Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Podunk Below the Masthead Archives for September 2010

Our archive of the daily findings from Prince Rupert's various media sources, from the Northern View, CBC and CFTK News and other regional news outlets, we outline the main stories of the day for the month of September 2010.

September 30-- Don Krusel talks port development, The RCMP in Terrace receive some public assistance and details on a float plane incident off of Haida Gwaii last week, the highlights of the news day for Thursday. (see post here)

September 29-- The RCMP make arrests in a drug related case, Gary Coons wants more done for the Central coast in the wake of last weeks storms and Haida Gwaii residents are heading towards a by-election, some of Wednesday's news items of note. (see post here)

September 28-- Prince Rupert's EI numbers hold steady, a resignation at Regional District and the RCMP make an arrest in a child pornography case in Glen Vowell, some of the items of note from Tuesday's news files. (see post here)

September 27-- 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. (see post here)

September 24-- A familiar name is destined for a judgeship, the Rampage are ready for the upcoming season and Terrace gains a new industry, some of the items from Friday's news developments. (see post here

September 23-- The gun registry debate heats up in Ottawa, Watson Island progress is examined by CFTK and Enbridge takes its pipeline show to Terrace, some of the items of note from Thursday's news files. (see post here)

September 22-- Progress for Watson Island, the City examines permissive tax exemptions and plans to reduce a school trustee position in Kitimat don't get a warm reception, some of the items of interest for Wednesday. (see post here)

September 21-- A review of last week's Community meeting in Prince Rupert, Port Edward gains six months to offer up solutions to the school closure question and Watson Island spending still an issue of concern around the council table, some of the news items for a busy review of Tuesday's news offerings. (see post here)

September 20-- The Lester Centre is in line for a new roof, it's Library month and Enbridge brings its travelling show to Terrace, some of the items of note from Monday's news files. (see post here)

September 17--The Cops for Cancer tour comes to it's conclusion in Prince Rupert, Company officials at Kitimat's Rio Tinto Alcan smelter makes plans for its modernization plan and teachers in Terrace to learn new methods to enhance learning, some of the items of note from Friday's news files.  (see post here)

September 16-- Gary Coons offers his thoughts on the HST debate, questions of response in a Terrace area fire and Kitimat sees some progress on the Alcan modernization project, some of the items for Thursday's news review. (see post here)

September 15-- The Nisga'a repatriate some of their ancient artifacts, CityWest comes to the assistance of the School District and the Tour de North gets closer to the finish line. Some of the items of note for Wednesday. (see post here)

September 14--The Tour de North continues on towards Rupert, The Port embraces a green project and the latest news from the School District fill out our Tuesday roster of news items. (see post here)

September 13-- The tour de North continues towards Rupert, Enbridge says thanks but no thanks to Terrace and the Aquavan arrives in the city. Some of the items of note for Monday. (see post here)

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