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20 days later: Search still on for missing Dawson Creek teen

20 days later: Search still on for missing Dawson Creek teen

Trackers from Saulteau First Nations joining the search
Man who led police on three-hour chase released on bail

Man who led police on three-hour chase released on bail

Amoz Bazinet faces 37 charges

Prism headlining Big Bam June Jam

In addition to ten live local acts, the band Prism will headline Saturday night of the Big Bam June Jam on June 11. The two-day festival runs June 10 and 11 with music starting at 7pm on Friday night.
Mahood joins Bamford, Nichols for Dawson  ‘Certified’ tour stop

Mahood joins Bamford, Nichols for Dawson ‘Certified’ tour stop

Beverley Mahood will take the stage with Gord Bamford and Joe Nichols on their Certified Country Tour in Dawson Creek at the Encana Events Centre on April 11.
The girl with diesel-powered dreams

The girl with diesel-powered dreams

Dawson Creek native Kelsie Epp is making a name for herself in the diesel motorsports world. The 27-year-old from Dawson Creek is looking to land herself a spot in the 2016 Diesel Power Challenge in Denver, Colorado in May.
Don't change those winter tires just yet, ministry warns

Don't change those winter tires just yet, ministry warns

Winter tire requirements end today in B.C., but the Ministry of Transportation is telling drivers they should still expect winter driving conditions at higher elevations like the Pine Pass.
Dawson Creek singer makes Billboard charts

Dawson Creek singer makes Billboard charts

Last month, Potter's single "Tragic" debuted on Billboard's Mainstream Indicator Chart—one step before the Top 40.
Folk group 100 Mile House to play Art Gallery April 10

Folk group 100 Mile House to play Art Gallery April 10

The latest band to grace the improvised stage at the Dawson Creek Art Gallery brings a unique brand of transatlantic folk peppered with beautiful harmonies and captivating lyrics.
Take a look in the Mirror

Take a look in the Mirror

A lawman, teacher and a doctor walk off a train and a community is born. But, the fourth estate is often forgotten in this story – the publisher.
Northern Health wants lead tests for SD 59 school water

Northern Health wants lead tests for SD 59 school water

Northern Health wants School District 59 to test drinking water at its facilities in the South Peace after elevated levels of lead were discovered at a Prince Rupert school last month.