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Hanna Petersen

Hanna Petersen

Born and raised in Prince George, Hanna Petersen is a graduate of UNBC. She then abandoned her hometown for the East Coast, graduating with a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in the process. Upon returning to her home province, she worked as a reporter on northern Vancouver Island but is now more than happy to be back in good, old PG. Find her on Twitter, @hannaepeter.

Recent Work by Hanna

UPDATE: Prince George crews concluding repairs to Sixth Avenue water mains

UPDATE: Prince George crews concluding repairs to Sixth Avenue water mains

Water service also restored to Southridge residents after Tuesday’s burst
Second possible targeted shooting in Prince George leads to arrests in Willow River

Second possible targeted shooting in Prince George leads to arrests in Willow River

Mounties believe this is not related to current attempted murder investigation
Public asked to avoid Willow River as Prince George RCMP involved in ongoing incident

Public asked to avoid Willow River as Prince George RCMP involved in ongoing incident

Police Dog Service Unit, North District Emergency Response Team are on scene
Blowing snow causes travel advisory on Highway 97

Blowing snow causes travel advisory on Highway 97

Know before you go
‘I’m thrilled to have the opportunity’: SD57’s new superintendent gets to work

‘I’m thrilled to have the opportunity’: SD57’s new superintendent gets to work

Anita Richardson’s role as superintendent became effective Jan 1
Bait property nabs thief in downtown Prince George

Bait property nabs thief in downtown Prince George

Ulysses Sydney Nicholas was arrested at the scene
Prince George crafters are sewing items for Australian wildlife injured in bushland fires

Prince George crafters are sewing items for Australian wildlife injured in bushland fires

Crafters are sewing joey pouches and other items for Australian wildlife
Prince George’s cold spell will start to lift on Thursday: Environment Canada

Prince George’s cold spell will start to lift on Thursday: Environment Canada

And then comes more snow
Third annual Teen Art Showcase seeking submissions from Prince George teens

Third annual Teen Art Showcase seeking submissions from Prince George teens

Library saw 60 per cent increase in submissions last year
'Be kind to people': Prince George extreme weather shelters operating overcapacity during cold spell

'Be kind to people': Prince George extreme weather shelters operating overcapacity during cold spell

“Shelters have extra beds and they open 24 hours for drop-in.”