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Burial site desecration

Band seeks resolution with BC Parks for ongoing problems
Gas leak shuts down section of Joyce

Gas leak shuts down section of Joyce

Mini excavator hits line during dig

Cool wet summer leaves levels high

Lots of snow and a cold summer bring high lake levels
Treatment facility raises issues

Treatment facility raises issues

Proponents plan rehabilitation program for women in residential area

Quick Peak: August 24, 2011

Layton dies – Canada’s flag flies at half-staff over the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill to mark the death of Jack Layton, leader of the federal New Democratic Party. Layton died just before 5 am on Monday, August 22 of an undisclosed form of cancer.

Council okays budget bump

GE Water rep to visit Westview plant
Drive-thru receives unlikely customer

Drive-thru receives unlikely customer

Black bear places overnight order

CrimeStoppers: August 17, 2011

Week of August 9 to 15, 2011 Total calls for service = 77 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 5 Break and enters = 3 Thefts = 6 Mischief = 4 1. August 9 5400 block Borden Place Police received a report of a suspicious occurrence.

Province places eyes on the road

Cameras to help travellers know when its good to go

Quick Peaks: August 17, 2011

Host families sought Canada World Youth is still looking for families to host visitors from Canada and Vietnam during their stay in Powell River with the international education program.
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