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The money raised will be going towards the Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment Fund. Money collected by the fund is used to acquire equipment that assists in the comfort, diagnosis, and treatment of local cancer patients. Each of the 42...
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Event Coordiator, Ted Sloan says the event is mostly youth driven, teens aged 14 -19, under the minor guidance of adults. “They’re proud of their city, their countries and want to celebrate with Fort St. John by hosting this free...
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The contest is open to youths ages 10 -21 that are Fort St. John residents or students enrolled in SD60 (including those outside of Fort St. John city boundaries). Participants may register as an individual or in the group...
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“It’s nice to see the community come out… instead of going to the store because it’s all homemade and locally grown,” Market Manager, Marvi Unruh said. "It’s kind of cool to see… there are actually lots of customer who...
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Last year was a struggle for the Sox as the team managed only two wins but through three games this season the club sits at 1-2. Their first set of games over the weekend will take place Saturday as they...
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This is because of some cracks they found during the semi-annual bridge checkup and crews are expected to be working from Monday June 2 – Friday June 6. Lane closures are from 7:00 p.m. - 3:30 a.m. and will continue...
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The rescinding of the current prohibition, as of noon today, applies to all BC parks, crown, and private lands. However, it does not apply within the boundaries of local governments, which have local forest fire prevention bylaws and are serviced...
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On Wednesday, RCMP raided a house in the 200 block of Crysdale Drive in Mackenzie, where a 24 year old male and a 22 year old female were found in possession of 9.5 ounces of methamphetamine and 2 ounces...
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Snow pack and runoff numbers do not suggest the Williston reservoir will reach its’ maximum level, says Community Relations spokesman, Bob Gammer. “We would need several large rainfall events to put us in a situation where a spill may be...
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Second place went to Tate Haugan as he finished in 26:53, and third was Nicki Haugan in 27:58. Finishing fourth was Darren Guliov in 28:35, fifth was Kristine Bach in 29:08, Heather McCracken took sixth after she clocked in at...
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There are a number of options for participants to choose from. There is a short course and a long course race. There is also a long course team event, and a junior event as well. In the duathlon competitors will run...
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The RCMP Serious & Organized Crime Unit in Edmonton are investigating telephone calls where the caller identifies himself as a member of the RCMP, demanding the collection of unpaid taxes or fines. “The scammers threaten jail time, legal action and...
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The initiative is part of the Harmonization Project, collaborating with the Canadian Cancer Society, B.C. Cancer Agency and Northern Health, along with researchers at the University of British Columbia and Athabasca University. “Most people who smoke are aware of the...
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Dawit Feyissa won the race itself with a time of 35:10. Second went to Bob Andrews as he finished his race in 35:32, and third was Sandy McDonald in 35:43. Taking fourth place was Gord Harris as he completed the...
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The reports says the trio, a resident from Fort St. John and Pouce Coupe, as well as a Whitehorse man were tossed into the water at about 6 p.m. last night when their jet boat overturned, about 400 kilometres north of Whitehorse. The craft and all...
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Thirty artists have registered for this year’s walk, giving residents of the community an opportunity to immerse themselves in an immense variety of art forms. On display are oil and acrylic painting, pottery, clay and metal jewellery, ceramics, photography and...
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In the junior division green defeated red 63-44. Kurtis Lee was the player of the game for green and the player of the game for red was Iris Wenger. Blue edged yellow by one point, 41-40. Hailey Forrester was the...
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The city says some of the benefits of planting a tree include, increased property value, removal of air pollutants and increased energy saving from the provided shade. They also say the program is in place to “encourage homeowners to...
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