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The Tri-Port Midget Wild qualified for the VIAHA playoffs and ended up taking second place, behind the Peninsula Eagles.
The Tri-Port Midget Wild qualified for the VIAHA playoffs, and ended up placing second out of four teams.
Jaylon Grenier injured his knee Oct. 5, but he didn't let it stop him from making a return for the U-18 Riptide's final league game.
Estimates suggest the structure would have cost taxpayers $15,000
Boardwalk for the nature trail in Port Hardy to be installed in first week of April
Owner/operator Lisa Abernathy has been running the business for almost two years now
Grand opening will co-incide with Rotary Club’s second annual Spring Fling
Janice Hahn officially opened the Visions Learning Centre in Port McNeill in 2006.
The North Island Peewee Eagles battled all season towards their goal of making it to provincials, and ultimately came up just short.
The North Island Peewee Eagles finished off their 2016-2017 season with a tough loss to the Port Alberni Bulldogs.
resident whose home was hit by a Nov. 9, 2016 landslide said he thinks the town is now in "a wait-and-see mode"
The 38th annual Oscar Hickes hockey tournament was held in Port Alice.
The town will ask the federal government for the materials left over from recent work on the harbour
North Island Midget Eagles' players Emma Mitchell and Randi Ward have been playing sports together since preschool.
Tyson's thoughts column - Feb. 22 edition of the North Island Gazette
North Islander Megan Hanacek survived for 78 days in the Patagonia wilderness before finally tapping out in the season finale of Alone.
Bryce Casavant took aim back at the provincial government's report on the trophy bear hunt, and the Auditor General has responded.
Port McNeill council voted in favour of passing their revised harbour rates bylaw, making it law. Changes at the harbour will be immediate.
Unifor Local 514 voted in favour of amending specific parts of their collective agreement with Neucel Specialty Cellulose.
School District 85 Secretary-Treasurer, John Martin, believes Supreme Court's decision will have a positive effect on North Island schools.