Clare Rayment

How to vote via mail-in ballot for the Oct. 24 election

Vote-by-mail is one of the ways being promoted to people for added safety during the pandemic

Radley and Hirsch Creek Parks still open for camping until Oct. 5

The parks will still be accessible by foot after this date

Local Skeena candidates for the Oct. 24 snap election

Current BC Liberal MLA Ellis Ross will be running again, as will Nicole Halbauer for BC NDP

Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre reopening October 5

The pool facility will have COVID-19 restrictions and protocols in place for patrons

In Our Valley: Adam Ferreira

Adam Ferreira is moving up in the hockey world, and he’s excited to see where it leads

Car in ditch after collision at Hwy 37 and Hirsch Creek Park

Two vehicles were involved, but only minor injuries were sustained by passengers

Kitimat Terry Fox Run goes virtual for 40th anniversary

Participants are encouraged to track their walk or run, or just get out within their social bubble

Air quality index raised to a ‘4’ in Kitimat

Wildfire smoke from the U.S. has been making its way north, affecting air quality

Nicole Halbauer seeks B.C. NDP nomination for Skeena riding

Halbauer is the current Chair of the Board of Directors at Coast Mountain College

Kitamaat’s Eden Robinson book-to-film premiere at Terrace theatre

Monkey Beach is set in Kitamaat Village, and was filmed in Kitimat and Kitamaat Village in 2018

Keeping the Kitimat River clean

It was another successful year for the Kitimat River Clean Up

Kitimatians feeling a little SLUG-gish this summer

Cooler temperatures and rainy weather have been causing Kitimat to have a slug problem

New online directory helps connect patients to virtual care

The tool links patients to family doctors near them, to find a doctor or to book an appointment

Pool reopening delayed at Sam Lindsay Aquatic Centre in Kitimat due to structural maintenance

Reports need to go through Northern Health before Leisure Services can begin planning the reopening

New protection for transit drivers coming to Kitimat

The full driver doors will replace vinyl panels installed as barriers in response to the pandemic

Police look for vehicle, male driver after incident involving girl, 11

The driver was described as an older Caucasian male with white hair, no glasses, and no facial hair

Kitimat Public Library to close for recarpeting

The library will be closed starting Thursday (Sept. 17), and will reopen on Monday, Sept. 21

New 24-hour childcare facility coming to Kitimat

The new facility is expected to open in 2022, and will provide 60 new licenced childcare spaces

Back to school styles

Whether in-person or learning from home, it’s always nice to take first day back to school pictures

District of Kitimat releases Haisla Bridge Replacement Project overview

Construction is set to begin in Spring 2021, with an anticipated opening date in early 2023