Saturday, October 02, 2010

Googles of October 2010

Our archive of items of interest for October delivered to our Podunkian portal.

October 31-- Plans in place for detox beds for Prince Rupert
October 31-- Prince Rupert Ducks and Sea Birds nee the community's help
October 31-- Helijet awarded eight year air ambulance contract
October 29-- Helijet awarded eight year air ambulance contract
October 29-- Hallowe'en fest sure to be a treat
October 29-- Helijet coming to Prince Rupert
October 29-- Prince Rupert City Council approves $333,000 in tax exemptions for 2011
October 29-- B.C. transport minister and port and rail executives heading to Asia to boost trade
October 28-- Tourism Study Focuses on Smithers, Whole NW Shares Benefits of Travelers
October 28-- Prince Rupert police still investigating teen's mysterious death
October 28-- Prince Rupert chosen to host Coy Cup provincial championship tournament
October 28-- Community has a responsibility says Prince Rupert RCMP
October 28-- Helijet awarded BC Ambulance Contract
October 28-- Helijet Awarded Air Ambulance Contract for Prince Rupert, Vancouver
October 28-- RCMP Say Investigation of Rupert Teen's Death Still "A Priority"
October 27-- More break-ins in Prince Rupert
October 27-- New rules make ferry passengers safer
October 27-- League overturns Rampage win
October 27-- Prince Rupert hoteliers discuss sewage fee concerns with council
October 26-- Credit Union hands out more than $20,000 in grants
October 26-- Lack of cat rescues a concern, but SPCA say resources needed
October 26-- The Northern BC region is a valuable part of who we are
October 26-- Audiologist welcomed
October 26-- Human trafficking the focus of forum set for next week
October 26-- Traffic, parking to be impacted on 2nd Avenue West
October 26-- Prince Rupert community groups explain need for tax exemption
October 26-- Prince Rupert groups ask for taxes to be waived
October 26-- Prince Rupert Mayor puts recycling hours cutback into perspective for one resident
October 25-- No timeline in place for return to normal traffic pattern in downtown Prince Rupert
October 24-- Rupert Midget Reps spoil Terrace Home Opener
October 24-- River Kings, Steelheads Win; Luckies Split with Stampeders
October 24-- Port of Tacoma container traffic down
October 24-- The Port of Tacoma's failing fortunes
October 24-- Out of the Shadows in Prince Rupert
October 23-- New regional audiologist starting next month
October 23-- Pile up involves Parked cars
October 22-- CIHL Action This Weekend
October 21-- Prince Rupert Primary Care Clinic still seeking patients
October 20-- Flu vaccination clinics underway in Prince Rupert
October 20-- Wolverines look forward to a strong season
October 19-- Local tourism numbers
October 19-- Hollywood Video now open for rentals in Prince Rupert
October 19-- Still No Sign of Prince Rupert man
October 18-- Human Trafficking and sexual exploitation conferences taking place in Prince Rupert
October 18-- Bundle up Prince Rupert, it's going to get chilly
October 18-- Rash of Prince Rupert Break and enters
October 18-- Uncarded players change Prince Rupert Rampage win into a loss
October 17-- Treat ‘Highway of Tears’ victims as women first, police told
October 15-- Community groups asked to defend tax exemption request
October 15-- No Word from Prince Rupert Man sparks concern
October 15-- Man vanishes en route to Kelowna
October 15-- Prince Rupert kids will have gifts under the tree
October 15-- Northern Health Appointees
October 14-- Dr. Charles Jago reappointed Northern Health Board Chair
October 14-- Power close to being restored
October 14-- Prince Rupert school district seeking input on the name of new middle school
October 13-- Rampage request denied
October 13-- Credit Union celebrates 70th
October 13-- Storm demonstrates need for a central communication mechanism in Prince Rupert
October 13-- Flexibility is the future of our online marketing
October 13-- Prince Rupert Company awarded construction contract
October 13-- Relationships the focus for conference
October 12--  Mayor adds support to minimum wage increase
October 12-- Northwest Corridor Development directors come to town
October 12-- Automatic defibrillators add to airport emergency response
October 12-- Rampage and Kings set to face off
October 12-- Stormy weather wrecks havoc on Northern B. C.
October 12-- Prince Rupert community recovering from weekend wind storm 
October 12-- Power out, gas line damaged after powerful NW BC windstorm
October 12-- Massive weekend windstorm creates havoc across northwest
October 10-- Weekend storm impact still felt in some communities
October 10-- Wind knocks out power throughout North
October 10-- Monster windstorm knocks out northwest power
October 9-- PNG's line interrupted to Prince Rupert, Port Edward
October 9-- Enrollment decline continues in Prince Rupert School District
October 8-- Fairview sees slight drop in September, but still well above 2009 numbers
October 8-- Rainmakers host last Thanksgiving B-ball Camp 
October 7-- Vandalism, policing and public safety focus of community meeting
October 6-- New boat half way complete
October 6-- Grow Op Arrest in Prince Rupert
October 6-- Ice Demons’ win opens new season over feisty Prince Rupert Rampage 
October 5-- Work continuing on inventory of commercial realty properties
October 5-- Minor hockey starts up 
October 5-- Changes to north coast maternity care causing concern 
October 5-- Annual Toy Run a huge success 
October 5-- Parent groups to split $52,060 in funding
October 5-- Prince Rupert Grow Op Busted 
October 5-- RCMP respond to over 400 service calls 
October 5-- RCMP seize 670 marijuana plants at home in Prince Rupert 
October 5-- Prince Rupert recycling changes
October 5-- Judicial staffing looks to remain a problem in Prince Rupert 
October 5-- Survival rates increase
October 4-- Highway of tears vigil an emotional one 
October 4-- CIHL Season Begins
October 2-- B.C. man becomes Canada's top cancer research fundraiser
October 1-- CIHL Season Starts Up This Weekend
October 1-- Coast’s judicial drought ends in October

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