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Port Alice staff will be spending more time with their families this holiday season.
The North Island Peewee Eagles kept their undefeated record in tact against the Comox Valley Chiefs.
The Port Alice budget presentation turned into an intense back-and-forth discussion on taxes.
The Tri-Port Wild defeated the Victoria Ice Hawks on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Port McNeill council hosted a public consultation process regarding proposed new harbour rates.
The North Island Midget Eagles defeated the Alumni at the 6th annual Hamper Fund game.
Unifor Local 514 voted overwhelmingly in favour of entering into discussions with Neucel.
A village-owned resident will be getting demolished in Port Alice.
The North Island Bantam Eagles are undefeated so far in their tier 4 hockey season.
The North Island Peewee Eagles are undefeated to start their 2016-2017 season.
Pulp market prices prompt look at reopening Neucel Specialty Cellulose.
There was indeed a show of power at the CFI gym on Mine Road in Port McNeill.
The Fort Rupert Curling Club held a Mixed Bonspiel Nov. 11-13 to celebrate the club's 50th anniversary.
Port Alice council approved an application for a $10,000 water distribution planning grant.
Port Hardy Secondary School will receive $717,000 in provincial school enhancement program funding.
Two North Island high schools have switched educators.
The North Island Bantam Eagles won a two-game series at home Nov. 5-6.
The Broughton Curling Club in Port McNeill is looking for new members so they can open their doors for 2017 season.
The Port Hardy Secondary School's boys team finished 4th out of seven teams at the Island Championships.
A special committee of the whole meeting was held Monday, Oct. 17 regarding Port McNeill's harbour rates.