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After 15 years as Dawson Creek's top civil servant, Jim Chute announces retirement

After 15 years as Dawson Creek's top civil servant, Jim Chute announces retirement

City has 18 months to replace Chute, a city employee of 36 years
Glucagon the answer to weight-loss, says Dawson Creek physician

Glucagon the answer to weight-loss, says Dawson Creek physician

Neveling is not promising a miracle cure, rather results based on 20-years experience in his more than 100 weight loss clinics abroad.
Archival project kicks off  at Dawson Creek Secondary

Archival project kicks off at Dawson Creek Secondary

Young and ...experienced alike meet for talk about the school.
In its 12th year, Sweetwater 905 fest splits into three events

In its 12th year, Sweetwater 905 fest splits into three events

Music festival runs June 11-12, followed by farm day and art show later this summer
Two people hospitalized after Jeep strikes motorcycle

Two people hospitalized after Jeep strikes motorcycle

Victims' status unknown, but police do not believe the injuries sustained are life threatening
Peace Region court docket May 30-June 3

Peace Region court docket May 30-June 3

A summary of sentencing in Peace Region courts for the week ending June 3.
Malawi girl on the move in Dawson Creek

Malawi girl on the move in Dawson Creek

Teen goes against the grain and pursues an education, thanks to Dawson Creek Rotary Interact
Calvin Kruk Centre wins big at Northern BC building awards

Calvin Kruk Centre wins big at Northern BC building awards

Building won the Best Overall Entry and Judge's Choice awards
Dawson Creek gas station without fuel as a result of supplier shortage

Dawson Creek gas station without fuel as a result of supplier shortage

Suncor shut down during Fort McMurray fire, as well as Edmonton refinery outage May 27 causing gas stations in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba to run out of fuel
Local shelters developing plan wildfire evacuations

Local shelters developing plan wildfire evacuations

Emergency plan is still in its infancy