Cedric awards deadline extended

Senior writers are getting an extra month to submit their work to the third annual Cedric Literary Awards

Nine year old’s discovery rocks with variety of fossils

Last summer on a family excursion near Chapman Lake, nine year old Brody Ehrlich was out looking for materials to make a teepee

Westcoast connector seeks another LNG connection

A pipeline that would have supplied natural gas to the Prince Rupert LNG project remains an active project

Planned LNG plant shelved

Shell Canada recently announced the end of any further development of the Prince Rupert LNG project on Ridley Island near Prince Rupert

New Wet’suwet’en judge

As a member of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation, judge Karen L. Whonnock grew up on a farm in Evelyn near Smithers

LNG pipeline revenue deals set

The provincial government has stepped in and decided how millions of dollars will be divided up among First Nations

Here’s a look at what’s ahead

Festival of the Performing Arts and Verdi’s ‘Nabucco’ live from New York 

Bike tour to pass through Burns Lake

The B.C. Bike Ride North opened their registration on Feb. 7

Arts council’s news and events

L’Amour de Loin: Live in HD from New York and scholarship applications

One driver dead from multi-truck collision on Highway 27

A multi-collision incident involving three logging trucks and one car near Fort St. James left one driver dead

Cedric literacy awards are expanding

Starting Feb. 1, writers of fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry are encouraged to submit their manuscripts

Art events coming up in the region 

The Lord of the Flies; on the road touring and training workshop; Coldsnap Music Festival in Prince George

Fort St. James ski club sees improvements

A northern B.C. ski hill is now better equipped to maintain trails and extend the season for local skiers and snowboarders

Christmas is about God’s love for all

“Fear not, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be for all people

Woman found guilty of accessory to Bjornson murder

Teresa Marie Charlie has been found guilty of accessory to murder, after the fact, in the 2012 death of Fribjon Bjornson.

NDP calling for an end to grizzly trophy hunting

Guide outfitter says ban would be wasteful and hurt economy 

Father asks for change after death of his daughter

He says there is a troubling logging truck culture in B.C.

Northwestern B.C. airline company declares bankruptcy

Creditors of Hawkair will be meeting in Terrace on Dec. 12, 2016 for the latest financial information

Virtual medical consultations

A Canadian telehealth company has launched virtual medical consultations

Major improvement to ski club’s biathlon range

The new range includes 16 shooting lanes with covered targets