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MESS burns up track, Thorne smashes record

The Mount Elizabeth Track and Field team went to Zones in Smithers on May 21 this year and did itself proud.

MESS golfers go one better

The Mount Elizabeth Secondary School golf team had reason to be proud of its performance at the BCSSGA “AA” Provincial Golf Championships in Radium Hotsprings.

Spruce Kings pleased to get Pacheco

The Prince George Spruce Kings are pleased to announce that Skylar Pacheco has committed to the team for the 2011-12 season.

Replacements hang on for canoe win

On May 22 the Haisla Nation Council held the Haisla Days/Canoe Race at Kitamaat Village.

How to catch them

Your guide to scooping up fish in Kitimat

We like to party

Kitimat is the place to be for a glorious, red and white Canada day

No fire breathing here in Kitimat

How to train your dragon? How about one of Kitimat's boat races?

Grin and bear it

A safety guide for Kitimat camping, especially in those areas where the "locals" aren't always friendly

Marlins squeak their home meet

The Kitimat Marlins swim club hosted the Husky Market Invitational swim meet at the Sam Lindsay Memorial pool May 7-8.

Withstanding the test

The second annual Northern Branch APEGBC Popsicle Stick Bridge Building competition was held on Saturday April 30 at Mount Elizabeth Secondary.

King Klonarakis earned it

Hard work is no foreign concept for 16-year-old, grade 10 student Michael Klonarakis

Two more sessions for dementia caregivers

When dementia is diagnosed, loss and grief follows.

1,000 cranes wing southward

Roy Wilcox Elementary recently took part in a meaningful opportunity to show their support for the Recovery of Japan.

This summer is going to be such a drag

Spring is in the air as the 2011 drag racing schedule has been released.

Dart Open numbers surge

Organisers of this year’s Kitimat Darts Open got a pleasant surprise as the number of players - including out-of-towners - went up dramatically from the last few years.

Helping hand for Giant Killer

The people of Kitimat, BC, threw a fund raiser dance for their local hero, Corner Grass Racing Team/Husaberg’s Ben “The Giant Killer” Rego a week ago Saturday.