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Midgets go to war at Cruickshank with short bench

The North Island Midget Eagles played their heart out with a short…

Northern Sea Wolf transits the Panama Canal

“We look forward to welcoming the ship into the BC Ferries fleet…”

Bantams have tough road trip

The North Island Bantam Eagles had a tough road trip on the…

Kids in Motion requests annual contribution from the town of Port McNeill

Will the Town of Port McNeill agree to make an annual contribution…

Tri-Port Midget Wild dominate on the road

The Tri-Port Midget Wild bounced back from a rough 6-3 loss to…

Neucel recalls 25 workers for Dec. 10 start date for maintenance work

“Neucel is actively engaged in discussions with potential investors…”

Starfire Soccer Showcase

The Marine Harvest Riptide U18 girls soccer team travelled to Seattle to play in tournament.

Brent Borg Officially Appointed Fire Chief by Mayor and Council

“We have a young fella here that’s got a brand new job, and it’s a big one.”

Letter to the Editor: Kervin’s Corner misses the real issue

“This struggle is not just about First Nations, although their heritage is central.”

Alumni avenge 2016 hamper game loss

The Alumni defeated the North Island Midget Eagles 15-7 at this year’s Hamper Game in Port McNeill.

Hunko takes out Baker at FRCC Mixed Bonspiel

The A Final was a back-and-forth, two-hour-long chess match between master curlers

Tri-Port Midget Wild go to Wickfest

The Tri-Port Midget Wild fundraised all summer for the opportunity of a…

Peewees stun Powell River with comeback win at the Chilton Arena

The Eagles Kai Verbrugge took matters into his owns hands.

Concert Society brings back favourites

Vivace is a combination of four pop and classical singers

Kervin’s Corner: Indigenous First Nations Protests Against Fish Farms Might Not Be Unanimous

This is just to say that we can’t simply assume all First Nations are against it.

Salvation Army in need of volunteers for Christmas Kettle Campaign

“We want to help and we can’t do it without your support.”

$353,925 budgeted for new skatepark in Port Hardy, pending successful grant funding, says Chief Administrative Officer

The plans for the skatepark came up at a recent Parks and Recreation Committee meeting.

Memorial bench for James Reginald Hayward approved

James Reginald Hayward was shot and killed by a Port Hardy RCMP Officer in July of 2015.

Forensic Nurse Examiners in Port Hardy offer specialized support after sexual assault or relationship violence

Hospital staff who are part of the FNE program are nurses first and foremost.