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Martels celebrate 39th anniversary with cruise - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 11:43

The Friday Flyer

Martels celebrate 39th anniversary with cruise
The Friday Flyer
Leigh and Ron Martel celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary with a 10-day Princess Cruise through the Panama Canal Jan. 27 through Feb. 6. Pictured are Leigh and Ron entering the Mira Flores Locks of the canal, suited up to navigate through 11 zip ...

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Tennis Club hosts Valentine's Tournament - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 11:43

The Friday Flyer

Tennis Club hosts Valentine's Tournament
The Friday Flyer
The winners are: AJ Navares, Saleshine Surkham, Melissa Bol, Tom Bol, Devlin Fillmore, Carlos Hansen, Lucy Coffield, John Hodge and Marilyn Stovall. The club's next tournament will be a St. Patrick's Mixer on Saturday, Mar. 10 at 9 a.m. The entry fee ...

Marine Patrol office moved to new location | The Friday Flyer - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 11:43

The Friday Flyer

Marine Patrol office moved to new location | The Friday Flyer
The Friday Flyer
The Marine Patrol office at Happy Camp has been moved to the main launch area at Holiday Harbor. According to the POA, the move is permanent. “It's a better location, they have better visibility all the way down the main lake and it's more centrally ...

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Wegs enjoy coastal road trip to Cambria | The Friday Flyer - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 11:43

The Friday Flyer

Wegs enjoy coastal road trip to Cambria | The Friday Flyer
The Friday Flyer
Linda and Hans Weg recently returned from a road trip to Cambria, California, where they stayed three days at the Cambria Pines Lodge. “The place was awesome. They gave us a suite with a beautiful view,” said Hans. “Included in our stay was dinner for ...

“Evening Embrace” by Marc Perline - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 11:43

The Friday Flyer

“Evening Embrace” by Marc Perline
The Friday Flyer
In an effort to combat a rising level of thieves stealing valuable metals like copper, iron and steel, Senator Jeff Stone has introduced Senate Bill 1161. Metal theft has become an increasing problem for local businesses and farmers due to the high ...

Car Club participates in charity car show - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 11:43

The Friday Flyer

Car Club participates in charity car show
The Friday Flyer
The Canyon Lake Car Club participated in the Dr. George Charity Car Show on Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Indian Wells Tennis Club. Club members brought more than 25 cars to exhibit at this annual event which draws 1000 cars and thousands of visitors ...

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Family Matters Club to host Easter egg hunt - The Friday Flyer

16 February, 2018 - 10:15

The Friday Flyer

Family Matters Club to host Easter egg hunt
The Friday Flyer
Senator Stone introduces legislation to deter metal theft. In an effort to combat a rising level of thieves stealing valuable metals like copper, iron and steel, Senator Jeff Stone has introduced Senate Bill 1161. Metal theft has become an increasing ...

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Street light among stolen items seized in Isipingo scrapyard raid - South Coast Sun

16 February, 2018 - 09:15

South Coast Sun

Street light among stolen items seized in Isipingo scrapyard raid
South Coast Sun
If we can make copper wiring and illegal metals deemed worthless, because our scrap metal owners will not purchase these illegal metals, we will be able to prevent theft which will bring security to the infrastructure of our many communities. It starts ...

Yorkshire Coast Radio - News - Scrap Metal Theft in Hunmanby - Yorkshire Coast Radio

13 February, 2018 - 13:55

Yorkshire Coast Radio

Yorkshire Coast Radio - News - Scrap Metal Theft in Hunmanby
Yorkshire Coast Radio
CCTV images have been released following scrap metal theft at Hunmanby Industrial Estate.

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Anger at Canterbury Archaeology Trust break-in - Kent Online

12 February, 2018 - 00:01

Kent Online

Anger at Canterbury Archaeology Trust break-in
Kent Online
“All this metal theft had been happening without our knowledge – we were not told by the city council – and, more importantly, without the police being informed. “Our kitchen and toilet were stripped of pipes, causing hundreds of pounds worth of damage ...

Dem would be first Muslim woman in Congress, if elected - The Detroit News

6 February, 2018 - 14:42

The Detroit News

Dem would be first Muslim woman in Congress, if elected
The Detroit News
She also pushed to pass legislation cracking down on scrap metal theft and mortgage fraud. “I really dislike bullies that take advantage of our families and homeowners, and who corrupt our democratic process,” Tlaib said. “And yes, sometimes that means ...

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Door knobs and knockers reported stolen in Southfields - Wandsworth Guardian

3 February, 2018 - 13:59

Wandsworth Guardian

Door knobs and knockers reported stolen in Southfields
Wandsworth Guardian
Getting into your front door has been made extra difficult in Southfields after reports that door knobs have been stolen from houses in the area. Not only that, but knocking on the front door with a fancy knocker will also be difficult as those have ...

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Canterbury artefacts 'may have been stolen by metal thieves' - The Guardian

2 February, 2018 - 14:08

The Guardian

Canterbury artefacts 'may have been stolen by metal thieves'
The Guardian
... of an archaeological hoard including hundreds of Anglo-Saxon beads and iron age coins, having apparently stumbled on the artefacts while scavenging for copper pipes and wiring. Canterbury Archaeological Trust is appealing for the public's help in ...

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LAUNCH: Play your part in the fight against business crime. - South Yorkshire Police (press release)

2 February, 2018 - 12:42

South Yorkshire Police (press release)

LAUNCH: Play your part in the fight against business crime.
South Yorkshire Police (press release)
”Business crime can be any criminal offence that is committed against a person or property which is associated by the connection of that person or property to a business, this could be from shoplifting, to metal theft, burglary, robbery to fraud and ...

LAUNCH: Play your part in the fight against business crime. - South Yorkshire Police (press release)

2 February, 2018 - 12:42

South Yorkshire Police (press release)

LAUNCH: Play your part in the fight against business crime.
South Yorkshire Police (press release)
”Business crime can be any criminal offence that is committed against a person or property which is associated by the connection of that person or property to a business, this could be from shoplifting, to metal theft, burglary, robbery to fraud and ...

Closure of #Metrorail line puts taxis under pressure - Independent Online

2 February, 2018 - 09:06

Independent Online

Closure of #Metrorail line puts taxis under pressure
Independent Online
Cape Town - Congress of Democratic Taxi Associations (Codeta) said the suspension of Metrorail's busiest line has put them under immense pressure. As the Central line entered its third week since it was closed, Codeta's spokesperson, Andile Khanyi ...

Tucson Metro Chamber selects first female president - Tucson Local Media

31 January, 2018 - 11:07

Tucson Local Media

Tucson Metro Chamber selects first female president
Tucson Local Media
Smith has been the Metropolitan Pima Alliance CEO since 2010, where she has been a vocal element in helping the city address issues of metal theft, sign code and economic development. “I don't come from the chamber world,” she said. “I come from the ...

EDITORIAL: Steel thieves steal lives - Business Day

30 January, 2018 - 05:07

Business Day

EDITORIAL: Steel thieves steal lives
Business Day
People have died and hundreds have been injured in a spate of railway safety incidents that can be directly related to metal theft, and the damage to the economy is enormous. The theft of electrical equipment from Eskom, for instance, costs the utility ...

Reward offered over Metro cable theft - Sun FM

28 January, 2018 - 09:27

Sun FM

Reward offered over Metro cable theft
Sun FM
"I'd also stress the dangers of interfering with live cables and railway tracks. People are in effect handling live wires which could leave them seriously burned and injured." Chris Carson, Metro Services Director, said: “The railway industry takes ...

Metro chiefs issue £1000 reward reminder after cable thefts halt services again - Sunderland Echo

27 January, 2018 - 14:02

Sunderland Echo

Metro chiefs issue £1000 reward reminder after cable thefts halt services again
Sunderland Echo
Chris Carson, Metro Services Director, said at the time: “The railway industry takes metal theft very seriously because of the impact it has on passengers. "For this reason Nexus is taking the unprecedented step of offering a £1,000 reward for ...

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