Sunday, December 29, 2013
Blog Watching, Week Ending December 29, 2013
Included in the countdown, we will provide links to the articles in question, offering up with one click of the mouse, those items of the week that you may have missed.
This week, with fewer posts to review compared to regular weeks and perhaps a bit of extra time for browsing past items offered the chance for an archival review for some. With readers looking to March and April, as well as to more recent items of the week just passed for their snapshot of our offerings. From minor hockey to CityWest, the five items of note of the last seven days are below.
The top item of the week:
Terrace Minor Midget Hockey Players make their case by video, A trek back to March and the Midget Zones between Terrace and Kitimat proved to spark some interest over the holiday week (posted March 13)
That item was followed by:
The Green Party picks up on Councillor Thorkelson's theme, Concerns over the fishery found the Green Party of Canada speaking along the same lines as the Prince Rupert councillor on the need for provincial management of the fishery ( posted April 2 )
Wind and Rain Warning issued for North Coast/Haida Gwaii, with the weather proving to be a little unpredictable, the Environment Canada forecast for Christmas found more than a bit of attention (posted December 24)
CityWest downsizes... the size of its telephone directories, the new and significantly smaller CityWest phone books caught some eyes over the last week (posted December 3)
Merry Christmas to all and to all a soon to be good night, the latest updates on Santa's schedule once again proved to be a popular item for Christmas Eve (posted December 24)
You can find our Blog watching featured posted every Sunday morning by 9AM, a handy way to catch up to the week that was, at a leisurely weekend pace.
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