Jessica Jones

Results from Kitimat’s Mr. and Mrs.

The results from Kitimat's 24th annual Mr.s and Mrs. Golf Tournament.

Electric car owner

Electric vehicle charging stations now operational in Kitimat

The District of Kitimat has officially opened two charging stations in the community for electric vehicles.

Electric car owner

Farrow Street residents in Kitimat may get one more shot at mail delivery soon

With mail still suspended on the street, Canada Post has outlined to the District what will bring them back, with conditions.

First place winner at Music Festival

Kitimat dancers set to perform Breaking News

Dance Kitimat's year-end show will be Breaking News, on May 26 at 2 p.m. at Mount Elizabeth Theatre.

First place winner at Music Festival

READERS WRITE: NDP are no friend to Kitimat

A reader writes to express his concern regarding the possibility of an NDP government.

READERS WRITE: An unethical tax credit

A reader responds to a tax credit offering from the BC Liberals to teachers for extra-curricular activities.

Celebrating Kitimat’s 60th

Events take place on March 31, but more things are planned for throughout the year.

MK Bay still hit with fines despite appeal to WorkSafeBC

A reviewing officer still found the marina on the hook for WorkSafe violations.

Terrace's Steve Cullis snatches the puck from the Quesnel Kangaroos in the first match of the Coy Cup

Day one of Coy Cup goes in Kitimat’s, Terrace’s favour

Terrace River Kings beat the Quesnel Kangaroos 8-1, while the Kitimat Ice Demons earn a win against the Williams Lake Stampeders, 6-2.

Terrace's Steve Cullis snatches the puck from the Quesnel Kangaroos in the first match of the Coy Cup

It’s Our Heritage: The town that could have been

Columnist Walter Thorne looks into the "un-built" town of Kitimat.

District of Kitimat turns to public for input on escort service issue

The District of Kitimat is committing to providing the public more information about escort services.

Kitimat Chamber of Commerce awarded special funding

The Kitimat Chamber of Commerce has been awarded money from a $1.4 million Employer Innovation Fund.

Loblaw voluntarily recalls certain salsa products

Certain salsa products are voluntarily recalled by the grocery company.

A scene from last weekends match between the Kitimat Ice Demons and the Smithers Steelheads.

Demons drop game one against Steelheads in Kitimat

The Kitimat Ice Demons strayed from their game plan and it cost them the game as the Smithers Steelheads power play clicked into gear.

A scene from last weekends match between the Kitimat Ice Demons and the Smithers Steelheads.

Kitimat Ice Demons chalk up six goals in first period

The game eliminated Terrace in two games from the first round of the CIHL 2013 playoffs.

BC LNG steps forward with contract awards

BC LNG Export Co-Operative, LLC announced that it has finalized contract awards for both Feed Gas Supply and LNG Purchase and Off-take.

College pleased to have Kitimat council join campus

John Ross with NWCC is pleased to see Kitimat Council has chosen the Kitimat campus to hold council meetings.

Kitimat sea cadets are inspected on parade at their hall.

Sea Cadets back in action in Kitimat

The Sea Cadets have returned for another go after the Navy League was disbanded locally a few years back.

Kitimat sea cadets are inspected on parade at their hall.
Mike Wall defends the Smithers Steelheads net against the Ice Demons on January 13 in Kitimat.

Kitimat Ice Demons take two wins over weekend

The Kitimat Ice Demons came out ahead in two games on the weekend, against the Houston Luckies and the Smithers Steelheads.

Mike Wall defends the Smithers Steelheads net against the Ice Demons on January 13 in Kitimat.

Training plan for Northwest released

A group operating under the banner of the Northwest Regional Workforce Table has completed their Regional Skills Training Plan.