Saturday, December 11, 2010

Podunk Below the Masthead, Friday, December 10, 2010

Prince Rupert City Council reviews a number of community requests for financial assistance, the RCMP in Prince Rupert begin their annual counter attack program and Massett decides against a new recreation centre and pool for the community, some of the items of interest from the Friday news review.

The Northern View 
City of Prince Rupert to consider over $1.7 million in community requests -- With budget considerations in full swing at City Hall, the City of Prince Rupert begins the process of reviewing some 1.7 million dollars in community requests (see article here)

CFTK TV 7 News
Don't drink and drive-- Prince Rupert RCMP launches its annual Holiday season counter attack campaign (see article here) Sahar Nassimdoost provided this video report for the CFTK evening news.

CFTK TV 7 News
Kitimat Chemo -- Chemotherapy services return to Kitimat and Northern Health explained the details behind that return (see video report here)

Terrace Standard
Moderate economic growth forecast--  According to the Independent Economic Forecast Council of BC the economy of the province is expected to grow moderately in 2011 (see article here)

QCI Observer
Four in running for Port Clements council position-- Four people have submitted their nomination papers for a position on Port Clements village council (see article here)

QCI Observer
North-end pool project dead in the water, GMDC to concentrate on disposing of assets -- The Greater Massett Development Corporation is abandoning plans for a new recreation centre and pool and is moving ahead with plans to demolish the former CFS Massett buildings (see article here)

QCI Observer
Election results, Old Massett -- Old Massett election results are released from council elections held December 6 (see article here)

KRBD Ketchikan Radio
Bishop discusses priest's removal -- The Bishop  of Juneau diocese arrives in Sitka to address issues surrounding events at St. Gregory Catholic Church in the community (listen to radio report here)

KRBD Ketchikan Radio
Feds offer shrimpers business assistance-- An American federal program offers shrimpers in the state up to 12,000 dollars to improve their business (see article here)

CBC News Northern BC 
Daybreak North Daybreak North is only posting selected items on their website now.

The most recently posted items can be found on the archive page for Daybreak North click here

No comments: