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Women’s hockey play against Terrace and Prince Rupert

Women’s hockey play against Terrace and Prince Rupert

Teams leave empty-handed despite plucky performance

Women’s hockey play against Terrace and Prince Rupert
Federal wireless alert system tested

Federal wireless alert system tested

Anyone who didn’t receive an alert should check their mobiles for compatibility

Federal wireless alert system tested
A story written with a different ink

A story written with a different ink

“Each one has a story and each one is important to the individual who shows it.”

A story written with a different ink
Controlled burn leads to smokey skies above Kitimat

Controlled burn leads to smokey skies above Kitimat

Fire chief stepped in and stopped burning

Controlled burn leads to smokey skies above Kitimat
Firefighters add fuel to Hospital Foundation’s fundraising drive

Firefighters add fuel to Hospital Foundation’s fundraising drive

Firefighters Association raised $4,000

  • Nov 25, 2018
Firefighters add fuel to Hospital Foundation’s fundraising drive
Kitimat curler and her team head for provincials

Kitimat curler and her team head for provincials

They’ll be defending their BC Junior Women’s Champions title

Kitimat curler and her team head for provincials
Nobody should go hungry over Christmas

Nobody should go hungry over Christmas

The Food Bank needs your support

  • Nov 25, 2018
Nobody should go hungry over Christmas
Ombudsperson kept busy during Northwest tour

Ombudsperson kept busy during Northwest tour

Most complaints directed at ministries handling the vulnerable

Ombudsperson kept busy during Northwest tour
Special O curlers on the ice again

Special O curlers on the ice again

They’re preparing for the Winter Games in 2019

Special O curlers on the ice again
(File Photo)

Student enrolment stabilizes in Coast Mountain School District

But graduating students still outnumber those starting school

(File Photo)
Luke and Jace Plante, their grandparents Karen and Ron Plante, and First Canada northern region manager Philip Malnis, during the 2017 Stuff the Bus Campaign. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Support the Stuff the Bus campaign

Kitimat wil see an increase of people in need

Luke and Jace Plante, their grandparents Karen and Ron Plante, and First Canada northern region manager Philip Malnis, during the 2017 Stuff the Bus Campaign. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
We need to lift the yoke of criminality from the addicted

We need to lift the yoke of criminality from the addicted

Current strategies for dealing with drug addiction are tragically flawed

  • Nov 25, 2018
We need to lift the yoke of criminality from the addicted
Cor Rhode - a slice of Kitimat’s culinary history

Cor Rhode – a slice of Kitimat’s culinary history

I am still going to do a lot of cooking now that I’ve sold the restaurant.

Cor Rhode - a slice of Kitimat’s culinary history
Hartley Bay man rescues Golden Girls

Hartley Bay man rescues Golden Girls

Now I know how the people of Gilligan’s Island must have felt.

  • Nov 17, 2018
Hartley Bay man rescues Golden Girls
Oversoaked crab traps shows need for shared authority: Kitasoo Guardians

Oversoaked crab traps shows need for shared authority: Kitasoo Guardians

Any longer and the crab are likely to die and go to waste.

Oversoaked crab traps shows need for shared authority: Kitasoo Guardians
Study being conducted on proposed railyard

Study being conducted on proposed railyard

Facility could offload up to 60 rail cars of propane daily

Study being conducted on proposed railyard
We need to cherish this small, blue marble in a vast ocean of strangeness

We need to cherish this small, blue marble in a vast ocean of strangeness

Our universe is constantly expanding, so it’s even bigger than when I wrote this column.

  • Nov 17, 2018
We need to cherish this small, blue marble in a vast ocean of strangeness
Winterhawks Novice win Smithers tournament

Winterhawks Novice win Smithers tournament

Winterhawks gearing up to face off against teams in January 2019

Winterhawks Novice win Smithers tournament
$2 million landfill capping complete

$2 million landfill capping complete

The purpose is to minimize potential leaching of contaminants from the site.

$2 million landfill capping complete
Rotary Kitimat’s Linda Campbell, Robin Lapointe and Eleanor Kendell attended the signing of the proclamation by Kitimat mayor Phil Germuth. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Kitimat commits itself to the global fight against polio

Mayor Phil Germuth signs a proclamation

Rotary Kitimat’s Linda Campbell, Robin Lapointe and Eleanor Kendell attended the signing of the proclamation by Kitimat mayor Phil Germuth. (Photo Gerry Leibel)