Happy Zelda day to those who celebrate
Stay cool and enjoy the weekend.
Happy Zelda day to those who celebrate. Look at these lines to buy it:
Stay cool this weekend. Smoky sky bulletin remains in place in Prince George.
I saw Theatre Northwest's production of Where You Are last night. I recommend it! I especially recommend having a pair of ladies in front of you who get really into every moment of the show (I mean this genuinely, it enhanced the experience of what was already a very engaging play).
Here’s what else is up:
Northern politicians call for standalone mental health and addictions facility in Prince George.
Prince George building permits slow down from 2022, still high.
“Councillors Brian Skakun and Trudy Klassen are seeking for city administration to report back on the feasibility of requiring numbered companies to disclose who the owners and directors of the company are.”
The airport is “cautiously optimistic 2023 will mark a return to normal.”
Prince George RCMP have ruled out foul play in the death of a woman who was found unconscious at a 1600-block Ingledew Street apartment building a week ago.
Dr. Ingrid Cosio of Prince George earns My Family Doctor Award.
Reuben Mann named valedectorian for ceremony number 2 at UNBC.
Studio 2880 adding a splash of watercolour to its next artist exhibit.
Inaugural SD57 Student Leadership Summit held at Duchess Park.
How do health inspectors give hazard ratings to Prince George restaurants?
Mother’s Day events include a tea and singing, storytime and 5K run.
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