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Headlines: Thursday, August 17, 2017

New building, energy for reinvigorated band
The Inuvik Native Band was dormant for a few years, but a new election and new building have the organization energized to work for its membership.
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Greenhouse wins $5K in online contest
It's been a summer of good news and bad news for the Inuvik Community Greenhouse, which has been bouncing between highs of community support to lows of repeated break-and-enters.
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Bias alleged in quashed tender
A local business is upset with the town over a change in plans for work on the Midnight Sun Complex.
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Youth explore body, mind & spirit
Gwich'in Tribal Council vice-president Jordan Peterson hid few skeletons in his closet when he spoke to a gathering of youth for the YOUth Matter conference this week in Inuvik.
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Group seeks to revive family events in town
"That's what we hear a lot – 'Man, there used to be this!'" said Jackie Challis, member of the newly formed Inuvik Community Events Society, which seeks to host and support family-friendly events in town.
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Hard work in Winnipeg
Halfway through the second week of the 2017 Canada Summer Games, Inuvik swimmer Kierra McDonald had already hit a personal best on every race she raced.

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