FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — From now until the end of the weekend, we are bringing you the top stories of each respective period of time.
Here are the stories that got the most attention from the beginning of January until the end of March.
After the death of a father and loving boyfriend, a GoFundMe page earned thousands of dollars to help support his surviving girlfriend and their baby together.
A man was abducted by multiple people, then taken to a rural location and shot multiple times. Managing to drag himself away back to the roadway, he was picked up and taken to hospital.
Two men from Vanderhoof were reported missing in January 2015, police locating their vehicle near Chetwynd.
A workplace injury that claimed the life of a Calfrac employee at a Progress Energy Well Site, near Wonowon.
A head-on collision on the Alaska Highway involving two pick up trucks left both drivers dead — one an 18-year-old man from Wonowon and one a 31-year-old man from Fort St. John.
Only half an hour into the year 2015, a fatal collision claimed the lives of three people east of Hudson’s Hope.
A collision involving one semi-truck rear ending another one at Mile 64 of the Alaska Highway resulted in the death of one of the drivers, and closed down the Highway for hours.
Ranging from ages 16 to 32, Fort St. John releases a list charges laid on the accused related to a major drug bust last fall. Many of the accused are from Fort St. John, but some are from other parts of B.C., including Prince George and the Lower Mainland.
An investigation that started in Chilliwack found ties to Northern B.C. in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John. Several arrests were made, search warrants issued, and millions of dollars of drugs seized.
One man passed away after an Avalanche trapped three of seven riders after they departed from Core Lodge, near Tumbler Ridge at the beginning of this year.