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A face for New York - area business woman, mom will be featured on Times Square billboard

A face for New York - area business woman, mom will be featured on Times Square billboard

For 15 seconds twice each hour over the next two weeks – a Peace region face will be front and centre on a Times Square billboard. Bright lights, big city.
Frontline and essential workers saluted: Dawson Creek featured in new Huey Lewis and the News video

Frontline and essential workers saluted: Dawson Creek featured in new Huey Lewis and the News video

"Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?" Mirror managing editor and daughter feature in new video from band.
Good day sunshine, City of Dawson Creek releases annual SOFI list of employees making more than $75K

Good day sunshine, City of Dawson Creek releases annual SOFI list of employees making more than $75K

Colloquially called the Sunshine List, the City of Dawson Creek has released its 2019 Statement of Financial Information or SOFI list. The list notes who made more than $75,000 in 2019.
Drug activity, organized property crimes, and crime trending down - a Q & A with the DC RCMP

Drug activity, organized property crimes, and crime trending down - a Q & A with the DC RCMP

Crime Severity Index (CSI) of Dawson Creek has consistently remained higher than the provincial average and national averages for the previous five years, however 2020 sees crimes trending downward
The shooting of James McIntyre at Site C open house: five years on

The shooting of James McIntyre at Site C open house: five years on

Five years ago Peace Valley farmer Terry Hadland , disrupted a BC Hydro event, flipping tables and tearing up maps at a Site C open house – then still a $8.8 billion proposal.
Suspects flee DC RCMP, leads to seizure of loaded weapons

Suspects flee DC RCMP, leads to seizure of loaded weapons

Police dog 'Hammer' aids in apprehension of suspects. Loaded sawed-off shotgun and a loaded .22 handgun found.
DC charges laid for counterfeit currency

DC charges laid for counterfeit currency

Late last month, the Dawson Creek RCMP were informed of a counterfeit $50 bill had been used in Dawson Creek. On July 7 the ongoing investigation positively identified Wynter Scott, 41, as a suspect involved.
Swaffield slays 2019/20 season

Swaffield slays 2019/20 season

The 2019-20 Alberta High School Rodeo season was anything but normal, but in the end, Brooke Swaffield ended a season the way she had two times before — as provincial barrel racing champion.
Library provides youth with 2020 reading club

Library provides youth with 2020 reading club

Dawson Creek reading clubs start today in the city, and online. The Dawson Creek Public Library is taking a digital approach for this year’s summer reading club, encouraging kids to sign up for the BC Library Association’s virtual club.
Rimrock Wildlife rehab centre the first of its kind in the Peace Region

Rimrock Wildlife rehab centre the first of its kind in the Peace Region

Jason and Corinna Harvey realized in 2019 there was no rehab centre for injured wildlife near their home in Dawson Creek. Enter the Rimrock Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre