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Quick Peaks: July 30, 2014

City cries foul over geese City of Powell River staff members are going to take a gander at Mowat Bay’s Canada goose problems.

MLA plans on getting down to business

Shadow cabinet shuffle places Simons in familiar territory

Campus principal stepping down

Raaen will move into aboriginal education position

Police step up presence

August long-weekend partiers face another year of zero tolerance on Savary

Briefly: July 25, 2014

Campfires may burn again With cooler wet weather forecast for the next few days, Coastal Fire Centre lifted the campfire ban until hot weather returns after the weekend.

CrimeStoppers: July 23, 2014

Week of July 14 to 21, 2014 Total calls for service = 120 Impaired driving = 1 Assaults = 4 Break and enters = 1 Thefts = 3 Mischief = 5 1.

Quick Peaks: July 23, 2014

Pets may perish Despite repeated warnings, the BC SPCA has received a record number of calls this summer to rescue pets left in hot cars. The organization responded to 228 calls last month to rescue dogs in distress.

Organizations receive gaming grants

Over 30 selected for combined half million

University awards community living advocates

Ceremony recognizes work of Meeker and Taplay

Illegal hunting incurs charges

Roosevelt elk key to restoring herds throughout province