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This week's headlines

Mayor sees opportunities in 2015
With a new year comes both a new budget and new opportunities for the Town of Inuvik. The Inuvik Drum spoke with Mayor Floyd Roland about his priorities and focus for 2015.
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Commanding officer seeks changes to cadets program
The future of the Army Cadet program in Inuvik is in question and the former commanding officer has made public his reasons for resigning from the position after eight years of volunteering.
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Community talks development
There wasn't a strong showing of community members for a public meeting on economic development Jan. 13, but those who were in attendance were heard loud and clear.
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Author amazed with first book
A local author is celebrating the release of her first published children's book, the story of a young boy and his beloved toy rabbit.
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Yoga options expand
The variety of yoga classes offered at the Midnight Sun Complex has now broadened, with a new Vinyasa Flow Yoga class that is already seeing a great reception.
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New look at East Three
Every class at East Three Elementary gathered in the school foyer in matching black T-shirts on Dec. 17, adorned in the school's new logo.
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Searching for Charlie
Although her story is fictional, author Erin Soros is in Inuvik seeking out cultural uniqueness to contribute to her character, Charlie.

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