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Changes in IRS policy means certain Canadians won't be dinged as badly for tax issues in the States.
Shannon Hurst talks about precious memories in this week's My Town column.
As of Monday morning Gitxsan members continue to camp out in front of the Gitxsan Treaty Society office.
Shannon Hurst reflects on the unifying power of sports.
The Hazelton Wolverines hosted the Kitimat Ice Demons on Saturday and the Prince Rupert Rampage on Sunday.
Shannon Hurst's My Town column on her experience at the CPF conference.
Hazelton's Regan Yee captures bronze after out-running more than 300 girls.
Zero Waste Program Manager for the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine Laurie Gallant is working hard to get the word out.
The Hazelton Secondary school seniorgirls volleyball team started their season off with a 2-1 record at the Kitimat play day last Saturday.
Hazelton Wolverines 12 players couldn’t hold up against the hosting Williams Lake Stampeders on Saturday and Lac La Hache on Sunday.
Fall is here, the ice is in and it’s hockey season once again!
The story of the missing mushroom pickers has not turned out well.
The Annual Terry Fox Run once again boasted a solid turnout on Sunday with a combined number of 68 participants walking, running or riding.
People are getting excited with the news of gold medal Olympic wrestler, Carol Huynh making a return to the Hazeltons next week.
The Misty River Community Arts Council is looking for artisans and creative people to display their work for sale.
he Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia (SPARC BC), which focuses on social justice issues and works with communities on issues such as accessibility, community development, income security and social planning is accepting applications to help support local sports.
For several Hazelton residents who are citizens of the United States, a potentially devastating financial situation is looming on the horizon.
It appears that camping is just like most things in life, if you are prepared for anything, everything goes much smoother. Unfortunately for many of us that means learning several lessons the hard way until we have perfected the level required to find that kind of satisfaction.
It’s hard to believe that the leaves are already turning and falling to the grass that has been almost impossible to cut this year due to the constant wet weather. But regardless of the lack of summer sunshine one thing is certain, summer is all but over.
There was action behind the South Hazelton firehall last week as the giant mound of dirt put in place to soak up wet ground in the spring was finally removed. However, the state of the water project overall seems to be a question of ongoing concern that for residents.