Friday, January 10, 2014

Community Notes from other Northwest Communities

Our Archive of items of Community Notes from across the Northwest, on Haida Gwaii and from Southeast Alaska.

For items on Municipal Government issues and development in these Northwest Communities see our Municipal Government page here.


Haida Gwaii

February 10-- Leaders of Haida Gwaii, the Central Coast and the West Coast of Vancouver Island Oppose Herring Fisheries on their Territory
February 7-- Battle looms over Enbridge project
February 7-- MP to meet with Federal Minister on Ferry Cuts
February 7-- Renowned storytellers coming
February 5-- Little relief for Haida Gwaii in Minister Stone's announcement
February 5-- Rumours of saved sailings in Sandspit
February 5-- Twenty Candidates in Skidegate election
February 5-- Basketball trip approved
January 31-- Art show opens
January 31-- Student numbers shrinking
January 31-- School board declines to approve basketball trip to the provincials, for now
January 29-- Big Tide Friday
January 29-- Meeting on drugs in Masset Wednesday evening
January 27-- Life-saving defibrillators arriving
January 27-- Former Islanders go to Golden Globes
January 24-- Coop Annual Meeting Sunday
January 24-- Northern Adventure Back Saturday
January 24-- All Native Just Two Weeks Away
January 22-- Five Islanders to Play on Provincial Teams
January 22-- Masset, Port Happy to Hear Highway will be Repaved
January 20-- QC School reunion planned for July
January 17-- Harbour Authority meeting coming up in Masset
January 10-- Flu season not unusual despite confirmed cases of H1N1
January 10-- Ferry Traffic rebounds
January 8-- Islanders' Baby Rupert's First
January 8-- Donation Drive a Huge Success
January 7-- RCMP investigate tourists having tires slashes (N View e edition pg A17)
January 7-- Property assessments drop on Haida Gwaii (N View e edition pg A17)
January 2-- Haida Gwaii couple Parents of First Baby of 2014 in Northwest


January 24-- Terrace athlete headed to Paralympic Games in Sochi
January 9-- Hospital foundations benefit from Terrace man's will
January 8-- Terrace Freeman celebrates 90th birthday
January 7-- High levels of particulate sensed in Terrace air shed


January 24-- Kitimat extreme weather shelter opens (Northern Connector pg A3)
January 9-- Kitimat makes push for Hockeyville 2014

Lax Kw'alaams

January 4-- Telus to upgrade Lax Kw'alaams Telecommunications Equipment



Nass Valley



January 14-- First Nations leaders vow to stand with families
January 14-- Families react to Crown's Babine decision
January 13-- Sawmill blast survivor upset over lack of charges (video)
January 13-- Worksafe BC responds to criticism over Burns Lake Mill Investigation
January 13-- Families disappointed in lack of charges against mill
January 13-- UNBC receives mountain pine beetle funding
January 13-- Families disappointed with Crown Decision on Babine Forest Products ...
January 13-- Dix says B. C. government bungled mill investigation
January 12-- Babine Mill Survivor Wants Justice
January 11-- Hampton Affiliates getting ready for Babine Start Up
January 10-- No Babine Mill Charges (video)
January 10-- No charges from Burns Lake Mill Explosion
January 10-- Burns Lake (video)
January 10-- Crown drops Babine case, condemns Worksafe BC
January 10-- No charges in Burns Lake Mill blast
January 10-- Nat Geo article good for Smithers
January 10-- Online auction to benefit Smithers family
January 8-- Hamhuis to represent Smithers at Sochi
January 7-- Smithers residents Proud to Cheer on Hometown Hamhuis at Sochi Olympics

Ketchikan, AK

February 13-- School Board OK's new technology, Ketchikan wins Edgenuity prize
February 13-- Clover Bay Lodge fined for intentionally feeding bears
February 12-- Superintendent gives State of the Schools Address

February 11-- Heavy snow to continue through early Wednesday
February 11-- School Board to consider technology purchases
February 7-- Superintendent search down to two candidates
February 7-- Channel 2 News returns to Southeast
February 6-- January rains blocked inlet stream at picnic pond near Petersburg
February 6-- Aftershocks still register, 13 months after quake
February 6-- Petersburg to host emergency medical symposium in April
February 6-- Sen. Begich announces mail-delivery improvements
February 6-- Magazine names Ketchikan 2014 Best Alaska Port
February 5-- Elizabeth Peratrovich Day celebrations set
February 4-- Assembly objects to DOT ideas for Herring Cove
February 4-- Geoduck fishery closed; PSP testing suspended
February 3-- Man faces multiple felony drug charges
February 3-- Wearaable Art illuminates creativity in Ketchikan
February 3-- O'Brien to serve as '16-17 Rotary District Governor

January 31-- UAS Ketchikan names 2013 fall honors students
January 31-- USDA Farm Service supports SE mariculture
January 31-- AP & T continues plans for Soule River dam project
January 30-- School Board hears about education funding lawsuit
January 30-- School board approves computer lab upgrades, and leave of absence
January 29-- Troopers find alleged pot grow operation
January 29-- First Nations tribe concerned about KSM mine
January 29-- Ketchikan parents sample school lunch menu
January 28-- School Board to review FY' 15 budget proposal
January 27-- Comment period opens on Navy Draft EIS
January 27-- Local basket weaver in state fiber exhibit
January 27-- Resource fair for the homeless coming
January 24-- Ferry Matanuska in Ketchikan for repairs
January 24-- 'Cash Mobs" give winter boost to local stores
January 23-- Four chosen for annual Sam Pitcher scholarship
January 23-- Four newcomers win KIC Tribal Council Seats
January 22-- Alleged fugitive arrested on Prince of Wales Island
January 22-- Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan stops in Ketchikan
January 22-- 1 out of 2 women has been abused; what can you do?
January 21-- KVB talks new ad, upcoming tourist season
January 21-- Cell phone GPS helps searchers find lost hiker
January 21-- Lawsuit funding approved by narrow margin
January 21-- KVB talks new ad, upcoming tourist season
January 17-- Panel will target Tongass plan, timber transition
January 16-- School Board reluctantly OKs Hardin's resignation
January 15-- Students get valuable job interview experience
January 15-- New Medical Center CAO Ken Tonjes hopes to increase dialogue with community
January 15-- Task force asks: What can individuals do?
January 15-- POW roads cleared, power restored for most
January 14-- Wild weather = problems for Ketchikan and POW
January 14-- Hardin to resign from Ketchikan School District
January 13-- NY Musician Matt King visits Ketchikan for Jazz Festival
January 13-- Could a historic district revitalize Sitka's brand?
January 10-- Ziegler and Stone sentenced to jail time
January 10-- It's Flu season
January 10-- Tom and Mary Schultz named Citizens of the Year
January 9-- Grant advances Kasaan longhouse repairs
January 9-- Community Foundation talks funds and future plans

Archives from 2012 and 2013 can be found here.

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