Shannon Hurst

Solid turnout for Gitxsan Open

The Annual Gitxsan Open Best Ball Golf Tournament was held last Saturday and organizers said it was another success this year with a solid turnout, decent weather and a good prizes.

Players not fazed by the rain

Soccer players in the Hazeltons don't let a little rain stop their play.

Bronze for Yee in Ottawa competition

Hazelton's Regan Yee had yet another top performance last weekend at the 35th annual Royal Canadian Legion you and midget track and field championships at the Terry Fox Athletic Facility in Ottawa.

Looking for recruits in Women’s Hockey

With hockey season already winding up and registration underway, many people are wondering if there will be a women's hockey team this year in the Hazeltons'.

Light at the end of the tunnel

Shannon Hurst's My Town.

Phone scammers targetting your computer

Last week several area residents received a phone call from someone claiming they were from Windows and they were warning people of a computer virus.

Mill is set to re-open in the Hazeltons

It has been a longtime since there has been a mill up and running in the Hazeltons but the lumber industry is strengthening once again and economic stability is starting to return to the North.

Differences reconciled over special blessing at Kispiox music festival

After several years of friction between the Gitxsan and the Kispiox Music Festival, countless meetings and hours of dedication finally paid off as the two groups reconciled their differences and made amends in front of the gathered festival goers on Saturday.

Yee back on top with a gold finish

Hazelton athlete Regan Yee gets gold at the BC Athletics Championships Jamboree in Coquitlam.

Tons of excitement for Kispiox Music Festival

Shannon Hurst describes her feelings ahead of the Kispiox Valley Music Festival.

Some new twists for this year’s Kispiox Music Festival

This year’s Kispiox Music Festival has a few new twists, some new additions and once again a full and unique venue with a little something for everyone, according to organizers.

Don’t forget to laugh

Three Rivers Report correspondent and columnist discusses an under-appreciated way to stay healthy.

A very memorable bunch of graduates this year

The Hazelton Secondary School graduates receive their diplomas.

Fire set at Hazelton Secondary

RCMP respond to a fire at the Hazelton Secondary School.

Conservation Coalition offering youth course

The Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition is getting ready to put on their Youth on Water River Guide training program.

A farewell to a trio of great officers

Three years ago the Hazelton’s welcomed back Corporal Don Wrigglesworth and his family for his second tour of duty in the area and several other new officers.

Girls soccer take to Victoria

The Hazelton Secondary Girls Soccer Team travelled to Victoria May 31 to June 6 to participate in the Provincial Soccer Championships after winning their zones the week before.

Brown thrasher sighting

Last week a Brown Thrasher showed up at the Sturney’s house in New Hazelton which is quite rare as they are predominately an eastern resident. Its report has greatly appreciated throughout the province and a Rare Bird Alert was sent out.

Traditions

Having a blast at the rodeo

I know last week’s My Town was about the rodeo but after…