Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Podunk Below the Masthead, Monday, September 27, 2010

Details of a loss of life on the west side of the city, the region's recycling program may be changing its hours back to what they were earlier this year and Terrace remembers its Hockeyville days as they pass the torch on to Ontario, some of the items of interest for Monday's news files.

The Northern View
Prince Rupert RCMP provide details on weekend fatality-- The Northern View offers up details of an incident on Graham Avenue which resulted in a loss of life (see article here)

The Northern View
Cuts to recycling program could be reinstated in next budget-- What the region has taken away, the region may give back to its residents, and update on the recycling program at SQCRD (see article here)

Ceremonial Groundbreaking Held for First-of-its-Kind Plant in Terrace -- CFTK provides its report on the groundbreaking for the Global Bio-Coal Energy plant in Terrace (see article here) (see video report here)

Dundas Hockeyville-- With the Hockeyville torch getting passed from Terrace to Dundas, Ontario, CFTK follows the progress of the Terrace group as they pass the Hockeyville Cup to the organizers in Dundas (see article here)

Terrace Standard
They're in Hockeyville 2010 -- The Terrace organizers of Hockeyville 2009 are in Dundas, Ontario this week to help that community celebrate it's term as Hockeyville 2010 (see article here)

Terrace Standard
Airport Traffic holding steady-- The Terrace airport is on track to hosting 100,000 air movements for 2010, that statistic and other details on operations at the Terrace airport is part of a Terrace Standard story (see article here)

QCI Observer
Creek Floods-- A storm in early September  provided Haida Gwaii officials an opportunity to practice their emergency preparedness procedures at Queen Charlotte City (see article here)

KRBD Ketchikan
Crowded assembly candidate field-- Ketchikan's Gateway Borough Assembly has seven candidates seeking office, KRBD offers up details of the city's Chamber of Commerce forum of last Wednesday (listen to report here)

CBC News Northern BC Daybreak North
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