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Bishop Mark Hagemoen leads a service on Sunday, Sept. 17, to celebrate the opening of the new Sacred Heart Church in Fort Simpson. - photo courtesy of Father Joe Daley
New church, renewed hope

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NWT news/north headlines for Monday, September 18, 2017


High income, high savings
The Northwest Territories leads the nation in middle-class income, according to indicators in the latest release of results from the 2015 national census.
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Lodge owed $100K: Board
The owners of a fishing lodge on Nonacho Lake - the Carter family of Hay River - have once again not gotten the result they were hoping for from the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board.
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Killer McNeely gets federal time
A Fort Good Hope man, convicted of first degree murder in the 2014 death of Charlotte Lafferty, has been ordered to serve his sentence in a federal institution.
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Investigator recovered from Tuk's Toker Point
Vancouver company, Fathom Marine has successfully freed a fuel barge that was grounded near Tuktoyaktuk a year ago.
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Indoor rink can't come soon enough
Hay River Minor Hockey will again turn to floor ball and hopefully some outdoor rinks as it awaits the opening of a new arena in the under-construction recreation centre.
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New principal gets educated
Chief Albert Wright school has a new principal, but he's definitely no stranger to the North.
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Keep calm and steady on
It's six months and counting until the start of the 2018 Arctic Winter Games in the South Slave region of the NWT. And there's still plenty of work to do to make sure everything is ready when the curtain rises in March
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Birders spot rare find
A great blue heron recently made an extremely rare appearance in the West Channel area.
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Second time for Tlicho's new grand chief
George Mackenzie, the newly elected Grand Chief of Behchoko, was sworn in Sept. 15. It is Mackenzie's second time being elected grand chief - he was first elected in 2005 when Tlicho self-government
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New Chase the Ace beginning on Friday
Chase the Ace will be returning this Friday. The beneficiary of this fundraiser? The Arctic Winter Games Host Society.
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