Editorials

Letter to the Editor: IIO admits they made mistakes in Hayward investigation

Dear Editor, My name is Nora Hayward, my nephew James Hayward was…

A Brush with Henschel: Stubbs Island and beyond

Throughout the centuries I wonder how many pods of whales that the…

A Brush with Henschel: Pinder Peak from Diane Lake

One of the things that amazes me about the topography of Northern…

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Hanna’s North Island Adventures: Hiking the Tex Lyon

“By the time we returned my arms and legs turned to Jell-O.”

Thank you, deer

This deer made me stop and slow down.

Letter to the Editor: Springer Celebration, did we learn anything?

Dear Editor, It is good news that the reuniting of a young…

Gazette history minute

Looking back and moving forward

Tyson’s Thoughts: I don’t need my ego fed

I want so badly right now to write an editorial about Christy…

Floodtime – Keogh Estuary

The day dawned clear and bright, the salmon berry bushes aiming their…

Pond Broker

Are you a modern gardener? One who plants and nurtures your own…

Mike Kelly’s Fishin’ Corner

Bottom fishing certainly has been tough for the last few days due…

Tyson’s Thoughts: Hangin’ with J.R.

I attended an editor’s conference in Parksville recently, and I happened to…

Flirting with the merry widow

At one time everyone knew The Merry Widow, a precocious lady to…

Letter to the Editor: Port McNeill Museum hard to find

Dear Editor, We want to express our thanks to the town of…

Shady Business

Now that we are in the heat of our growing season, many…

A Brush with Henschel: Country Garden

A few years ago, on my usual July hunt for fireweed scenes,…

Tyson’s Thoughts: skate camp was the best day ever

I attended skate camp at the Kyle Scow Memorial Skatepark (KSM) in…

Bad news is still newsworthy

Bad news is still news and we still have to cover it.…

Nobody attends council meetings

North Island residents rarely attend council meetings, which makes no sense to…

Finding a strong sense of community on the North Island

I’m the kind of person that enjoys listening, rather than speaking. Which…