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Briefly: January 13, 2012

Drinking driving penalties unfair A BC Supreme Court judge has ruled parts of the provincial government’s tougher drinking and driving penalties unconstitutional.

Typical home assessment dips

Property values decrease moderately or change slightly
Economic development agencies join forces

Economic development agencies join forces

Agreement sets a precedent in BC
Lawyers ask for more legal aid funding

Lawyers ask for more legal aid funding

Withdrawing services draws attention to insufficient resources
Fire guts Townsite building

Fire guts Townsite building

RCMP investigate fourth suspicious blaze in as many months
Education gives step up

Education gives step up

Students of all ages hone skills essential for work
Kings hold onto playoff berth

Kings hold onto playoff berth

Laid-back day leads to loss of two points

CrimeStoppers: January 11, 2012

Week of January 3 to 9, 2012 Total calls for service = 68 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 2 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 1 Mischief = 1 1. January 4 6800 Coburn Street Police responded to a report of a theft from a vehicle.

Quick Peaks: January 11, 2012

Ongoing action BC teachers have announced their refusal to supervise provincial examinations later this month as a part of their job action related to contract negotiations between the BC Teachers’ Federation and the BC Public School Employers’ Assoc

School Board Briefs January 11 2012

Scott welcomes new trustee