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October 21, 2017 6:54 am

Slave Lake Steps Up

Photo courtesy City of Prince George

Prince George, B.C. – Another community from  Alberta has stepped up to help displaced wildfire evacuees in British Columbia.

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Dog-Gone Creek

Purden Lake resident, 13-year-old Shawn Nydegger, with sign he made for an area creek (The following story is written by a young friend, Shawn Nydegger, who lives with his family at Purden Lake.  It is based on events that occurred last January, when the Nydeggers’ beloved dogs went missing for almost a week.  With Shawn’s Read full story (3 Comments)