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Police chase leads to arrest

Police chase leads to arrest

On February 27, 2021 at approximately 5:10am, Dawson Creek RCMP officers were on patrol in Dawson Creek when they noticed a vehicle driving in a suspicious manner.
Site C dam will continue; cost pushed to $16 billion

Site C dam will continue; cost pushed to $16 billion

Project over 50% complete, province says
Site C announcement today

Site C announcement today

Update: Premier John Horgan said Friday the province will continue building the Site C dam on the Peace River following the latest economic and geotechnical reviews of the now $16-billion project. Click here to read more.
Take a seed, leave a seed

Take a seed, leave a seed

Good news for green thumbs, seed libraries are still up and running at both the Chetwynd Public Library, and Taylor Public Library. The seed library in Chetwynd started in 2016, one of the first in the region.
High School Rodeo update

High School Rodeo update

While winter is very much still alive in the Peace Region, the B.C. High School Rodeo Association is starting to anticipate the return of the rodeo season.
Positive COVID-19 test leads to patient death

Positive COVID-19 test leads to patient death

Northern Health says Dawson Creek and District Hospital is dealing with nine patients and three staff who have tested positive for COVID-19 - and one death.
Crystal Cup committed to return in 2022

Crystal Cup committed to return in 2022

The sad news is there will be no Crystal Cup Pond Hockey Challenge or Sid Davis Youth Memorial Challenge for the second year in a row. The good news is organizers are adamant the event will return with a bang in 2022. "We'll be back in February 2022.
Crystal Cup postponed for second year, moved to 2022

Crystal Cup postponed for second year, moved to 2022

Hockey players eager to challenge for the Crystal Cup will have to wait one more year, as organizers announced today the event will be postponed to February 2022.
Fentanyl, benzos a lethal combo in street drugs

Fentanyl, benzos a lethal combo in street drugs

Opioids continue to take lives in the new year, with Northern Health and the First Nations Health Authority issuing an overdose warning last month that a lethal mix of benzodiazepines have been found in street drugs in the region.
Indoor and outdoor adult sports banned, youth sports revert to Phase 2

Indoor and outdoor adult sports banned, youth sports revert to Phase 2

All indoor and outdoor sports in B.C. for people 19 and older are banned, per the PHO. The details of the order announced by Dr. Bonnie Henry yesterday were announced this afternoon.