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Community Futures holds barbecue fundraiser for Gazette hamper fund

Community Futures Mount Waddington Manager David Mitchell serves a customer some onions…

Telus working on new plan for fibre optic installation

“The investment is important to us, we are committed to finishing the project.”

Great Gardens: Celebrating Back to School

This is the perfect time of year to plant my favourite ‘back to school’ plants.

District to purchase new half ton truck

The District of Port Hardy will be purchasing a new half ton…

A Brush with Henschel: The Seventh Wave

I’ve tried to capture the excitement in this painting I’ve named, “The Seventh Wave”.

Eagles soar during tryouts at Cruickshank

The North Island Eagles held rep tryouts all week at the Don…

Seven Hills Men’s Open to honour Clay Jones

“The tournament is in memory of him as a way to show respect for everything he did.”

Port Hardy residents upset over no Telus Fibre Optic installation

The district is in negotiations with Telus to have the service provided to the subdivision.

Smoking bylaw passes second reading

The bylaw does not apply to ceremonial use in relation to aboriginal cultural activity.

Henthorne wins award for “Queen of the North Disaster” book

Henthorne was awarded the Canadian Nautical Research Society’s Keith Matthews Award.

Letter to the Editor: The Liberal government of 1923 manufactured a social problem in a suspect manner.

“There is a new drug in the schedule” was altered to add, “cannabis indica”.

Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw recognize emergency services

A banquet was held at the Walkas Hall in Tsulquate in honour of emergency services personnel.

Fall Fair on the horizon

The Mount Waddington Regional Fall Fair is an annual event that has…

Significant water leak on Mine Road in Port McNeill

“A few months ago the leak was much smaller and only contributed to a small puddle of water.”

Great Gardens: Plants as Gifts

Give plants that make a statement about the occasion or the person you are celebrating.

A Brush with Henschel: Johnstone Strait Traffic

Gordon Henschel brings Gazette readers “The whales and the mountains.”

Cribbage tournament brings joy to saddened community

“A lot of the participants in this tournament were misplaced from the fire tragedy.”

Tyson’s Thoughts: Legalize it already

The revenue from legal marijuana sales will be used to address public health and addictions issues.

Stihl Timbersports Canadian Championships

Briscoe finished in second place in the Ladies Pro Division.