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City officially opens waterfront

City officially opens waterfront

Dignitaries recognize contributions into 17-million worth of projects
Forest wardens last chapter in BC

Forest wardens last chapter in BC

Outdoor program teaches conservation and wilderness survival

Quick Peaks: November 2, 2011

Red tide Fisheries and Oceans Canada has extended a red tide closure to two more areas in the Powell River region.
CrimeStoppers: November 02, 2011

CrimeStoppers: November 02, 2011

Week of October 25 to 31, 2011 Total calls for service = 105 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 3 Break and enters = 2 Thefts = 5 Mischief = 9 1.

Briefly: October 28, 2011

Bear killings Four bears have been killed by Conservation Officers over the past few weeks in the Powell River area, prompting a reminder to reduce attractants in yards.

CrimeStoppers: October 26, 2011

Week of October 17 to 23, 2011 Total calls for service = 104 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 2 Break and enters = 3 Thefts = 13 Mischief = 12 1.

Teachers job action continues as report card time approaches

District superintendent believes strike is disrupting education

Quick Peaks: October 26, 2011

Rainy Day Lake Powell River Regional District directors are considering an application from the owner of a commercial fish hatchery for a licence to divert water from Rainy Day Lake.

Officials give nod to emergency service

Proposal would increase combined budgets by about 61000

School board trustees and three rural directors win by acclamation

All candidates meeting takes place next week for mayor and council positions
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