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McIntyre jury delivers five recommendations in Site C homicide inquiry

McIntyre jury delivers five recommendations in Site C homicide inquiry

The five person jury deliberating at an inquiry into the death of James Daniel McIntyre, 48, has delivered their verdict and recommendations.
Infinity Crafts look to snap up some creativity in the community

Infinity Crafts look to snap up some creativity in the community

Creative consultants are wanted in the community. April Floriant, owner of Infinity Crafts says the sky is the limit when it comes to the variety of craft ideas they are looking for from our local peace area crafters.
Shooter of James McIntyre testifies from behind mask

Shooter of James McIntyre testifies from behind mask

Civilian nearby offers to help RCMP by picking up knife after fatal Site C shooting in 2015
At least a three candidate race in the South Peace for MLA

At least a three candidate race in the South Peace for MLA

And then there were three. Incumbent Mike Bernier finds himself with at least a pair of challengers in the race to be the South Peace MLA come October 24.
Another coronavirus case announced for Dawson Creek

Another coronavirus case announced for Dawson Creek

Thursday brought 148 new cases of COVID-19 to BC - including one to a Dawson Creek car dealership. General manager at Browns' Chevrolet Buick GMC Ltd Aaron Powell informed customers and visitors to the store on Facebook today.
Dawson Creek’s Eva Hutchinson named Van Lunen Fellow

Dawson Creek’s Eva Hutchinson named Van Lunen Fellow

Eva Hutchinson, Principal at Mountain Christian School has been selected for a 2020 – 2021 fellowship through the Van Lunen Center for Executive Management in Christian Schools at Michigan’s Calvin University.
BC plans for a pandemic election

BC plans for a pandemic election

Voters will be expected to sanitize before and after they vote this October – regardless of their ballot choice.
Time for an election, says Premier John Horgan

Time for an election, says Premier John Horgan

"Now is the time," says Premier John Horgan, announcing a provincial election for October 24. "Let us address the differences we have now," he said justifying his decision this morning. "Waiting a year is time wasted." editor@dcdn.ca
Schools to be contacted through public health contact tracing

Schools to be contacted through public health contact tracing

Exposure events in schools will be dealt with through contact tracing, noted BC's health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Ecole Frank Ross has tested positive for COVID-19

Ecole Frank Ross has tested positive for COVID-19

A Dawson Creek grade two student at a second school, has test results pending.