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Port McNeill's old school house might be getting a new lease on life.
The Tri-Port Wild went undefeated at the Celebration of Women's Hockey Tournament held in Port Hardy.
The Pee Wee Eagles defeated the Saanich Braves in preseason tiering
Port Hardy's incoming councillor Leightan Wishart has lived on the North Island since 1990.
Midget Eagles returned to home ice and blanked the Comox Valley Chiefs
Former Port Hardy Councillor Stephen Ralph gave a speech to Sunset Elementary School grade six class.
Port McNeill Council agreed to make a donation to rotary auction.
Robert Johnsen has put on the Halloween fireworks show at Storey's Beach in Port Hardy for 25 years now, and this year is his last.
Bryce Casavant is currently seeking the NDP nomination for the new riding of Comox/Courtenay on Vancouver Island.
The District of Port Hardy held an open house on Oct. 6 which helped shed new light on their proposed multiplex.
The Kwa Kwa Ku-Wak' Achievement awards were put together and hosted by Stan Wamiss and his wife Nancy.
Bantam Eagles played on home ice for first time since winning tier 3 playoff banner.
The Port McNeill Airport has been awarded the William Templeton trophy.
Port McNeill Const. Brent Shemilt lead the Tour de Rock riders from Port Alice to Port McNeill.
Concerned parents from Port McNeill spoke at School District 85's board meeting Sept. 12.
The Seven Hill's Golf Club held their Men's Open tournament Sept. 10-11.
Port Alice Council will give Neucel 25 per cent tax break, provided they operate in 2017.
Decision contingent on pulp mill being up and running in 2017
Port Hardy Fire Department is close to getting a new fire truck.
Port McNeill Mayor Shirley Ackland was invited to visit a grade 6 class at Sunset Elementary to explain her role as Mayor.