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Supporters of Idle No More gathered in Kitimat on December 30.
Mount Elizabeth Secondary students support the Movember campaign.
Kitimat Ice Demons take down the Prince Rupert Rampage 4-2.
The BC Centre for Disease Control is warning people about possible contamination of seafood which was sold from a distributor in Port Hardy.
The group which runs Shames Mountain is asking for a continuation of Kitimat's $15,000 operational grant for the ski hill next year.
Game report from last weekend's Ice Demons game against the Terrace River Kings.
A grandmother thanks those in Kitimat who saved her grandson from a horrible car accident on Dec. 5.
Refund process to begin December 11 for people overcharged for loans.
Kitimat residents rally behind a person who was hurt in a recent car accident.
Council's approach to airport transportation service has left at least one reader rubbed the wrong way.
A reader writes in with some concerns about the Government of Canada regarding the oil pipeline hearings in Prince George.
The Christmas Bird Count approaches for the Kitimat area.
Demons pick up four points on the road against Quesnel and Lac La Hache.
The Kitimat Ice Demons were on the road last weekend, beating the Omenica Ice and Houston Luckies.
A reader reflects on the sacrifices by Canadian soldiers.
A news release regarding the Coast GasLink project's environmental review.
The Kitimat Ice Demons spoiled the Prince Rupert Rampage's belated home opener with a great two goal bounce back from trailing 3-1.
A reader and KUTE director addresses local recycling concerns.
A submitted editorial opinion from Northern Health about food quality at Kitimat General Hospital.
The Kitimat Marlins swim club had 15 swimmers attend the first regional swim meet of the season in Prince Rupert recently.