Saturday, September 13, 2008

Googles of September 2008

From our inbox to your computer screen, the urgent missives we have received through the month of September on our Google Alerts...

Sept. 30-- Rail upgrade to Fort McMurray almost complete
Sept. 30-- Hearing Set for Former Teacher
Sept. 30-- More thefts from vehicles amongst over 220 calls to RCMP
Sept. 30-- Between the Devil and the Deep
Sept. 30-- RCMP seek witnesses to stabbing
Sept. 30-- First Nation Says It Doesn't Agree With North Coast Mayors
Sept. 29-- In the market for fear
Sept. 29-- Missing autistic boy from Ontario found in B.C.
Sept. 26-- Province to study power line
Sept. 26-- Missing woman sought
Sept. 25-- Prince Rupert's Macarenko formally launches new B.C. Ferries vessel
Sept. 25-- Dock work means no ferry to Charlottes for January
Sept. 25-- Village must keep its focus in CN fight
Sept. 23-- Demons back on ice - face newbie Rampage
Sept. 23-- Northern mayors support development projects
Sept. 21-- Alaska fishermen worry about industry's future
Sept. 20-- Wheelchair barred, man fumes
Sept. 20-- First nations voters may be left out because of new rules
Sept. 20-- Major drug trafficking ring raided
Sept. 19-- Police bust Prince Rupert drug ring with ties to Terrace, Kelowna
Sept. 19-- Province Boosts Locum Fees for Remote Communities
Sept. 18-- Teacher fired over sexual exploitation charges
Sept. 18-- Terrace drug-trafficking ring busted, 9 arrested
Sept. 18-- Nine people arrested after RCMP breaks up B.C. drug ring
Sept. 18-- Multi City, Multi Site Drug Bust
Sept. 18-- State fishermen worried about future of industry
Sept. 17-- Accused Teacher Dismissed
Sept. 17-- Prince Rupert mayor stresses similarities with Southeast
Sept. 17-- Drugs, firearms seized by Prince Rupert RCMP
Sept. 17-- Alaska fisherman worried over future of industry
Sept. 17-- Campaign off to slow start
Sept. 16-- Morhart carries Lib flag
Sept. 16-- High school enrollment to “go down sharply” in the future
Sept. 16-- Residents launch into accusations
Sept. 16-- RCMP respond to vehicle vandalisms, thefts and drugs
Sept. 16-- Windfarm Meetings Scheduled
Sept. 16-- Cruise memorable but not likely to be repeated
Sept. 16-- Prince Rupert school district fires teacher facing sexual abuse charges
Sept. 16-- B.C. salmon farm limits before provincial government
Sept. 16-- Will Skeena-Bulkley battle come down to a photo finish?
Sept. 15-- Tug runs aground
Sept. 15-- B.C. residents bring unsolved-murder campaign to Ottawa
Sept. 15-- Staying afloat
Sept. 15-- First-hand accounts of Spanish flu survivors: fear, nosebleeds, makeshift morgues
Sept. 14-- Will Prince George take off?
Sept. 12-- Nisga''s critics say opposition growing to Shell coalbed project
Sept. 12-- Natives push moratorium on Shell methane project
Sept. 12-- RCMP seeks help to keep aircraft aloft
Sept. 12-- Teacher gets jail in sex assaults
Sept. 11-- Tourism Prince George looking to round up support for tax
Sept. 11-- Tour de North Arrives In Rupert
Sept. 11-- Surplus gives teachers, funding back to Prince Rupert schools
Sept. 11-- Prince Rupert teacher gets 5 years for sexual abuse of special needs students
Sept. 10-- Realignment creates competition
Sept. 10-- Port problems could stall U.S. economic growth
Sept. 9-- Riding candidates set to hit the campaign trail
Sept. 9-- Export Trade Conference links Northwest with Alaska
Sept. 9-- Mayor seeks clarification on city contracts
Sept. 9-- Summer winds down with over 240 calls to local RCMP
Sept. 9-- City Contract Controversy
Sept. 9-- Teacher Sentenced for Sex Assaults
Sept. 9-- Southeast Conference meets on energy, jobs
Sept. 9-- Woman acquitted after trying to stab Mountie while high
Sept. 6-- Tour de North underway
Sept. 5-- BCBC Meeting In Prince George
Sept. 5-- Walk 4 Justice nears end of journey
Sept. 4-- Cops for Cancer Ride Again
Sept. 2-- Tourist numbers similar to last year
Sept. 2-- Education minister discusses funding and enrollment drop
Sept. 2-- New tourism plan aims to increase visitation to the city
Sept. 2-- Canada best to invest

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