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Little did I know an invite to sail with Islay Mist Sailing Charters would include the best prime rib I’d ever tasted
Port Hardy—Less than a dozen people showed to hear a DFO representative try to sell the idea of transferable halibut quotas.
Annual field trips that generations of students have looked forward to will not happen this year.
If you’re a golfer looking to hit the ball longer and straighter ... geez, scrap that.
Talks are about to begin that could see the Prince Rupert ferry stop in Port Hardy before continuing south on another proposed route.
More than 50 firefighters recently converged on the North Island for a weekend of skills training and networking.
The mayor of Port McNeill is making no apologies for his letter of support of the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project.
A single bullet from a .30-06 rifle ended the life of a cougar believed to be responsible for the death of at least one North Island pet.
It is still a work in process, but Mt. Waddington Health Network’s Addictions and Recovery plan has come together nicely
Tim Schumacher said he wants people to know the hunt for those who illegally dump items into wooded or out of the way areas is still on
The Port McNeill church named for the patron saint of loggers in Port McNeill is about to undergo some major changes.
PORT HARDY—Pastor Kevin Martineau is looking for a few good men and women to help build a church.
Several killer whales with calves were spotted in Hardy Bay last week, and appeared to be feeding.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you know Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish Inc. won the Big Decision.
STOREY’S BEACH—D’Arcy Deacon is still shaking his head after watching a cougar run off with his beloved Boston terrier.
While there are no confirmed cases of whooping cough locally,
With apologies to the Bard, Stink Creek Park will remain as is, despite a move to rename the downtown Port Hardy landmark.
The impossible could happen in the next couple of days during the Vancouver Island 5-pin bowling championships.
PORT HARDY—On the last day of her life, Carol Humchitt was planning a move to spend the rest of her days with her new granddaughter.
Jim Davis knows some may think he’s crazy, but he knows what he witnessed.