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Dave Lueneberg

Curious by nature, Dave joined Alaska Highway News in January 2022 as a reporter and photographer. With close to 20 years in radio and television, this is Dave's first opportunity to work for a newspaper. A former district councillor in Taylor, he's called the Peace River country his home since 2009. While his focus is on sports, Dave is also involved in covering local councils and breaking news stories from around the region. In his spare time, he can be found curled up on the couch with his two cats, Taylor and Oreo. He also enjoys getting outdoors on his mountain bike, cats in tow, or cooking a good meal for friends.

Phone
250 785 5631
Email
sports@ahnfsj.ca

Recent Work by Dave

Former Fort Nelson mayor Bill Streeper dies

Former Fort Nelson mayor Bill Streeper dies

Remembered for his passion, tenacity, love of community, by local leaders
Blueberry River launches new company, introduces CEO

Blueberry River launches new company, introduces CEO

Outgoing Fort St. John mayor Lori Ackerman to head new resources venture
PRRD challenges validity of election results

PRRD challenges validity of election results

New Area C ballot results released Tuesday: Suzanne Haab 234, Brad Sperling 231
Battleship Mountain blaze being held, first time since Aug. 30

Battleship Mountain blaze being held, first time since Aug. 30

B.C. Wildfire Service to also drop "Wildfire of Note" designation Sunday morning
Initial investigation complete on Snowbirds crash in Fort St. John

Initial investigation complete on Snowbirds crash in Fort St. John

Improperly assembled oil filter behind hard landing of aerobatic jet Aug. 2
"They're funding three tires. You can't go anywhere with three  tires."

"They're funding three tires. You can't go anywhere with three tires."

Fort St. John mayor uses analogy to describe province's funding shortfall
Probe begins into Snowbirds crash

Probe begins into Snowbirds crash

Safety investigators with Canada's military in Fort St. John looking into a possible cause
Fort St. John Friendship Society approved for Foundry Centre

Fort St. John Friendship Society approved for Foundry Centre

Concept offers youth and young adults a place to go and talk
Producers facing more challenges than just weather this spring

Producers facing more challenges than just weather this spring

Price of fuel and B.C.'s carbon tax cutting into the bottom line: "Between incredibly high fertilizer prices, fuel prices, parts prices, and seed, we’re going to be spending in the area of $6000 per hour. We’ve never spent this kind of money before.”
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