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5/22/2015

NLC in Tumbler Ridge receives 150-thousand dollars

South Peace MLA Mike Bernier, on behalf of B.C’s advanced education minister, Andrew Wilkinson, presented a cheque of 150-thousand dollars to the Tumbler Ridge Campus of Northern Lights College. The onetime cash injection will go towards new programming, such as workforce training courses, adult upgrading, computer and professional office skills. ... Read more
5/22/2015

Charlie Lake Weekend Spring Clean-Up

The Annual Charlie Lake Spring Clean-up takes place on Saturday, and organizers are hoping residents in neighbouring communities will help with beautification efforts. The Charlie Lake Conservation Society is inviting Peace Region residents to take part in this annual event, which focuses on restoring the boat launch and water front. ... Read more
5/22/2015

Drivers parking on sidewalks a common problem in Fort St. John

The city of Fort St. John has received complaints about people parking on sidewalks and they want to put a stop to this traffic bylaw violation. Fort St. John Bylaw Enforcement Supervisor Bonnie Isenberg says drivers parking on sidewalks are a common problem in the city but bylaw officers are ... Read more
5/22/2015

Drag Racing season kicks off this weekend at Northern Lights Raceway

Those who crave roaring engines, squealing tires, and fast cars will want to check out the FSJ Bracket Racing Association's Season Opener this weekend at Northern Lights Raceway. More than 100 vehicles making up five separate racing categories are expected to rip up the quarter mile stretch, some topping speeds ... Read more
5/22/2015

Dawson Creek Autocross Club ready to kick off season

After a lengthy winter break, members of the Dawson Creek Autocross Club will hit the pavement on Sunday at the Encana Events Centre for their first event this summer. Most of the drivers have spent the time off working on their cars and preparing them to achieve the fastest time ... Read more

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22.05.2015

No charges against Casey Kasem's widow after his children accused her of abuse

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Los Angeles prosecutors said Friday that they won't file elder abuse charges against Casey Kasem's widow despite efforts by three of the radio personality's children to have her prosecuted.

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22.05.2015

Venice officials shut down Icelandic Pavilion featuring working mosque in ex-church

MILAN - Venice officials have ordered the closure of a working mosque in an ex-church, set up as Iceland's exhibit for the 56th Venice Biennale contemporary art fair.

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22.05.2015

TLC pulls '19 Kids and Counting' amid reports of Josh Duggar sexual misconduct allegations

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - TLC pulled the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule on Friday, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against one of the stars, Josh Duggar, stemming from when he was a juvenile.

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