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The Heart and Stroke Foundation have created a registry for 911 dispatchers outlining all available AEDs in a given community.
The Fort St. James toy and food driver raised over $11,000 at a fundraiser at North Arm Pub
The F.S.J. Minor Hockey Stars took home the silver place medal in the regional atoms tournament after a tense final game against Burns Lake.
Fort St. James municipal council received a proposal for partial funding of a town-wide access card for medical professionals.
Sasparilla Foxx along with two members of music group High Society rocked the North Arm Pub in Fort St. James last Friday, Nov. 28
Alcoholic beverages will be available at grocery stores throughout the province.
Pull Together, a fundraising group supporting First Nations legal claims has raised over $200,000 in less than four months.
Pull Together has increased their fundraising goals from $250,000 to $300,000.
Remembrance Day in Fort St. James 2014 was attended by hundreds of residents who braved the cold to show their respects.
LED light fixtures are illegal for use on numbered highways and can earn users hefty fine from the RCMP if not properly covered.
Friendliness, community spirit on display in Fort St. James.
Youth vote not a concern in Fort St. James candidates forum.
Jason Barr, of Vanderhoof, wants to rebuild and maintain the KDL Bike Park in Fort St. James.
A routine vaccination gone awry resulted in a possible transmission of HIV to a young girl in Fort St. James
The finals took place between Vanderhoof, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake and Burns Lake. Vanderhoof took the win.
A young girl, who has since moved to Prince George, was exposed to HIV during a botched immunization earlier this month in Fort St. James
The Fort St. James Falcons held their first track meet last weekend.
Skylar Barfoot, a four year old with a serious illness, was the inspiration for a fundraiser that truly embodied the meaning of community.
MP Nathan Cullen and conservationist Wayne Salewski were in Fort St. James for a conference on watershed stewardship.
Fort St. James martial artists took part in the B.C. Taekwondo cup and brought home 10 medals.