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A Cold Roubaix Cup Race

The 2009 Blizzard Roubaix Cup will go down as the coldest, snowiest, nastiest version in its 12 year history.       Pat Ferris swept the 3 race series with a win at Sunday's Two Rivers Roubaix in a time of 1:01:46 hours for the hilly 27 km circuit. Gary Hilderman edged out Peter King for second place with 1:03:20.   Barb Polehoykie was...

Moose Bucks – How you could win $25,000 US

Now is your chance to win $25,000 US.  But that’s not all.  You could also win a $2,500 Camping Package from Backcountry, a $2,500 BBQ and Patio set from Sears or a $2,500 Shower from Canwest Building Supply or an instore credit. All you have to do to enter is visit one of the following locations:  Backcountry...

Flyers bounce back to even series

Flyers win 8-2 over Grande Prairie Athletics The Flyers needed to bounce back after their poor outing in game three, and they did so in style, in a game four blowout on Saturday night. Ryan Carter made an immediate impact in his first game of the playoffs, scoring on his first shift,...

Council to hear Property Tax Ratio Report Monday

Fort St. John City Council will hear Dr. Hamilton’s report on Tax Ratio’s at special meeting Monday. The meeting will take place at 1:30, prior to the regularly scheduled Council Meeting.  Dr. Hamilton was hired by Council to determine if the method by which the City divides total property taxes among the property classes should be adjusted.  There are seven...

Apartment Fire in Taylor

The Fort St. John RCMP and the Taylor Fire Department responded to a report of a fire inside an apartment building in Taylor. The fire was located at 10548 102nd Street in Taylor.  The fire started in a vacant apartment on the second floor.  The fire was first noticed by three tenants on the third floor who began...

Three Chetwynd residents killed in collision near Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek RCMP have released the names of the three Chetwynd residents killed Saturday morning in a two vehicle collision on Highway 97S about 30 KM south of Dawson Creek. Deceased are:Terry Norris, 50 years old of ChetwyndCandice Norris, 25 years old of ChetwyndDarryl Marshall, 29 years old of ChetwyndThe three deceased were traveling to Dawson Creek to attend...

Three dead following accident by Dawson Creek

Three people are dead following a two vehicle accident Saturday morning on Highway 97 south of Dawson Creek. At approximately 10:35am Saturday morning there was a two vehicle collision about 30km south of Dawson Creek.  The driver and two passengers of a north bound passenger car appear to have crossed the roadway and were struck by an oncoming...

FSJ student gets $15,000 and wins Top Grad award from Premier

Advanced Education and Labour Market Development Minister Murray Coell presented 17 high school graduates with a Premier's Excellence Award in recognition of their academic achievements, community service and involvement in extra-curricular activities. Brittney O'Neill of Fort St. John was one of the award recipients.  Each student received a commemorative medal and $15,000 to attend a public post-secondary institution...

DC Drug grow op bust brings in the largest cocaine seizure

The Dawson Creek RCMP now say a recent grow op bust contained the largest seizure of cocaine made in the Peace Country in many years. The RCMP say the cocaine has a total street value of $100,000, the largest bust in DC History.  They also released the names of the two people found in the home.  Dennis Ewonchuk,...

Pat Pimm wins Liberal nomination on the third ballot

Former Fort St. John City Councillor and small business owner Pat Pimm and won the BC Liberal nomination at a meeting held Friday night in Fort St. John at the Pomeroy Hotel. Liberal members in Fort Nelson listened into the speeches in the Wood Lands Inn.Pimm won on the third ballot - exact voting results are not released by...

Vandalism at Centre Dining

The Fort St. John RCMP responded to a commercial alarm at Centre Dining at approximately 1:15am on March 21st. Police located the lid from a city garbage can thrown through the front window of the business.  The Fort St. John RCMP is looking for the public's assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for the vandalism. Anyone with...

City Council Agenda for March 23 2009

Fort St. John City Council will hold its regular meeting Monday March 23rd beginning at 3pm.  This meeting will also include a special presentation from Dr. Hamilton about property tax ratio's.  That meeting will start at 1:30pm. Click Here for the Council Information Package for the meeting Click Here for the Meeting Agenda

Events Happening Saturday March 21

Here is a list of events taking place today in Fort St. John10:00 AM - 02:00 PM  Pie, Book & Knick Knack Sale 10:00 AM - 02:30 PM  Spring One-Stop Registration 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM  Pre-School Storytime 11:00 AM - 03:00 PM PERFECT Conditions for 5th Annual Taylor Sled Dog Races 01:00 PM  The Backyardigans 04:00 PM  The Backyardigans 05:00...

Pat Pimm picked as Liberal Candidate

Liberal members in Peace River North have picked Pat Pimm to run in the May 12th election.Voting happened Friday night at the Pomeroy Hotel and the Woodlands Inn.  It took 3 ballots with 726 votes cast out of 1,200 members.We will have more on this story shortly.

A number of travel advisories in effect

The Ministry of Transportation has issued a number of Travel Advisories for roads in the Peace Country. The follow roads have advisories in effect: Highway 97 from MacKenzie to Taylor because of blowing snow and poor visibility Highway 2 from Dawson Creek to the Alberta border because of blowing snow and poor visibility Highway 29 from Hudson's...

Update: DC RCMP do not recommend travel in the South Peace

The Dawson Creek RCMP have currently responded to several motor vehicle incidents in the Dawson Creek and South Peace areas. Due to heavy snow coupled with poor visibility and slippery road conditions, the DC RCMP do not recommend travel unless absolutely necessary.The DC RCMP recommend that travel be limited until maintenance crews are able to clear snow and...

Live coverage of tonight's Liberal nomination race

Energeticcity.ca is providing live coverage from inside the Liberal Nomination Race taking place tonight at the Pomeroy Hotel and the Woodlands Inn.  Below are live updates from the event.  You must have flash installed to view the updates below.  Voting will end at 9pm and results are expected by 10pm.

2009 RocKIN the Peace Finalists Announced

After a record number of entries this year....the Kin Club of Fort St. John has picked the top 8 bands that will included on the 2009 RocKIN the Peace CD.  These 8 groups will also perform at the RocKIN the Peace Concert set for April 25th at the North Peace Cultural Centre in Fort St. John.Here is the listTeigan...
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