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Portraits for Literacy contest

Join in the CNC Learning Hub and Fort St. James first annual Portraits of FSJ Literacy contest and capture the importance of literacy in everyday life. The photos that are entered will be used to promote literacy throughout Fort St. James. Submissions will be posted online and everyone will be encouraged to vote for their favorites.

Community Foundation of charitable funds set up

The Fort St. James Community Foundation Society became a reality recently when it was incorporated on March 21, 2011.
Two time Murray Ridge Ski Patroller of the Year

Two time Murray Ridge Ski Patroller of the Year

Greg Kodila was once saved by the ski patrol. As a teenager of about 16 years old, Greg was cut quite seriously by his own ski in a crash, and he remembers the snow turning red all around him as he bled out onto the snow. It was under a chair lift, and he even recalls people on the lift screaming when they saw him laying there bleeding. But luckily for Greg that day, ski patrollers responded in time, and staunched the flow of blood.
Murray Ridge Ski Patroller of the Year

Murray Ridge Ski Patroller of the Year

The recipient of this annual award is selected by the Ski Patrol members themselves. This is the second time that Greg has received this award.

Cottonwood Music Festival on the rocks?

Cottonwood Music Festival needs someone to take up the torch if it is going to happen this year. According to past organizer Lionel Conant, no one has stepped forward to put the festival together this year, and he simply can’t continue to do it without more help.
The pressure's on

The pressure's on

Dave Schemenauer nose presses down the box in Murray Ridge's terrain park on Saturday, March 26.
Spring has sprung in Fort St. James

Spring has sprung in Fort St. James

A playful lamb stands atop a pregnant ewe, as if it were the normal manner of doing things out at Kim’s Klips on Necoslie Road. There’s nothing like playful young animals to let us know that spring has truly come.
Northern knowledge

Northern knowledge

Ted Moffat of Northern Hardware in Prince George entertained and informed during the noon hour speaker series talk at CNC on customer service.
David Hoy kids throw rocks

David Hoy kids throw rocks

Daniel Repko throws a rock while curling with Lynne George's grade 6 class from David Hoy on Wednesday, March 16.
Big air

Big air

Quinn Moeller spots his landing during the Big Air competition at Murray Ridge on Sunday, March 14. The Ruckus.-sponsored event won Moeller a pair of new skis.