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Dawson Creek flood could benefit fish

Dawson Creek flood could benefit fish

Replacing creek crossing with bridges, fish-friendly culverts would connect Pouce River, Dawson Creek
City takes legal action after ‘vicious’ dog attack

City takes legal action after ‘vicious’ dog attack

Pit bulls attack Golden Retriever in Willowbrook area
Tourism Dawson Creek saved, but funding scaled back

Tourism Dawson Creek saved, but funding scaled back

Advisory board to oversee slimmed-down tourism office
Northeast B.C. court docket Aug. 15-19

Northeast B.C. court docket Aug. 15-19

Dawson Creek: Payden Troy Hingley (born 1996) was sentenced to a 4 month conditional sentence, 12 months of probation, handed $700 in victim surcharges and ordered to pay $173 in restitution for two counts mischief $5,000 or under and five counts, br
Northern Lights College to get new $33 million trades training centre

Northern Lights College to get new $33 million trades training centre

New building to feature training spaces for the welding, carpentry and wind turbine maintenance programs
Ranch Day takes over Sweetwater farm Aug. 20

Ranch Day takes over Sweetwater farm Aug. 20

Mattson family opens up ranch yet again
Benefit dinner on August 27

Benefit dinner on August 27

A benefit dinner and dance is slated at Cutbank Community Hall on Sat. Aug. 27 for a man severely injured in a single car rollover on July 25.
Truck rollover closes 219 Road

Truck rollover closes 219 Road

No estimate was given for when the road may be reopened
Alaska Hotel rebuild stalls

Alaska Hotel rebuild stalls

Plans to rebuild the Alaska Hotel, the iconic Dawson Creek pub that went up in flames in 2012, have stalled. Owner Charles Kux-Kardos said he has lost contact with a business partner who would have managed the pub.
UPDATE: Dawson Creek Council approves rainbow crosswalk proposal

UPDATE: Dawson Creek Council approves rainbow crosswalk proposal

Rainbow crosswalks will soon be painted in front of South Peace Secondary School, making Dawson Creek the latest B.C. city to adopt the symbol of support for the LGBTQ community. Dawson Creek City Coun.