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Delta school district looks to create inquiring minds

Critical thinking is focus for students and teachers

What do you think about Delta buying the KFC site?

Last time we asked you: . 46.03% said they support the move. . 19.05% said it depends on the sale price. . 14.29% said they are opposed to it. . 20.63% said they just miss going to KFC.

Delta police briefs

Here are a few of the calls that were keeping Delta police officers busy on Tuesday.

Delta police looking for witnesses in fatal pedestrian collision

Delta police are looking for several potential witnesses in a fatal pedestrian collision in Ladner this week. At about 8:30 a.m.

Implications from HST referendum likely significant, says Delta chamber chair

Chamber chair Ian Tait hopes provincial gov't will explore new consumption tax models

North Deltan announces council bid

North Delta resident Scott Broderick has declared his candidacy for Delta council in this fall's municipal election. "I am excited to announce today that I will be running for one of the city council seats in this year's municipal election," he said.

What do you think about the HST being rejected?

The majority of voters opposed the HST in last month's provincewide referendum. The mail-in vote saw 54.73 per cent reject the HST with 45.27 per cent voting to keep it in place. In Delta South, 53.54 per cent voted to keep it.

Pedestrians hit along Trunk Road

It was a tough morning for pedestrians yesterday as Delta police responded to two separate collisions at the same time along Ladner Trunk Road. Officers got a call about a young girl being hit at 55B Street and Ladner Trunk Road at 8: 32 a.m.

Chamber announced finalists for Delta's Citizen of the Year Award

Sixty years after launching Delta's Citizen of the Year Award in 1951 the Delta Chamber of Commerce is announcing those nominated and selected as finalists in the annual Hats Off to Excellence Awards for 2011.

Delta police briefs

Here's a few of the calls that were keeping Delta police officers busy over the weekend. Thursday, Sept.