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'Hurt, angry, frustrated': woman falling through the cracks after flood

'Hurt, angry, frustrated': woman falling through the cracks after flood

There's no way to put a dollar value on what Marilyn Wiebe lost in the flood . When the rising waters of Dawson Creek overwhelmed sewers along Chamberlain Drive, waste poured from the toilet and flooded Wiebe's basement.
City shuts down bid for night market at N.A.R. Park

City shuts down bid for night market at N.A.R. Park

Councillors say the idea goes against the city's goal to promote local businesses
Construction company looks to gift Calvin Kruk-adjacent land to city

Construction company looks to gift Calvin Kruk-adjacent land to city

A construction company is looking to gift five parcels of land to the City of Dawson Creek in exchange for a tax write-off. Lindberg Construction owns five vacant parcels behind the Calvin Kruk Centre in downtown Dawson Creek.
Enbridge looking to rent Dawson Creek office space after gas plant acquisition

Enbridge looking to rent Dawson Creek office space after gas plant acquisition

Oil and gas giant Enbridge is considering opening an office in Dawson Creek after acquiring a pair of natural gas plants in the region earlier this year.
'You are the architects of your own destiny': South Peace grads close the book on Secondary School

'You are the architects of your own destiny': South Peace grads close the book on Secondary School

Valedictorian honours shared between three students
Police investigate looting at flooded apartment

Police investigate looting at flooded apartment

Four TVs stolen from property left unlocked to air out after flood last week
Dawson Creek man swept up in drug busts previously convicted of manslaughter

Dawson Creek man swept up in drug busts previously convicted of manslaughter

Ryan Randolph Holden was found guilty of manslaughter in April 2011 after facing a first-degree murder charge.
School district approves field trips to the Arctic and China

School district approves field trips to the Arctic and China

A group of students from South Peace schools will travel to China next year, while one lucky student will board a Canadian Coast Guard ship and conduct experiments with researchers in the Arctic.
43 charged in year-long Peace Region drug investigation

43 charged in year-long Peace Region drug investigation

14 suspects still at large
Night market in the works for Dawson Creek

Night market in the works for Dawson Creek

Group taking proposal to city council Monday