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Citizens left in the dark about controlled Ridley fire

Port Edward residents ask for more notification and better consultation

Port Edward still $1.2 million in debt for its school

District of Port Edward council briefs for June 27 meeting

Tribe or band, a judge will decide who represents Lelu

First Nations and federal government in court battle over Pacific Northwest LNG project

Smoky sights from Ridley Island

Port of Prince Rupert says the week-long burning was to prepare for new logistics facility

School district server breach

More than 800 people notified about privacy concerns after a possible cyberattack

Bystander performs lifesaving CPR

A Prince Rupert resident witnessed a man in distress and gave him CPR until emergency crews arrived

Aurora LNG project back online after Nexen responds to more than 1,000 comments

The LNG project proposed for Digby Island has re-started the B.C. environmental review process

DFO restores cuts to salmon school program

Federal budget cuts to salmon education reversed after public outcry

Aurora LNG review still on hold

Nexen projected it would resume its environmental review on May 15

Police ask public to help find missing person

Family concerned after 27-year-old disappeared three weeks ago

UPDATE: Body found in Mount Hays area

Prince Rupert RCMP and BC Coroner Services are investigating the death

VIDEO and Story: Rupert Runner remembered

Darlene Savorelli, polio survivor and marathon runner was honoured at the Skeena River Relay

Terrace team takes Relay three years in a row

'Out For A Rip' snatches the title once again at the Skeena River Relay

Shatter, a powerful form of marijuana, was found in Rupert drug lab

Prince Rupert RCMP discovered the potent drug in the 6th Avenue East residence last Friday

Distracted drivers caught in the act

Prince Rupert RCMP speeding and distracted driving blitz

Fibre fast future for the city

CityWest invests $10 million to bring fibre-to-the-home technology to Prince Rupert

Businesses brew on Cow Bay

Wheelhouse Brewing receives new equipment to grow its business fourfold

Council takes steps to be more transparent

Numerous closed meetings to the public have one councillor question if the city can be more open

No beach access for Seafest activities, CN refuses to negotiate with city

For the first time in 39 years the Quick and Daring will have no beach to launch from

Tom Rooney to host regional theatre festival

The Skeena Zone Theatre Festival runs from May 25-27 with plays from Rupert, Terrace and Kitimat.