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Prince George Spruce Kings held off scoresheet a second time in 2021 by Chiefs

Prince George Spruce Kings held off scoresheet a second time in 2021 by Chiefs

Mathieu Caron stands tall once more
B.C. sets new records in COVID-19 hospitalizations, active cases while adding 1,205 infections

B.C. sets new records in COVID-19 hospitalizations, active cases while adding 1,205 infections

Three new deaths recorded in B.C.
Two active WHL goalies have reached 4K career saves. Prince George Cougars' Taylor Gauthier is one of them

Two active WHL goalies have reached 4K career saves. Prince George Cougars' Taylor Gauthier is one of them

That's a lot of pucks!
Public asked to help RCMP find missing Prince George man

Public asked to help RCMP find missing Prince George man

Hayden Alwood may be en route to Dawson Creek based on social media comments
Prince George airport to keep air traffic control tower following Nav Canada decision

Prince George airport to keep air traffic control tower following Nav Canada decision

Studies concluded on potential closure of seven towers in Canada
Mackenzie Pulp Mill closing permanently due to COVID-19, lack of local economic fibre

Mackenzie Pulp Mill closing permanently due to COVID-19, lack of local economic fibre

Mill was originally curtailed last June
Prince George COVID-19 cases increasing amid provincial infection surge

Prince George COVID-19 cases increasing amid provincial infection surge

City inching back towards 100-case mark
Warm Prince George temperatures may lead to potential flooding risks: RDFFG

Warm Prince George temperatures may lead to potential flooding risks: RDFFG

High streamflow advisory in effect in Nechako River Basin
BC Hydro customers west of Prince George to experience hours-long planned power outage

BC Hydro customers west of Prince George to experience hours-long planned power outage

Crews working on equipment on April 28, 2021
A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C.

A mother speaks out amid bid to decriminalize personal drug use in B.C.

Thomas Poulson died of an overdose in April 2020, at 26 years old. He was a class clown who made friends easily and loved playing hockey, piano, guitar and the drums.