Saturday, December 18, 2010

Podunk Below the Masthead, Friday, December 17, 2010

The Rampage remain atop the CIHL West, Tourism Prince Rupert outlines its thoughts on the cruise line cancellation and Shames Mountain is open, some of the items of note from our review of the news from Friday.

The Northern View
Prince Rupert Rampage defeat Terrace River Kings-- Details of the 5-3 Friday night victory of the Prince Rupert Rampage over the Terrace River Kings, providing a cushion for the local team in the CIHL west division standings (see article here)

The Northern View
Project manager provides update on Hays Creek Sewer Project work-- An update on the 1.8 million dollar Hays Creek Sewer Project  (see article here)

CFTK TV 7 News
Prince Rupert needs more retail options -- A review of some thoughts from the city's Tourism office in the wake of the recent cancellation of Prince Rupert as port call for 2012 by Norwegian Cruise Lines (see article here) (Sahar Nassimdoost provided this report for TV 7)

CFTK TV 7 News
PR Salvation Army -- Sahar Nassimdoost's video report on the helping hand of Rupertites to the Salvation Army over the Christmas season (see video report here)

CFTK TV 7 News
Shames Mountain opens this weekend-- Good news for local ski fans as the Shames mountain facility opens its doors this weekend (see article here)

CFTK TV 7 News
Terrace Skating Club Hosts Christmas Concert Saturday-- Terrace's Skating Club is set to present its Winter Festival on Ice production (see article here)

CFTK TV 7 News
Smithers Chamber of Commerce budget-- A look at the year end review for the Smithers Chamber of Commerce (see video report here)

Terrace Standard
Cancer care event planned-- Terrace council agrees to provide a letter of support for a Terrace area group seeking to bring a more integrated approach for cancer care to the community (see article here)

Terrace Standard
Gingolx gets new child care centre -- The Nass Valley celebrates the opening of a new Headstart Daycare centre (see article here)

Terrace Standard
Council protests rising police costs-- The City of Terrace makes plans to take its concerns to the Federal Government over the rising cost of its police services in the city (see article here)

QCI Observer
NaiKun cash position good until 2014-- NaiKun Wind provides a financial review that suggests they are  in a good cash position after restructuring and feel positive about their position leading into 2014 (see article here)

QCI Observer
Spirit Square stage a go-- The latest plans for development of Queen Charlotte City's spirit square (see article here)

QCI Observer
Sierra Club leader steps down -- The leader of the Sierra Club on Haida Gwaii has decided to step down and with him a few other members decide to take a break from the organizations work on the Islands (see article here)

KRBD Ketchikan radio
Council approves 2011 budget-- Details of the City of Ketchikan's 2011 budget (listen to radio report here)

KRBD Ketchikan radio
Rough weather stops fast ferries from sailing -- The State of Alaska's fast ferries stay in port in the wake of rough winter weather (see article here)

KRBD Ketchikan radio
Credit Union COO to serve two years for embezzlement -- A former Sitka Credit Union manager is sentenced to prison for embezzling 187,000 in operational money (listen to radio report here)

KRBD Ketchikan radio
2011 Sitka herring row quota tops 19,000 tons-- Herring fishermen in the Sitka area will target their highest quota ever in the spring (see article here)

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