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Kodiaks lost to Vipers, 2-1

Kodiaks lost to Vipers, 2-1

The Dawson Creek Hodiaks were at home for the second straight night, September 25, to host the Sexsmith Vipers. It was once again a very close, tight game, but the Kodiaks came up short, 2-1, to fall to 0-2 on the season.
Shreddin' it

Shreddin' it

Skateboards and concrete, a classic combo. Beats skateboards and snow.
Kodiaks drop season opener 4-3 to Huskies

Kodiaks drop season opener 4-3 to Huskies

Kodiaks debut new name in DC.
More than 22K raised with Dawson Creek Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign

More than 22K raised with Dawson Creek Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign

Smiles for miles.
B.C. reveals full extent of COVID-19 hospitalizations

B.C. reveals full extent of COVID-19 hospitalizations

152 additional B.C. hospital beds now known to be occupied with people who have had COVID-19
Emergency training exercise at Younger Extraction Plant on Sept. 27

Emergency training exercise at Younger Extraction Plant on Sept. 27

A full-scale emergency response training exercise will take place at Pembina's Younger Extraction Plant on Monday, Sept. 27.
Flights over the ridge

Flights over the ridge

Ridge Rotors has been flying in the Peace since 2003, with no plans to land.
B.C. records most COVID-19 infections in a day since August

B.C. records most COVID-19 infections in a day since August

Serious COVID-19 infections continue to clog hospitals, ICUs
Walmart firebug picks up Mackenzie drug possession sentence

Walmart firebug picks up Mackenzie drug possession sentence

Expected to appear in November for Walmart fire sentencing.
Circuit breaker being planned for Peace region?

Circuit breaker being planned for Peace region?

A provincial representative says a circuit breaker with increased public restrictions and more could be in the cards for the Peace region - if vaccination rates and numbers do not improve.