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Dave Lueneberg

Curious by nature, Dave joined Alaska Highway News in January 2022 as a reporter and photographer. With close to 20 years in radio and television, this is Dave's first opportunity to work for a newspaper. A former district councillor in Taylor, he's called the Peace River country his home since 2009. While his focus is on sports, Dave is also involved in covering local councils and breaking news stories from around the region. In his spare time, he can be found curled up on the couch with his two cats, Taylor and Oreo. He also enjoys getting outdoors on his mountain bike, cats in tow, or cooking a good meal for friends.

Phone
250 785 5631
Email
sports@ahnfsj.ca

Recent Work by Dave

Bantam Trackers remain perfect

Bantam Trackers remain perfect

15-0 after three-straight road wins; two games to go before Christmas break
Cold, high wind chills expected to grip region until mid-next week

Cold, high wind chills expected to grip region until mid-next week

Outside temperatures will feel closer to -40 through this weekend
PRRD provides new funding to STARS

PRRD provides new funding to STARS

Air ambulance service to receive $510K over three years from regional district
Area C election candidates set for a rematch

Area C election candidates set for a rematch

B.C. Supreme Court rules last month's invalid, by-election date to be set
Northeast in need of paramedics

Northeast in need of paramedics

Community Futures hoping to bring in second training course in the new year
Cold impacts our animals too

Cold impacts our animals too

Two local veterinarians offer suggestions as winter comes early to the Peace
NLC signs MOU with Kodiaks

NLC signs MOU with Kodiaks

"One might say we have a leg up on the competition" - Kodiaks GM & coach Colby Wagar
Different results for Trackers clubs

Different results for Trackers clubs

Bantam Trackers go 2-for-2, Midgets lose first of the season
DCSS junior girls volleyball squad qualify for provincial championship

DCSS junior girls volleyball squad qualify for provincial championship

Penguins place third at zones; qualify for provincials with NPSS opting out
Busy four years ahead for PRRD

Busy four years ahead for PRRD

Communication, health care, oil and gas, agriculture, top the list