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Board chair Leightan Wishart and North Island College administrator Tony Bellavia ink an historic dual-credit MoU.
Eagles atoms explode in third period to race out 11-6 winners over visiting Comox Chiefs.
Kwakiutl protesting the Crown's failure to consult on construction of the Coast Guard's new office on a traditional village site.
The historic Alco Steam Locomotive 113 was eased into its new heritage park home last week.
The North Island Eagles peewees romp to 8-2 over Nanaimo B to wrap up the five-game placement-round schedule.
Mayor Gerry Furney speaks out against Port McNeill reserve fund proposal.
Consultant Bert Zethof hosted two workshop sessions last week to reveal the results of a recent economic development survey.
A late power-play goal by Cowichan Valley with 48 seconds remaining halts bantams' unbeaten placement-round schedule.
Town of Port McNeill: Mayor Gerry Furney opts to sit out this year's election, enter long-deferred retirement.
Vandal witnessed trashing flower boxes at Port Hardy's Get Growing.
A unique new heating system, utilizing “waste” heat recaptured from Chilton Regional Arena, should get its first test in the coming week
Town council gave first and second readings to a zoning amendment bylaw that could allow for a hotel or college in the downtown core.
Prince Edward and Princess Sophie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, visit Alert Bay.
The North Island Eagles program opens its 2014-15 season this weekend.
PORT HARDY-Couple traveling on foot through North America serve as judges at Fall Fair after catching a lift on highway.
PORT HARDY-Local squad avenges earlier defeat to top Woss Brewers in men's fastpitch final; Quatsino ladies win slo-pitch division.
SEVEN HILLS-One stroke separates top pro, amateur in annual men's championship tourney.
PORT HARDY-MLA, school board trustee join VINTA president to share strike information with audience of nearly 50 residents.
The youngsters at Stepping Stones Day Care were treated to an unscheduled fire drill Friday afternoon.
Port Hardy’s Load ‘em Up make it three in a row at Port Alice tourney.