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Kings stumble on the road

Octobers away game record remains poor

Council votes no on ballot question

Mayor Stewart Alsgard stands alone in seeking elector assent for co-treatment
Relief agency appreciates communitys generosity

Relief agency appreciates communitys generosity

Fundraising events net over 6000 to help victims of Japanese earthquake
Hydro representatives extol meters

Hydro representatives extol meters

Grid modernization enables two-way flow of electricity
Improved membranes cost less than earlier models

Improved membranes cost less than earlier models

Sales representative reports on changes to system used at the Westview plant
Negotiators initial final agreement

Negotiators initial final agreement

Community members and dignitaries celebrate a milestone in TlaAmin First Nations history

Briefly: October 21, 2011

CLBC concerns Sunshine Coast-Powell River MLA Nicholas Simons introduced a motion in the provincial legislature on Monday, October 17, calling for a halt to group home closures.
CrimeStoppers: October 19, 2011

CrimeStoppers: October 19, 2011

Week of October 12 to 16, 2011 Total calls for service = 83 Impaired driving = 5 Assaults = 2 Break and enters = 5 Thefts = 8 Mischief = 5 1.

Quick Peaks: October 19, 2011

Mussel recall Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) officials are warning the public about possibly contaminated mussels harvested from Okeover Inlet. The affected mussels, harvested by Aquatec Seafoods Ltd.

Crime bill ups sentences

Bill proposes to increase minimum sentences on drug and sexual assault crimes
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