of Grande Prairie, won their respective A-event  berths to the...
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Huskies bite Wolves

    The Huskies held serve on Saturday night, beating visiting Slave Lake by a score of 7-1.   Cody Kalb led the way offensively, with two goals. Other goals came from Cody Hildebrand, Dylan Apsassin, Robbie Sidhu, Midget call-up Logan Daneluk, and Brighton...
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Flyers impress in Grande Prairie

    The Flyers had a fairly complete 60-minute effort on Saturday, as they beat the Athletics 6-1 in Grande Prairie.   Andrew Derton scored a goal and two assists, with Jeff Shipton, Ian Munro, Matt Shuya, Adam Horst, and Tyler Loney also...
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Below is all the information you could ever need about the Olympic Torch Relay event in Fort St. John, BC on Sunday January 31st, 2010. Quick Facts on Olympic Torch Relay  Date:              Sunday, January 31,...
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By Energeticcity.ca Staff Thanks to the City of Fort St. John, the City of Dawson Creek and Motion Media, you'll now be able to watch the Olympic Torch Relay in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek, live on Energeticcity.ca With...
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Attempted Murder in Dawson Creek

By Energeticcity.ca Staff The Dawson Creek RCMP are investigating an attempted murder. On January 29th, 2010, at approximately 3am, the Dawson Creek RCMP were called to a residential address after receiving a report of a stabbing. The victim, a man in his...
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 Below is a list of community events for this weekend.  The list has been provided by the Fort St. John Visitor Information Centre ...
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Huskies send Wheelers a message

The Grande Prairie Wheelers have been quietly sneaking up on Fort St. John in the race for second place in the NWJHL. But on Friday night, the Huskies made a loud statement with a dominant win over Grande Prairie. The Huskies...
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Telus improves cellphone 911 service

By Energeticcity.ca staff Telus is bumping-up its wireless 9-1-1 service in the northeast. The communications giant announced it's moving into Phase Two of it's plan to track cellphone 9-1-1 calls to a precise location. ...
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By Christine Rumleskie The Fort St. John BC Liquor Store is once again the champion of a province-wide teddy drive. The local branch received confirmation on Friday that it was the top seller - for the seventh year in a row...
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The Chief of the Fort Nelson First Nation is expressing her distress with the Province's decision to grant an Environmental Assessment (EA) certificate to the Cabin Gas Plant project. As reported on Thursday, an EnCana led consortium has been...
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Fort St. John will be represented by five teams, at the Peace Curling Association’s Senior District Championships this weekend in High Prairie. On the men's side, Randy Maxwell and Gary Ollenberger's rinks will battle with six other Peace...
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By Energeticcity.ca staff The Child Development Centre in Fort St. John received a generous donation this week. Canadian Natural Resources donated $30,000 towards the CDC's Build-a-Fort project on Tuesday. The Calgary-based company specializes in oil and natural...
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By Christine Rumleskie With just two days until the 2010 Olympic Torch comes to town, Vanoc has released a full list of torchbearers in the Peace Region. A total of 49 torchbearers will be hitting the streets of Dawson Creek, Tumbler...
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Photo: On Thursday, Director Lori Ackerman presents the Regional District with an award for its support to the Highway 37 Coalition. The Coalition was vital for establishing the need of a transmission line on Highway 37 - Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca By Christine...
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Map:  This map from EnCana shows the location of the Cabin Gas Plant - Submitted By Energeticcity.ca staff A proposed gas facility near Fort Nelson is one step closer to reality. That's because EnCana Corporation has been given an environmental assessment certificate...
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