Jessica Jones

Golf club gets advance of funds as part of land deal being worked on with District of Kitimat

The golf club has received $100,000, but it's money that's part of an eventual land deal with the municipality.

B.C. Conservative leader Dan Brooks is on a tour of the province.

B.C. Conservatives want to compete in 2017

Leader Dan Brooks is working to rebuild his fractured party with electoral reform and new industrial development

B.C. Conservative leader Dan Brooks is on a tour of the province.

Mental health support goes grassroots in Kitamaat Village

Crisis Response Committee to bridge gaps in health services for the Haisla in Kitamaat Village.

A number of scams hitting Kitimat residents

A number of scams and frauds are targeting people in Kitimat, RCMP say.

Recycling tactics in Kitimat will benefit landfill life span

Kitimat councillors were given an overview of possible recycling plans to make Kitimat a greener community.

KMP Unions donate to striking workers

A GROUP of unions has made a sizable donation in support of the District of Kitimat workers who have been on strike since February 28.

Union rejects binding arbitration

There is still no end in sight for the three-month District of Kitimat workers’ strike that has left Kitimat at a standstill

Bull-O-Rama is cancelled

The fourth-annual Bull-O-Rama, Kitimat’s bull-riding competition, has been cancelled due to the District of Kitimat workers’ strike.

Conservatives choose northwestern B.C. candidate

MaryAnn Freeman and Tyler Nesbitt are competing for the federal Conservative nomination for the Skeena-Bulkley Valley riding.

Despite rise in Kitimat house prices, real estate board still considers town affordable

The BCNREB says Kitimat is still affordable even as it's overall affordability saw a decline from 2013 to 2014.

Kitimat police seize cocaine and cash, and other files

A selection of recent RCMP policing files, for between April 6 and April 12.

POLICE REPORT: Loud talker at hospital brings out police on Valentines Day and other files

A selection of police files for between February 9 and February 15 in Kitimat.

POLICE REPORT: Suspicious persons call leads police to tight rope walkers

A selection of police files for between November 10 and November 16.

High waters washed away some more Radley Park

Radley Park lost some more land but the river's flow is likely moving away from the riverbank.

Phil Germuth

Phil Germuth unofficially declared Kitimat’s new mayor.

Phil Germuth unofficially Kitimat's new mayor.

Phil Germuth

Kitimat Housing Action plan released

Plan lays out a number of recommendations for Kitimat to combat housing pressures.

Trish Parsons

CANDIDATE BIO: Trish Parsons

Submitted candidate bio for Trish Parsons.

Trish Parsons

Open letter from Kitimat and area’s board of education

A letter to the editor from the chair of the Coast Mountains Board of Education on the teacher's strike.

Police tracking down the third of three quads stolen from the Minette Bay log sort

Three ATVs were stolen, two have since been recovered as police search for the third.

Kitimat council given outline on how to fight unsightly homes

The outline on how to handle unsightly homes was provided to council by Kitimat district staff.