Soil treatment plan approved
After heated debate spanning two meetings last week, Inuvik's town council approved a temporary soil treatment facility set up and run by KBL Services in the town's dump, while deferring the request for approval of a permanent facility until council can investigate it further.
Culture course goes outdoors
They didn't end up hunting a moose, but 10 Grade 6 students who went on an on-the-land trip last week still had a great time.
Food bank in crisis
With one-time sponsorships and recurring fundraiser activities drying up, the Inuvik Food Bank is in "dire circumstances" and its distribution could be cut down.
Mayor brings wish list
Improving the first bridge from the Yukon on the Dempster Highway and bringing the gravel pit near the airport under town control were Inuvik Mayor Jim McDonald's two main lobbying points when he attended the Opportunities North conference in Yellowknife earlier this month.
Teamwork emphasized early
Boys volleyball coach Jeff Amos had his U-15 volleyball team out at the Terry Fox Run on Sept. 18 as part of a team-building exercise early in the new season.
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