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Bus company suspends service once again

Bus company suspends service once again

Public raises concerns over communication and reliability
Community rallies for refugees

Community rallies for refugees

Organizers raise awareness on humanitarian crisis

Kings gather momentum with two wins on road

Three games in two and a half days could be considered the ultimate BC Hockey League (BCHL) challenge and, judging by results over the weekend, this year’s edition of the Powell River Kings thrives on challenges.
Hockey team introduces new family rate

Hockey team introduces new family rate

Online ticket system saves time and money

Briefly: September 18, 2015

Wildwood hill concerns Concerns about drainage on the recently repaved stretch of Lund Street on Wildwood hill have surfaced after heavy rains put them to test. The $1.1 million project that widened the lanes along the 1.

City refining strategic plan

Workshop will help decide future direction

Coastal fire ban lifts

Campfires permitted within city campsite

Educational exchange coming

Delegation from Chinese city interested in Powell River opportunities

Quick Peak: September 16, 2015

Papermaker faces charges Catalyst Paper Corpor-ation was in federal court in Powell River Wednesday, September 9 facing pollution charges stemming from two separate incidents in 2012 where untreated waste water was allegedly discharged into Malaspina
Kings split pair in home openers

Kings split pair in home openers

In a continuation of the second round of playoffs against Nanaimo last spring, the Kings lost a tight 2-1 season opening battle on Saturday, September 12, but bounced back to take the rematch 3-2 on Sunday afternoon.
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