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Yell It Like It Is

The City of White Rock recently struck a number of task forces headed up by Councillors. The Johnston Road Beautification Task Force headed up by councillor AL CAMPBELL and the Centre Street Road End Task Force chaired by councillor HELEN FATHERS had to very different methods of community engagement. At the end of the day the outcomes were very similar. So what to do?

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Local News

July 22, 2014

Councillor On Hot Seat

White Rock councillor AL CAMPBELL head of the Johnston Road Task Force has felt the brunt of criticism from residents and commercial business owners over the planned re-design of uptown White Rock's streetscape. Two of the original proposals are now under further review. The metal fence down the median of Johnston road from Thrift to North Bluff is off the table. The other hot spot is the sidewalk out front of Penguin Meats which leads into Central Plaza is now a major stumbling block. What to do with the sidewalk and left turn will need further discussion according to CAMPBELL . The Task Force meets today to digest hat was learned at last week's public meeting in the community centre.

There will be another public session announced in the near future.


Surrey Heat

Surrey RCMP Superintendant Bill Fordy

Gunplay played a big part in what the Surrey RCMP were looking after over the weekend.

In Newton a woman walking along King George Highway in the vicinity of 80th ave and KGB engaged in a war of words with two males in a vehicle. As she walked back to the mobile home trailer park she was shot in the leg by one of the males. She was taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries.

Then last evening around 6:30 a call came in from a residence on 187th street near 60A Avenue advising the police a male had accidently shot his friend in the leg. By the time the police arrived the shooter had departed the scene. The injured males was transported to hospital and is in stable condition.

Police are asking anyone with information on these two incidents to contact them directly.


July 21, 2014

It Is Now Attempted Murder

Narinder Kaur Kalsi

The wife of BALDEV SINGH KALSI was taken off life support over the weekend. BALDEV is believed to have passed away from the injuries she received as a result of a domestic dispute with her husband BALDEV SINGH KALSI.

BALDEV KALSI was removed as the head of the Brookside Temple in Surrey as a result of the incident and his subsequent incarceration.


July 18, 2014

Nothing But A HOUND DOG

Do You Recognize Him?

Surrey RCMP need our assistance in locating a suspect in a brutal attack on a dog this past Monday. Around 7:30 a white male was cutting through a private yard when the owner's dog started barking and protecting his domain. The youth took out a knife and stabbed the dog a number of times around the face before the owner could get out into the yard to apprehend him.

Investigators have been unable to identify the suspect thus far and are now appealing to the general public for their assistance.

Anyone with any information about this incident is asked to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or if you wish to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.


July 16, 2014

Lyn Hellyar Passes

LYN HELLYAR the former director of the White Rock Business Improvement Association has passed away. HELLYAR recently left her position with the White Rock BIA for medical reasons. HELLYAR who had moved back to Vancouver from White Rock, was found deceased in her suite by her landlord on Monday.


Burning Ban Issued For Surrey

Surrey Fire Service By-law #10771 and in conjunction with the recent ban implemented for the Coastal Region of BC by the Coastal Fire Centre, the Fire Chief has cancelled all Burning Permits and is prohibiting all types of outdoor fires until further notice. Charcoal barbeques in City Parks and on City Beaches are also prohibited. Cooking appliances such as propane barbeques are permitted.

By following a few simple rules you can enjoy the hot weather and help prevent fires:

- Dispose of smoking materials properly and make sure they are completely extinguished. Do NOT dispose of cigarette butts out of your vehicle window or in planter boxes.

- Don't leave barbeques unattended and ensure they are turned off properly after you have finished using them. Keep barbeques at least 1 metre (3 ft) away from the side of buildings.

- Explain to children the dangers of playing with and lighting fires.

- Properly dispose of bottles and broken glass you find outdoors to avoid them magnifying the sun's rays and starting a fire.


July 15, 2014

High Profile RCMP Member Faces More Sex Assault Charges


A new round of disturbing charges have been levelled against one time RCMP spokesperson TIM SHIELDS. Though the RCMP kept SHIELDS in a high profile position as media liaison following the first set of allegations, it is expected SHIELDS will now be re-assigned to another position with the force until the outcome of the case is settled.

Read the statement of claim.

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Real Estate


Hugh & McKinnon's NEIL & SCOTT HIGGINS weekly overview of the local real estate market

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Night Owl

Saturday evening in Cloverdale they'll be kicking up their cowboy boots country style.

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Arrive at the TROOPER show next Friday (August 1) in a bright white sports car.

Tune into LG104.3 to win



Off The Record

Country music has taken over as "the new rock" appealing to 20 somethings and younger - "This ain't your Daddy's Country." Vancouver based ME AND MAE are doing a great job of creating a kickin' country sound with a nice mix of traditional instruments.

Next Friday (August 1) ME AND MAE open the TROOPER concert at White Rock's Star of the Sea Hall. It's going to be the party of the summer!

SHAWN MEEHAN cofounder of the group checks in from the road.

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Check out ME AND MAE'S video for the debut single from their CD (click here)


Naked Truth

When DON PITCAIRN alerted us he was thinking of doing a commentary on "the full moon" we got a little nervous. Thankfully it was the above picture we received.

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Coming Events

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A Vancouver Whitecaps FC (6W-4L-9D) side mixing in a group of fresh faces after playing their second match in four days held Real Salt Lake (7W-4L-8D) to a 1-1 draw Saturday on a hot and humid evening at Rio Tinto Stadium.

Jamaican striker Darren Mattocks scored in his second straight match to give Vancouver a 1-0 lead in the 73rd minute, but Joao Plata equalized late to secure the draw in a heated Western Conference encounter that saw seven players booked.

It was an impressive road performance from the Blue and White, who had a total of six new faces in their starting lineup after a midweek draw with Toronto FC.


After their 41-5 in over Montreal on the weekend the Lions hope to take that momentum into Friday's game at BC Place against Winnipeg.



Joke Of The Day

Someone had to remind me, So I'm reminding you, too.
Don't laugh.... It is all true!
Perks of reaching or being over 60 And heading towards 70 and beyond!

1. Kidnappers are not very Interested in you.
2. In a hostage situation, You are likely to be released first.
3. No one expects you to run -- Anywhere.
4. People call at 9 PM (or 9 AM) and ask, 'Did I wake you?'
5. People no longer view you as a Hypochondriac.
6. There is nothing left To learn the hard way.
7. Things you buy now will Never wear out.
8. You can eat Supper at 4 PM.


Video Of The Day

How to cool down a canned or bottled drink in just two minutes.


Thought For The Day



Tomorrow In THE SUN

Weekend Update



White Rock tide tables


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